Rounding up a hugely successful 2018, mGage is delighted to announce its inclusion in this year’s Parliamentary Review for displaying best practice in the mobile industry.
Released annually and chaired by Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, The Parliamentary Review features thriving British businesses and educators. Its aim is to share best practices and raise industry standards by working with successful organisations up and down the country and across private and public sectors. Long-time Chief Editor, and former Member of Parliament David Curry, described this year’s review as “the most comprehensive and informative yet.”
With this year’s edition highlighting the progress of technology, mGage has been recognised for its exemplary work enhancing relationships between brands and their customers through mobile channels such as SMS, RCS and Push.
Speaking proudly of mGage’s inclusion in the review, our VP of Europe, Nick Millward said: “It is a real honour to be recognised for best practice in our industry and be featured in The Parliamentary Review. As a company at the forefront of global messaging, we promise to continue to innovate and serve as a benchmark for the industry – helping brands enhance customer interactions through messaging solutions.”
Brands look to mGage for ways to deepen their relationships with customers through mobile messaging and we have invested millions of pounds in our technology and infrastructure over the past three years to deliver a best in class service. Always looking to grow and evolve our offering, we are now working on the next generation of mobile messaging: Rich Communication Services (RCS). This new mode of text messaging enables multimedia, interactive content and unique branding that will transform customer engagement and interaction.
If you want to read mGage’s full Parliamentary Review article, it can be viewed here.