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Traditionally, organisations have used 3rd party applications to send predominantly bulk SMS messages to internal and external stakeholders. However, implementation challenges and the lack of compliance often outweighs the convenience that can be delivered by SMS communication.Boommail enables an organisation to manage both bulk and...

The Future of Digital Messaging– Part 1/3Tech UK 2015 - Seamless CommunicationsLast year, the Daily Mail, published an article about the cost of missed appointments to the NHS. The results were astonishing:“61,000 patients a day miss their GP appointment: Lost time costs NHS £300million and...

Alan Dye, sales and marketing director at Boomerang, outlines how SMS can be used to transform processes, drive efficiencies and enhance the customer experience.

As a modern Mark Twain may once have said: rumours of the death of SMS are greatly exaggerated. With more than six billion global users and revenues of around £82 billion each year, SMS is now so ubiquitous that it’s expected to remain the industry standard messaging channel for the next decade. 

For over two years, Jessica Parrington-Jackson (Jess) has played a key role within the Boomerang™ team. As the In-house Graphic Designer, Jess is responsible for the design and creation of Boomerang’s visual and corporate communications, including the website.As a graduate of Falmouth University, with a degree in Graphic Design, Jess loves using the skills she has gained to help visually communicate the ability of Boomerang’s market leading technology. This is a challenge she enjoys immensely.

Agilent Technologies, the world’s premiere measuring company, has chosen to use Boomeran’s powerful messaging tools to manage complex daily communications between the back office and field engineers to ensure that all tasks are monitored and status’ are updated regularly. We spoke to Stephen Edwards, EMEA Project Manager at Agilent Technologies, about how using Boomerang’s solutions has improved their daily operations.