We learned early on that doing business with Ytel meant a partner every step of the way, from implementation and documentation support to providing new use cases in markets we hadn’t explored yet – they go above and beyond for their partners in every sense of the word.

Ytel, a leading CPaaS company that helps businesses engage more customers using multi-channel communications, announced a partnership with RumbleUp, an advanced P2P texting platform this week. RumbleUp will integrate its platform with Ytel’s conversational SMS capabilities and configurable workflows to power more conversations and interactions in new, growing markets.

RumbleUp first saw massive success operating in the political market, offering a robust SMS platform for candidates, advocacy organizations, and non-profits to communicate with potential supporters, donors, voters and constituents. After quickly becoming a leader in this space, RumbleUp saw the opportunity to expand their product offering to other verticals with the right partner. RumbleUp now offers a turnkey solution so clients can join the human texting revolution and be up and texting in less than fifteen minutes. The primary non-political use cases are conversational marketing, scalable communication via text and high-touch customer support.

“Ytel’s impressive portfolio in various business sectors and technology platforms made this partnership a no brainer for us,” said Thomas Rumbles, RumbleUp CEO. “On the business side, they bring years of working knowledge, technical prowess, and the carrier agility we need to operate successfully. Our clients need to know they have a stable partner as the messaging ecosystem continues to grow and evolve.ir”

As the landscape in which we communicate evolves, so do the consumers. Conversational business messaging is the here and now – and a seamless integration with a CPaaS powerhouse is key for any SMS platform to see real tangible success.

Along with the benefits of a CPaaS integration, RumbleUp also gained a genuine business partner. Existing as a partner in business is the driving force in which Ytel operates; the company believes passionately in building and nurturing relationships with like-minded businesses who innovate, take risks, and penetrate new markets boldly.

“Our partnership with RumbleUp has been extremely successful and positive on all fronts,” said Nick Newsom, Ytel CEO. “Working with their team has created new opportunities for both teams, and allowed us to learn and explore new markets together. I’m looking forward to a long and healthy relationship.”

Using their wide breadth of knowledge from years of experience in various industries, Ytel was able to advise RumbleUp’s team on new SMS use cases that would see the most success.

“We respect and appreciate the hands-on approach to business that the entire Ytel team takes to not only integrations, but also partnerships,” said Rumbles. “We learned early on that doing business with Ytel meant a partner every step of the way, from implementation and documentation support to providing new use cases in markets we hadn’t explored yet – they go above and beyond for their partners in every sense of the word. This echoes our own commitment to putting our clients and their flourishing first, because their success is our success.”

About Ytel, Inc.
Ytel communication solutions enable businesses and developers to easily build SMS and voice capabilities into any application. Ytel’s communication APIs improve the customer experience and drive operational efficiency. As an enterprise carrier in the cloud, Ytel improves the speed and deliverability of your conversational business messaging without compromising security. Founded in 2012, Ytel delivers more than 1 billion monthly messages to help businesses grow revenue and build brand equity.

About Rumble Up
RumbleUp is a simple yet powerful peer-to-peer (P2P) messaging platform that equips clients to have 1-on-1 conversations at scale via text message (SMS or MMS). RumbleUp has been utilized by over 400 clients including state parties, national committees, statewide, congressional and local political campaigns, ballot initiatives, PACs, IEs, 501c4s, non-profits, advocacy groups, member organizations and for-profit companies to engage constituents, voters, volunteers, members and customers using the most popular and visible communication channel – text messaging!

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