Madrid office opens

Kristijan Barlek

This week has seen the opening of our Madrid office, an important milestone in further consolidation of our operations in Spain and Portugal.

– We’ve been working with Spanish clients and partners for five years now, and we’re well acquainted with the challenges they face in the A2P SMS space. Having a regional office will allow us to be even closer to enterprises and developers connected to our professional messaging platform. We’ll seek to improve our understanding of technologies and support they need, and keep developing our partnerships on the soundest possible foundation, says Sasa Cecur, Regional Manager Spain and Portugal.

Located in the very heart of Madrid, the Plaza Puerta del Sol, the office will see a mix of experienced Infobip execs and local employees, whose number is expected to grow over the next 6 months.

– We’ll be working closely with telecoms to improve the A2P messaging market by creating new solutions and opportunities for all the stakeholders in this growing industry. Tight partnerships with mobile operators worldwide give us unprecedented insight into their needs and challenges and the current state of the industry. Through in-house development, we translate that expertise into easily deployable messaging monitoring and monetization solutions that increase revenue and user experience, continues Mr. Cecur.

E-commerce and mobile app developers have recently joined the financial sector as the key corporate users of A2P SMS, and it is our mission to educate the market on the matters of online security and user authentication based on mobile phones, a pain point of modern internet and mobile-based businesses.

We’re currently working on a massive upgrade to the Spanish language website, to make it even more accessible and informative for our global Spanish-speaking client base. Spanish language tech support has been available for a long time already, and our market-educating activities will continue with active participation in events and trade association-led initiatives, such as the Mobile Marketing Association.

May 3rd, 2016
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Kristijan Barlek