Infinite Convergence’s EMS Flex is a customizable, cloud-hosted, no CAPEX, A2P messaging platform that enables service providers and MNOs to offer turnkey mobile messaging to enterprises and resellers in the rapidly expanding A2P messaging market. Leveraging decades of mobile messaging expertise and an industry-leading enterprise messaging platform, the EMS Flex delivers proven messaging technology to growth-minded MNOs and enterprise service providers.
Better Messaging Technology for Better Business Performance
The need for improved enterprise messaging is driving global demand for advanced A2P messaging solutions. EMS Flex gives mobile network operators and enterprise service providers a proven and feature-rich platform that meets the needs of today’s most-desirable enterprise customers and resellers.
Reduced Time to Market
The EMS Flex allows you to immediately start with a working and proven A2P messaging platform designed for enterprise customers.
Powerful Routing Engine
Operator-grade routing capabilities allow service providers to use a combination of owned routes and Infinite Convergence routes for improved reach and reduced cost.
Service providers can offer a reliable and proven messaging service with a track record of performance in Tier-1 networks, enterprises and service providers worldwide.
The EMS Flex is a highly scalable platform that offers a combination of SMS, MMS, IP Push Notifications and chat, allowing customers to grow their messaging technology alongside their businesses.
Connect to customers and the network through industry-standard interfaces including HTTP(S), SMTP, SMPP, SOAP and MM7. APIs further simplify the integration of mobile messaging within enterprise applications.
Multi-level user accounts can easily be created to match the enterprise organization and need.
Analytics and Billing
Rich analytics provide service providers insight into their enterprise needs. Detailed billing records provide more robust billing to customers.
Overload Protection and Recovery
Operator configurable throttling avoids overload conditions