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MWC: Acision Announces B2C Messaging Platform

Andy Penfold

Mobile messaging company Acision has launched the Acision Enterprise Network (AEN) - a dedicated mobile messaging network designed for global corporations. The solution aims to connect businesses to consumers, and enables SMS campaigns, interactive payments, and mCommerce capabilities.

Acision says that the solution brings together operators, application service providers, and enterprises into a new, mutually beneficial mobile delivery model. 

The service can action a range of delivery models - such as integrated mobile couponing, alarms, appointment reminders, event scheduling, tracking, fraud prevention alerts, SMS rewards, interactive payments, commerce, promotions and ERP - through various channels. 

Jorgen Nilsson, chief executive of Acision says: "The ubiquity of SMS, spanning all networks and devices, makes messaging the obvious choice for brands looking to leverage mobile to enhance their consumer reach and their bottom-line. The AEN provides a protected mobile media channel which will stimulate the usage of messaging, by guaranteeing the quick delivery and roll-out of campaigns and communications to consumers, and creating competitive advantage for all parties involved. It is now easier for operators to actively seek new revenue streams from the increase in messaging, with a service managed by a trusted provider and interface to the global corporations."