With the MailCenter, you send short messages directly from SAP. SAP SMS is seamlessly integrated into your ERP environment. You do not need any additional hardware and software components.
The Short Message Service
SMS stands for Short Message Service. This telecommunications service is used to transmit text messages. Typically, these short messages are 160 characters long. For longer short messages, so-called multi-SMS (Concatenated, Long), longer messages are divided. Then the packages are sent individually as a separate short message and billed. On the recipient’s side, these individual parts are reassembled.
Short messages with SAP – a variety of applications
Short messages play an increasingly central role in business communication. Similar to e-mail, these messages can be used universally and platform-independently for communication with business partners. In addition, the SAP SMS service offers a variety of interesting applications: manufacturers inform customers about changed delivery times, shipping informs customers about the dispatch of orders, webshop operators send order confirmations and service employees receive information about new orders.
Messaging services can also be used for your business. Talk to us.
SAP SMS Integration with MailCenter – Automated Business 2.0
With the MailCenter, SMS communication becomes easy to use for SAP users
The MailCenter makes your SAP applications mobile and digital. With this MailCenter service, you have unlimited worldwide shipping options. In addition, you get maximum transparency and control over SAP SMS communication from the ERP system. This is because you can get an overview of SAP short messages correspondence at any time. Either via the shipping reports or directly on the receipt. This gives you a secure, direct type of communication.
With this type of communication, customer satisfaction is demonstrably increasing. Optimize your services now with this SAP add-on. Many customers rely on this solution. You can find out more about this in the MailCenter references.
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