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Archive upgraded

- 5 MIN READ - 03 Jun 2013

You have probably noticed that Messente’s archive has a brand new look and feel.

It underwent cosmetic surgery a little while ago and now is the perfect time to take a quick look of what’s there.

So here are the main things you can do and see in the archive just to get you started.

Overview of messages sent

The first thing you see is the general overview of the sent messages throughout a period of your choice. You can either use one of the quick options: last month, this week, tomorrow (just kidding :)) or select a period between two specific dates.

Messente displays all the sending activity, draws a small graph describing your SMS traffic during this period. By clicking on the total SMS number of any of the sendings you can see every single message separately including full delivery information.

Last but not the least you can download a .pdf report with all the sending activity so whenever you want to share this information with someone who does not have access to the account you can just send them the report via e-mail.

Jaanus Rõõmus

Jaanus Rõõmus - CTO

Jaanus is co-founder and CTO of Messente and makes sure its wheels keep spinning and Messente always has a full tank of fuel.

Your sales lab time is scarce

20 Jun 2017

In the series about sales research, I touched upon allocating about 30% of your research time on finding new ideas and possibilities around sales tactics. But how do you actually do it and what do you look for?

Uku Tomikas

Uku Tomikas

An open letter to financial institutions from Yuriy

09 Jun 2017

To the bank, credit card company, and investment firm I work with: I trust you. I really do.

If I didn’t, I wouldn’t put my hard-earned money in your hands. While I’m not a Certified Financial Analyst, I am financially savvy, so I understand that we have a mutually beneficial relationship. From a high-level, banks use the money I deposit to sell loans and invest in other financial instruments. Credit card companies make money on interest charges, other fees, and transaction fees from merchants. The brokerage firm makes money through fees on my account. On the other hand, all I expect is that you are honest about your services, provide returns, and keep my money safe.

Yuriy Mikitchenko

Yuriy Mikitchenko

Centralizing SMS operations and why you should consider it

07 Jun 2017

Centralization /(sɛntrəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/ noun - the action or process of bringing activities together in one place.

In the era of globalization and communication through technology, businesses no longer have borders and it's very common for companies to offer services from Germany to Zimbabwe, in multiple markets, and different continents. However, offering services in multiple countries leads to cooperating with a longer, more complicated list of partners.

Kaur Virunurm

Kaur Virunurm

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