Zipwhip Becomes First to Launch AdaptiveMobile Security’s Commercial Traffic Management Solution

DUBLIN, 28 April, 2020, 3pm GMT – AdaptiveMobile Security, the world leader in cyber-telecoms security, is delighted to announce that Zipwhip, the leading provider of texting for business, is the first organization to launch its Commercial Traffic Management (CTM) offering.

CTM gives Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) providers, Messaging aggregators and Mobile operators the ability to maximise market growth by adding deep insights, flexible multi-factor analysis and best-practice controls covering discovery, classification, verification and innovative commercial models. This further extends AdaptiveMobile Security’s portfolio of capabilities for 10 Digit Long Code A2P messaging, widely deployed across North America.

AdaptiveMobile Security’s Chief Strategy Officer, Simeon Coney, states, “We are excited to see Zipwhip launch our CTM system. They proved a natural partner for shaping this innovative offering with our mutual drive for excellence and commitment to delivering customer-driven value and insights over trusted networks.” He continued, “It is wonderful to see Zipwhip leverage our CTM which combines our unique messaging algorithms and controls to enable their enterprise customers to have more effective conversations with their end customers. These controls also support adherence to agreed behaviours, detect potential contract abuse and best practice violations that may be present within the A2P traffic for service differentiation.”

Zipwhip provides industry leading fraud and spam controls on its landline, VoIP and toll-free texting networks so that businesses and consumers are protected from fraud and abuse. As the inventors of Texting for Business in North America, Zipwhip is committed to leading the industry in implementing cutting-edge fraud prevention measures.

“Our priority is to help businesses engage with their customers in the most effective way possible on the most secure network possible,” said James Lapic, CTO at Zipwhip. “By adding AdaptiveMobile Security’s CTM offering into our texting network we are ensuring that we continue to deliver innovative, secure texting capabilities to businesses across North America. We’re proud to be the first Texting for Business provider to implement a solution so robust.”

AdaptiveMobile Security’s Commercial Traffic Management is built on the success of the globally deployed Network Protection Platform. The market leading messaging security and revenue protection platform is used in all regions of the world, covering more than 80 operators globally, including some of the world’s largest mobile messaging environments, protecting messages and assisting with messaging revenue recovery for more than one-fifth of the world.



About Enea

Enea is a world-leading specialist in software for telecom and cybersecurity. The company’s cloud-native solutions connect, optimize, and secure services for mobile subscribers, enterprises, and the Internet of Things. More than 100 communication service providers and 4.5 billion people rely on Enea technologies every day.

Enea has strengthened its product portfolio and global market position by integrating a number of acquisitions, including Qosmos, Openwave Mobility, Aptilo Networks, and AdaptiveMobile Security. Enea is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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About Zipwhip

Zipwhip was the first company to enable texting on existing business phone numbers, and today is the world’s leading business-texting software and API provider. More than 35,000 companies use Zipwhip to increase customer engagement and drive growth through texting on their existing landline, VoIP or toll-free phone number. Intuitive cloud-based software, an enterprise-grade API and direct network connectivity mean businesses can use any computer or mobile device to securely and reliably reach their customers, every time. Your customers are only a text away:


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