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Singapore-based TalariaX expands into Japanese market

Zafirah Salim | June 4, 2015
Partnering NTT-AT as part of its expansion plans, TalariaX said that it has become the first Singapore technology company to venture into the SMS Appliance Gateway market in Japan.

Local technology firm TalariaX announced today its foray into Japan's technology market in partnership with NTT Advanced Technology Corporation (NTT-AT).

With this partnership, TalariaX said that it has become the first Singapore technology company to venture into the SMS Appliance Gateway market in Japan, bringing its propriety sendQuick Short Message Service (SMS) appliance gateway solutions to the market.

According to the company, sendQuick SMS appliance gateway solutions were primarily designed to help companies draw on the power of SMS to deliver efficient and effective messages to users. Businesses use key SMS applications to send IT notifications, enhance business processes and IT operations, improve security with two-factor authentication and manage crises through emergency and business continuity messaging.

 "TalariaX's innovative sendQuick SMS appliance gateway solutions have enjoyed tremendous success in many countries. We are very thrilled to work with NTT-AT to roll out these made-in-Singapore technologies to Japan, where mobile usage is one of the highest in the world," said Jeat Shyan, CEO of TalariaX.

In Japan, TalariaX will supply sendQuick Alert Plus and sendQuick ConeXa appliances to NTT-AT, which will sell the respective SMS appliance gateway solutions in the local market. TalariaX said that these two products were chosen for their abilities to help companies respond nimbly to crises, especially in disaster-prone countries like Japan.

 

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