SMPP protocol is widely used in enterprise communication. Often we receive requests for developing an integrated solution where a single SMPP server can cater to both MO and MT traffic.
Technically things are pretty clear and simple, however, the biggest challenge faced by engineers is to design the architecture and database handling. With years of research on the subject, our technical team has developed a solution called iTextHub, which can handle SMS MO and SMS MT traffic on a single SMPP Server. The biggest advantage of iTextHub is that clients can receive DRL and SMS-MO traffic on the same receiver/transceiver bind.
You can have a look at a importance of two-way sms for effective customer interaction in the blog Two-Way SMS: Effective Customer Interaction for Business Growth
With our years of experience in this domain, we understand that managing software without having any knowledge of technology, at times becomes tough, especially in case of error handling. Keeping in view these constrain, we have designed the application with a visible workflow. It means you can start and stop your Windows Service for the web interface itself. All the connected ESME binds to the server can be monitored from the web panel itself. You need not log in to the server and run TCP View or Netstat. PDU dumps are easily available in readable format through logs to nail down any technical issue.
Apart from MO traffic, iTextHub has the capability to work as ESME and connect to multiple Telco at a time to push the SMS MT traffic.
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Team Power SMPP