What is MessageBird?
At MessageBird we believe that communicating with a business should feel as natural as communicating with a friend. That's why our SMS, Voice and Conversations APIs continue to revolutionize company-customer interactions.
MessageBird is a tool in the Voice and SMS category of a tech stack.
Who uses MessageBird?
11 companies reportedly use MessageBird in their tech stacks, including Chiper, Rapido - India's Largest Bike Taxi, and Lendico Brasil.
19 developers on StackShare have stated that they use MessageBird.
Zendesk, Magento, Zapier, IFTTT, and Front are some of the popular tools that integrate with MessageBird. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with MessageBird.
- <b>SMS API</b>: Carrier Route Optimization, Auto Concatenation, Global Compliance Engine, Alphanumeric Sender ID, Two-Way Messaging Enabled, Real-Time Reporting
- <b>Voice API</b>: Cloud IVR, Number Masking, TTS, Transcriptions, Call Recording & Transfer, Custom Caller ID, Real-Time Reporting
- <b>Programmable Conversations API</b>: Contact Data Enrichment, Message Channel Fallback, Merging OTT Channels, Omni-Channel API
- <b>Verify API</b>: Pin Generation, Delivery (Flash, SMS, TTS)
- <b>Flow Builder</b>: No-code solution, Drag and drop, Templates, Cross-Channel functionalities
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