Send sensitive information with SMS and Email – your content is protected using a Digital Signature
Who are you communicating with?
How do you know that the person your are speaking to are really who they claim to be? On the Internet this can be hard to tell. Protect your message with a Digital Signature, and you will know for sure.
Who is reading your message?
How do you know who reads your messages? Information can end up in the wrong hands, but if your message is protected with a Digital Signature, only the right person can open and read it.
Messages only available with a Digital Signature
The recipient must identify themselves using a Digital Signature before the content becomes available, and you will know exactly who read it and when. You can send the Secure Message both using Email or SMS, choose what is best for your recipient!
Protected information for E-signature
Combine Secure Messages with the service Electronic Signing, if the information to be signed contains sensitive information. You can be sure only the right person can read and sign your documents.
Real time logs
The logs are in real time for all transaction types. They are available on the web interface or via API.
Delivery report functionality is always included. Reports are sent to you using a communication channel of your choosing with the settings you prefer.
Four great ways to access the services
The Web Toolbox is the easiest way to access the full functionality of the TellusTalk messaging platform. You can design and store your messages, bulk sendings and target groups on the web. Available everywhere, anytime.
Perfect for your mobile or tablet, only the bare essentials to send and receive messages.
Possibly the best collection of support and services there is…
Complete global coverage on all communication channels. Be sure to reach your target audience wherever they may be.
Our fast and scalable cloud platform allows us to promise uninterrupted and secure message deliveries even during the most extreme traffic loads. Automated buffering is used to accomodate operator interfaces.