CDYNE Corporation, a provider of communication and data quality Web services, has launched its CDYNE Short Code service.
Text messaging is a preferred communication channel with a 97-percent open rate, and short codes are quickly becoming the premier choice for businesses to communicate with their clientele, drive revenue, provide better customer service, and build loyalty.
A short code is a 5- or 6-digit number that will send and receive text messages at its designated volume. Short Code SMS uses CDYNE SMS Notify! API, a software interface that provides connectivity to wireless carriers, and allows developers to let business applications send and receive text messages.
“CDYNE will personally guide you through the short code provisioning process while you test your application with the SMS Notify! text messaging gateway,” William Chenoweth, vice president of Marketing at CDYNE Corporation, said in a statement.
Chenoweth also emphasized that businesses can now reach busy customers with relevant and time-sensitive information at the rate of 35 messages per second with a CDYNE Short Code.
Launching a short code requires access to wireless carrier networks and carrier approval. CDYNE provides connectivity through the SMS Notify! API, and facilitates the intensive carrier application process for customers.
During the approval process, developers can model and test their applications with SMS Notify! using instant SMS-enabled phone numbers.
CDYNE Corporation debuted as one of America's fastest-growing private companies on the 2012 Inc. 5000 list. The company achieved 467 percent growth in revenue between 2008 and 2011, and nearly doubled its workforce, ranking No. 747 and earning one of the most prestigious awards in business.
The 2012 Inc. 5000 list represents a comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy – America's independent entrepreneurs.
With strategically located data centers engineered for performance and reliability, CDYNE claims to operate a highly reliable, scalable and secure infrastructure.
Edited by Braden Becker