Correction!! Acision Launches Text Suite - The World's First Open Service Text Architecture

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Attn Editors:   CORRECTION!!  CORRECTION!!  CORRECTION!!


Press Release titled:  “ Acision Launches Text Suite - the World's First Open Service Text Architecture” 

released Mon 16 Feb 2009,  16:09 PM


  

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The 5th paragraph, last sentence should read "" Acision expects that today's mobile messaging revenues are just the tip of a much larger iceberg and predicts that mobile messaging revenues have the potential to double from $84 billion to $165 billion by 2011. "" and not "" $165 million "" as originally issued. --


      A copy of the full corrected text is below:



Acision Launches Text Suite - the World's First Open Service Text Architecture


BARCELONA, Feb. 16/ PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --


    

    - Acision Text Suite Enables Operator Messaging Differentiation and New 

Revenue Streams


    Acision, the world's leading messaging company, today announces the

launch of Acision Text Suite, the world's first open service text

architecture. Acision Text Suite provides operators with the control and

flexibility they need to extend their text messaging business to markets they

couldn't effectively address before. Furthermore, Acision Text Suite allows

operators to enrich their current subscriber services in order to

differentiate in highly competitive markets and monetise messaging and

network assets to grow their messaging business.


    "Instead of using the 'one size fits all' approach of current SMS

architectures, Acision recognises that operators require tailored solutions

to address the specific challenges of their individual markets. The

modularity and scalability of Acision Text Suite, along with its powerful

operational and business control capabilities, enables operators to build and

evolve their SMS business environment to fit their specific market needs.

This minimises capital expenditure and total cost of ownership while at the

same time providing a solution that monetises messaging opportunities, short

and long term," comments, Steven van Zanen, VP of Product Marketing at of

Acision.


    With its service creation environment, Acision Text Suite enables short

time to market for new services and easy integration across a range of

messaging bearers and third parties, including web and enterprise application

providers. Acision Text Suite also provides access to new messaging

capabilities such as real-time transactions for mobile payment applications,

subscriber location, priority delivery and dialogue management, as well as

central control over all messages in the core messaging architecture.


    "For mobile operators, text messaging is still the only truly successful

data service, with traffic volumes increasing year on year. It is, therefore,

vital that operators continue to leverage messaging by differentiating the

SMS services they offer and exploiting their existing text messaging channel.

With this in mind, Acision developed Acision Text Suite as an open service

architecture which enables operators to easily expand their SMS business to

parties who want to leverage the reach of SMS for the benefit of their

businesses," continues van Zanen.


    Today, Acision enables over 300 operators worldwide to run a successful

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text messaging business and supports the generation of over 50 per cent of

all text messaging revenues. Acision expects that today's mobile messaging revenues are just the tip of a

much larger iceberg and predicts that mobile messaging revenues have the potential to double from $84 billion

to $165 billion by 2011.


    Notes to Editors


    About Acision


    Acision is the world's leading messaging company, providing communication

solutions for over 300 network operators and service providers globally. For



    SOURCE: Acision



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