London, UK, Warsaw, Poland, 29 August 2012 – After establishing global offices in major business hubs across the world, Infobip is focusing on establishing regional offices in markets of great potential and has announced the opening of its Warsaw office. One of the world’s most trusted mobile services providers, Infobip is optimistic about its presence in the Polish market and the Warsaw office will also serve as its hub in the Central and Eastern Europe.
“Poland is a challenging market for mobile services and SMS in particular, mature and very competitive”, says Infobip CEO Silvio Kutic, “however, our world-leading technical assets, in-house engineered solutions and dedicated support service are our reasons for confidence”.
Infobip boasts a portfolio of services which are in great demand in Poland, most notably SS7 connectivity messaging and interactive USSD services, coupled with white-labelled applications and messaging platforms. All of this would not be enough to make a mark in the international telecoms market without Infobip’s international experience with both enterprise and operator clients, as Mr Kutic points out:
“Our employees are our strength, we have very experienced sales executives who work closely with our top development and support teams. We have already recruited local people and plan to hire more in order to build a dedicated local team, as is the case in our other regional offices”.
Infobip is a global telecommunications specialist providing a cutting edge Mobile Services Cloud enabling seamless integration between enterprises and mobile network operators. Infobip’s entire portfolio of services and solutions is designed and developed in-house and draws on extensive experience gained in this market segment. Centili mobile payments is a part of the Infobip group of products and companies.
By adopting a regional approach with dedicated development and support Infobip is able to provide clients worldwide with carrier-grade quality, reliability and flexibility whilst at the same time understanding and incorporating local requirements.