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DIMOCO publishes mobile messaging market special

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Friday 30 January 15

DIMOCO http://www.dimoco.eu publishes global mobile messaging market special. In co-operation with Juniper Research and Portio Research, the mobile messaging and carrier billing company shows the development of the Application-to-Person and Person-to-Application SMS market. According to these brand new statistics the A2P and P2A-SMS traffic is still growing and will rise from 1,436 billion text messages in 2013 to 1,762 billion text messages in 2018…

DIMOCO http://www.dimoco.eu publishes global mobile messaging market special. In co-operation with Juniper Research and Portio Research, the mobile messaging and carrier billing company shows the development of the Application-to-Person and Person-to-Application SMS market. According to these brand new statistics the A2P and P2A-SMS traffic is still growing and will rise from 1,436 billion text messages in 2013 to 1,762 billion text messages in 2018. With 6.4 billion handsets in use worldwide, companies can tap into the enormous potential of SMS for their entire customer and employee lifecycle communication. Speed, security, reliability and low prices are the key drivers for companies using mobile messaging.

“From Asia to North America, SMS is and will continue to be an important channel for companies. Unlike the decreasing Person-to-Person SMS market (as a consequence of the increasing over-the-top messaging apps) the Application-to-Person- and Person-to-Application SMS area is a strong-growth market”, says Gerald Tauchner, DIMOCO CEO, adding: “We are supporting various industries with our carrier-grade infrastructure and our 1-way as well as 2-way messaging products”.

New DIMOCO Mobile Messaging market special out now
Mobile Messaging and Carrier Billing company DIMOCO http://www.dimoco.eu publishes the second edition of its well-known mobile messaging market special. “This time we enlarged the data base from previously Europe only to worldwide” says Tauchner on the difference between the two market specials.

1,762 bn. text messages will be sent on the A2P and the P2A-market in 2018
According to Portio Research, the Application-to-Person- and the Person-to-Application-market will rise from 1,436 billion SMS in 2013 to 1,762 billion text messages in 2018. Asian Pacific (565 billion A2P- and P2A-SMS, in 2013) and North America (548 billion A2P- and P2A-SMS, in 2013) are the top regions where SMS is used for application to person communication and vice versa. In 2013, Europe showed an A2P and P2A-SMS traffic of 185 billion, followed by Latin America with 88 billion A2P and P2A-SMS and the Middle East & Africa with 50 billion A2P- and P2A-SMS.

The key drivers for companies using SMS
Besides the excellent return-on-investment (ROI), speed, security and reliability are still the number one criteria for companies using SMS communication. “Our mobile TAN service for the banking industry and our 2-factor-authentication service for online biz have become state-of-the-art messaging services,” says Tauchner. From customer acquisition to after-sales services, text messages are used in the entire customer lifecycle process as well as in the entire employee lifecycle.

DIMOCO at the Mobile World Congress 2015
DIMOCO will present the future of carrier billing and mobile messaging in the Application-to-Person and Person-to-Application sector at the Mobile World Congress 2015. From the 2nd to the 5th March 2015 DIMOCO will welcome business partners in the App Planet Hall 8.1, stand number 8.1K41. In addition to a brand new carrier billing publication presented by Juniper Research and DIMOCO, the Portio Research and DIMOCO mobile messaging market special publication will be also available in printed form. More information provided on the DIMOCO website: http://www.dimoco.us/company/events.html 


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