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Nexmo Introduction (with audio)

A brief overview of Nexmo's service.
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Tim Lytle

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of Nexmo Introduction (with audio)

Why SMS?
When there are rich native applications, mobile web sites, and push notifications?
Mobile Messaging. Solved.
Lowest Common Denominator
If it's a cell phone it
already has SMS.
SMS is the most cross-platform compatible
channel for delivering messages to mobile devices.
Alert Notifications
Varied Platforms
Immediate Engagement
Verification
Zero Barrier
to Entry
Why Nexmo?
It's the closest you can get to a cell phone.
Search/Buy/Cancel Numbers
SMS API
Send Message
Receive Messages
/rest.nexmo.com/sms/json?from=12235551212&to=12234442323&text=Hello+From+Nexmo
Query Messages Logs
Get Pricing & Balance
/example.com/?to=12235551212&msisdn=12234442323&text=Hello+To+Nexmo
In case you only recognize people by their profile pics.
Tim Lytle
Contract Developer
Nexmo Evangelist
@tjlytle
API
You
Aggregator
Aggregator
Aggregator
Aggregator
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Carrier
Nexmo
Nexmo
Scale Price and Platform
Remove Redundancy
Ensure Best Route
nexmo.com
@nexmo
/nexmo
Only SMS provider to publish delivery ratios.
Never a point where you move down the chain.
Bad redundancy adds cost and potential failure.
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