Smart Communications and imimobile PLC announced they have signed a strategic partnership that will bring two-way message orchestration capabilities to Smart Communications customers.
As a result of this new partnership, Smart Communications customers will be able to more effectively coordinate communications across multiple channels, including SMS, WhatsApp, and push notifications. Additionally, they will be assured that these communications and related customer data are kept safe and secure via imimobile’s enterprise grade monitoring and security.
imimobile’s platform, imiconnect extends Smart Communications’ existing capabilities by providing the ability to orchestrate two-way consumer communications across multiple digital channels. Smart Communications’ enterprise clients will be able to engage with their customers in real time, to facilitate new customer onboarding, manage appointments, claims correspondence, and interactive self-service all over their preferred messaging channel. imiconnect automates and orchestrates customer interactions centrally while saving time and reducing costs for enterprises.
“Two-way messaging channels, such as SMS, WhatsApp, and push notifications are critical ways for businesses to interact with their customers, and will become even more so moving forward”, said James Brown, CEO of Smart Communications. “We are delighted to work with imimobile and are confident that by combining our two leading cloud-based technologies we will seamlessly empower the businesses we serve to engage in meaningful conversations with their customers across multiple channels.”
“Businesses today need to constantly stay connected with their customers over the channels they prefer in order to succeed, said Jay Patel, CEO of imimobile. “We’re excited to be partnering with Smart Communications to orchestrate interactive customer experiences across multiple channels and business processes. We believe that imiconnect will enhance Smart Communications’ existing capabilities and help them deliver superior customer interactions at scale.”