Bulk SMS is nothing but a tool or service through which you can market your product and services. In these days of heavy competition, bulk sms service providers companies struggle to find place in the customer’s mind. However, we’ll ensure that you find place in their mobile inbox. Now, once you enter their inbox, it doesn’t take much time for them to catch up with your business and market any product or service with the medium of bulk sms in india where you can send sms from web online medium to any mobile in india.These sms in bulk are known as bulk sms.
BULK VOICE CALL
SHORT CODE/LONG CODE
Keyword Sms on Short Code and Long Code is an application to pull sms from the sent sms from the mobile phone. Basically Keyword Sms are generally used for receiving the response used in marketing campaigns. Short code numbers are those numbers which can be remembered very easily so that audience can remember and contact you instantly when they want. Short codes starts from 5 digits to 9 digits, for example,/56161/57333/56677/56070/53636/56969/57272/52424/58888/53030/57575 respectively. On these shared short codes, you can get available keyword and start your short code campaign.
For instance, your company is “ABC Ltd.,” then you can create a keyword sms as “ABCL” and run the campaign., when people send an sms to 56767 and type abcl space with following text then you will get all the details in your short code inbox.
WHAT IS SUB-KEYWORD SMS ON SHORT CODE AND LONG CODE?
Sub-Keyword Sms on Short Code and Long Code is the same application as Keyword Sms. For small companies, those who cant afford high investments then they can opt for Sub-Keyword Sms on the same short codes with our Main Keyword like “TYPE”, “SEND”, “TYPO” etc., For Instance, if your company name is “ABC” then you can opt the Sub-Keyword as “SEND ABC”, so if anyone sends the sms to “SEND ABC”, you will retrieve those details in your Short Code Inbox. Note: Keywords and Sub-Keywords will be applicable, if it is available only on our short codes and long codes.
MISSED CALL ALERT
It’s been a regular practice to get a missed call notification via SMS alerts whenever you are not reachable or your mobile is switched off. Have you ever wondered to promote your products through ads on Missed Call Notification service?
Here’s the latest service in the market which aims to help you to reach out to larger section of audience. One of the most recent marketing tools to promote your products and services in a very cost-effective way. You can promote your brands after the text alerting missed call details. Other useful services that can be used via Missed Call notifications are Lead Generation and Verification, Number Verification, Offline and Online Registrations, Feedback, Voting and Polling structure, Forget or Retrieve Password process, Sales and Support service, Opt in Subscriptions and many more.
IVR CALL SOLUTION
IVR is a technology that automates interactions with telephone callers. Enterprises are increasingly turning to IVR to reduce the cost of common sales, service, collections, inquiry and support calls to and from their company.
Uphar media is proud to launch a mega device using the RFID Technology for exclusive use for tracking the students’ movement into/from the Schools & colleges. The RFID [Radio Frequency Identification] is a device consisting of a RFID Reader (Antenna) & Tags. As soon as the Tags come within the reading distance of the Reader, the Tags send Radio-active waves which in turn are identified and read by the Reader and transmitted to a Computer for further processing and extraction of the requisite data. Termed as, ‘School Xpress’, the overall system involves issue of unique numbered Tags to the students(Students’ & School ID Pre-printed) and as soon as the student enters the school or leaves the school, an automatic e-mail and SMS message is sent to the parent about the safe entry and exit of the student. The net effect of installing this system would ensure: a] peace of mind to the parents, b] The students would fall under the direct attendance scanner of the school & the parents, c] If message is not received within the stipulated time then it is an alarm signal and the parents can initiate suitable action in time, d] The Schools can derive auto attendance benefit without having to waste time and human effort on taking attendance & e] The school bunkers will now find it very difficult because the attendance message is sent on a daily basis directly to the parents.
Current and Potential Uses of RFID
Radio Frequency Identification Device (RFID) technology to solve the problem. Students carry a small card that contains Active / Passive RFID technology that logs each student's entry or exit automatically when the student pass the scanner/Reader located on the School/bus. It is accurate, easy and affordable.
It's no surprise that asset tracking is one of the most common uses of RFID. Companies can put RFID tags on assets that are lost or stolen often, that are underutilized or that are just hard to locate at the time they are needed. Just about every type of RFID system is used for asset management. NYK Logistics, a third-party logistics provider based in Secaucus, N.J., needed to track containers at its Long Beach, Calif., distribution center. It chose a real-time locating system that uses active RFID beacons to locate container to within 10 feet.
RFID has been used in manufacturing plants for more than a decade. It's used to track parts and work in process and to reduce defects, increase throughput and manage the production of different versions of the same product.
Supply Chain Management
RFID technology has been used in closed loop supply chains or to automate parts of the supply chain within a company's control for years. As standards emerge, companies are increasingly turning to RFID to track shipments among supply chain partners.
Security and Access Control
RFID has long been used as an electronic key to control who has access to office buildings or areas within office buildings. The first access control systems used low-frequency RFID tags. Recently, vendors have introduced 13.56 MHz systems that offer longer read range. The advantage of RFID is it is convenient (an employee can hold up a badge to unlock a door, rather than looking for a key or swiping a magnetic stripe card) and because there is no contact between the card and reader, there is less wear and tear, and therefore less maintenance.
As RFID technology evolves and becomes less expensive and more robust, it's likely that companies and RFID vendors will develop many new applications to solve common and unique business problems.