Send SMS from your Applications using HTTP or SMTP
Need to SMS-enable your business application? Want the convenience of global SMS service without building your own platform or carrier relationships?
Our API is a great way to SMS-enable your email applications, CRM systems, or more. In as little as one hour you can have a two-way SMS connection to every mobile on the Planet.
The ipipi Application Programming Interface (API) provides a functional and flexible interface between your existing systems and ipipi’s SMS messaging gateways. You can send single messages, batch messages, template messages – anything you can create, you can send.
ipipi offers a simple integration of your application with our two-way global SMS service via our HTTP or SMTP APIs.
- Customized group or single trigger messages
- Delivery of your text messages to every country on the Planet
- Unicode support (Arabic, Chinese, etc.)
- Low per credit fee and volume discounts
- Easy integration and deployment – in as little as 60 minutes
- No up-front cost
- Fast delivery – most within seconds
Companies choose ipipi.com because they want a reliable way to connect to the global SMS networks without building proprietary software or generating carrier relationships. Companies that currently use our API include:
- A large software manufacturer uses the ipipi.com API to send alerts to network administrators.
- An electronics company extends their IM solution to mobile users.
- A global computer manufacturer forwards and compresses help email to SMS for fast response time.
- A financial company uses the API for risk management – to let their customers know of financial transactions on their accounts.
- A web developer uses the API to receive alerts when his server goes down.
- A health care institution uses their system to send appointment reminders via SMS to their patients.
The API can be connected to any front-end or legacy system. You can deliver text messages to ipipi.com’s Global SMS gateways from any Internet capable application using standard HTTP or SMTP protocols.