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DIMOCO Messaging has become an independent, global, telecom carrier-grade A2P (Application-to-Person) mobile messaging provider with a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) license, led by Matthias Höllerl as Managing Director. In addition to his role as the President of DIMOCO Germany, Martin Kolisch will take over all of Matthias Höller’s tasks & responsibilities as DIMOCO Europe’s SVP of Sales & Marketing.
This strategic realignment enables DIMOCO to strengthen the carrier billing as well as the mobile messaging businesses even more. “A2P messaging is a tremendously important and fast growing market. To found a new company with a dedicated focus on mobile messaging was just a logical step for us”, says Matthias Höllerl, DIMOCO Messaging Managing Director. According to Portio Research, the worldwide messaging traffic enterprise will continuously grow from 1.63 billion A2P SMS in 2015 to 1.76 billion A2P SMS in 2018.
“Enterprises are more and more actively integrating SMS/text messages into their multichannel-communication strategies and business processes in order to engage their customers. Besides its reach and ubiquity, a text message gives you an added layer of protection by requiring account verification or password changes to be sent directly to the client’s mobile device. With our MVNO license and direct SMSC connections we provide an independent, global, telecom carrier-grade messaging hub – allowing enterprises, operators and wholesalers to send their A2P SMS traffic directly into the mobile operator’s network without any middleman”, Matthias Höllerl explains the strategic vision of the newly founded company. The DIMOCO Messaging headquarters is located at Campus 21 in Brunn am Gebirge/Vienna and is already fully operational.
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Martin Thor will represent DIMOCO at the Affiliate World Asia in Bangkok 7.-9.12.2015 and is looking forward to seeing you there!
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For more than 25 years, the ” Gruft ” is Vienna’s most famous charitable organisation facility for homeless people.
It offers people who live on the street, a safe haven and above all humane warmth – 365 days a year around the clock .
DIMOCO supported this charitable organisation with the cooking for homeless people last Friday!
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Nov. 2015 – BaFin, the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, has decided that 2-factor-authentication is mandatory for all E-Commerce purchases in Germany, when using Credit Card or Direct Debit. To fulfil the new BaFin directive there has to be an additional security level implemented on top of the existing online shop password.
The most secure and frictionless authentication method is the so called ‘one-time-pin’ solution – delivered by SMS. With direct connection to all German Mobile Operators DIMOCO provides highest level of quality & security for processing text message based 2-factor-authentication.
Soon we’re travelling highly motivated to London introducing our current ‘DIMOCO direct-only’ coverage…
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The topic A2P was very present at the WAS#2 conference in Bangkok!
MNOs are more intensively thinking about strategy and partnerships with which they can monetize their current A2P traffic more efficiently, especially in the long-term.
SMS messaging is not only making a comeback, it is stronger on the market than ever before and the MNOs see a corresponding growth and revenue stream… and so does DIMOCO!
The weather may have been damp and dreary but this was still not enough to dampen the spirits of close to 1500 delegates from across the whole iGaming spectrum as they descended upon the Arena Berlin for the recent EiG conference. The conference itself is split into a series of industry related talks held within open-air spaces on the conference floor and a number of exhibitors, mostly from the supplier side of the industry, enthusiastically engaging their audience with the features and benefits of their latest product offerings.
There were a number of very interesting speakers from the industry, operators, suppliers, gaming lawyers and regulatory officials covering a whole host of currently relevant topics. From optimising the payment process by applying customer behavioural psychology to maximising player lifetime values and of course the endless debate on when Germany will eventually issue licences!
See you next year EiG!