Our enterprise messaging solution mGate has added another set of advanced options, to allow companies to tackle the most demanding communication challenges of today. The latest improvements include the addition of push notifications, extra security and new role options in sending messages through mGate.
Chosen by more than a hundred major financial institutions around the world, mGate is built upon years of industry experience and a deep understanding of technologies and market requirements. Our developers constanty work on it to integrate the latest mobile industry trends and give our clients new consumer communication options which set them apart from the competition.
Send push notifications over mGate!
Wanting to cover all the relevant mobile messaging channels, we have implemented the possibility of sending push notifications to smartphone and tablet users over mGate.
Push notifications allow enterprises to deliver geo-targeted, instant notifications to Android and iOS mobile applications. For companies that seek to enrich user communication and engagement, push notifications are a must in today’s app-dominated mobile ecosystem. mGate push notifications come with rich reporting options and 24/7 support.
We’ve also added sensitive data masking, a specific security feature. mGate already uses VPN tunnelling and message encryption options to ensure high security standards required by financial institutions around the world.
Sensitive data masking ensures that in the case of unauthorised access inside the bank, parts of message content classified as sensitive remain hidden, i.e. unreadable to bank employees. This feature allows financial institutions to apply their corporate security policies more accurately, making sure that clients’ sensitive data (PINs, passwords, account balance) remains safe even in the case of an internal breach, whether intentional or unintentional.
Use maker and checker roles
mGate’s comprehensive role management tool now offers the possibility of defining the maker and checker roles in the process of message sending. It is appropriate for larger companies, with a more complex organisational structure and an established set of roles and permissions.
The maker is the person creating the message content, entering recipients and, if needed, scheduling sending time. The checker is the person that approves the content and gives a final go needed for sending. Roles are easily assigned during configuration, and as easily modified when changes occur in the corporate organisation.