Nexmo vs Pushnami: What are the differences?
Developers describe Nexmo as "API for SMS, Voice and Phone Verification". Nexmo connects your apps directly to carriers around the world. Integrate SMS and Voice messages using one simple API. Use Nexmo Verity to register users, verify transactions, and implement two factor authentication. On the other hand, Pushnami is detailed as "AI Powered Cross-Channel Messaging Platform". It is a messaging platform, specializing in browser-based push notifications, email marketing, and Facebook messaging. Use it to easily build engagement with and retarget subscribers, increase sales conversions, and automate cross-channel messaging. Supported across all major browsers and mobile devices, it makes installing push notification capability as simple as point and click.
Nexmo and Pushnami belong to "Voice and SMS" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Nexmo are:
- Inbound SMS
- Outbound SMS
- Outbound Text-To-Speech Calls
On the other hand, Pushnami provides the following key features:
- AI Powered Sending and Optimization
- Automation and Personalization
- Dynamic API System for Scheduling, Reporting, and More
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Nexmo vs Twilio ?
Back in the early days at SmartZip Analytics, that evaluation had - for whatever reason - been made by Product Management. Some developers might have been consulted, but we hadn't made the final call and some key engineering aspects of it were omitted.
When revamping the platform, I made sure to flip the decision process how it should be. Business provided an input but Engineering lead the way and has the final say on all implementation matters. My engineers and I decided on re-evaluating the criteria and vendor selection. Not only did we need SMS support, but were we not thinking about #VoiceAndSms support as the use cases evolved.
Also, on an engineering standpoint, SDK mattered. Nexmo didn't have any. Twilio did. No-one would ever want to re-build from scratch integration layers vendors should naturally come up with and provide their customers with.
Twilio won on all fronts. Including costs and implementation timelines. No-one even noticed the vendor switch.
Many years later, Twilio demonstrated its position as a leader by holding conferences in the Bay Area, announcing features like Twilio Functions. Even acquired Authy which we also used for 2FA. Twilio's growth has been amazing. Its recent acquisition of SendGrid continues to show it.
It just works as expected within minutes -- you get both outbound/inbound messages, with delivery receipts or incoming callbacks -- all working in the easiest form.