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Managing your account

- 5 MIN READ - 17 Jul 2014

Managing your Messente account

In the developing process of Messente’s platform we have taken into account that using Messente has to be extremely simple. While activating the API connection, managing the delivery information, and many more actions can be done with no hassle, we have made it simple to manage your account as well.

The “gear” icon

First things first, to make changes on your account, click the “gear” icon you can see at the upper-right corner on the web interface. By clicking this a window opens with adjustable information.

First information gap you will see is the current account name you are using. This makes it easier to switch between multiple accounts.

Information for the invoice

By the end of every month, our accounting team will send out invoices for the sent out SMS messages within the last month. For correct invoices, Messente’s accounting will need this information to be filled out:

Users and permissions

Based on how Messente’s platform is being used, we have divided the users into two groups: “Account Administrators” and “Senders“. While the “Administrator” has the permission to do all the necessary changes, the “Sender” is able to use the web interface for sending out messages only.

E-mail and subscriptions

Accounting email and technical support emails should be provided for any cases that might need quick contact.
You can also subscribe to the Messente News – our monthly newsletter consisted of brief and useful info to keep you updated with most important topics

NB! All the information you provide on your company’s account is well protected and not available to third parties. From behalf of Messente we do everything what is necessary to keep our client’s information secure.

 

Margus Sütt

Margus Sütt - Key account manager

Margus works as a business analyst at Messente. Identifying new opportunities and going deep into industries Margus consults Messente's key customers to help their businesses to advance.

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