PageOne Communications, UK provider of mobile messaging solutions to the public and enterprise sectors, is celebrating being at the forefront of integrated mobile messaging solutions for 25 years.
Founded in 1986, PageOne’s pioneering approach has helped drive new and creative ways to stay connected, empowering a multitude of organisations in varying industries and sizes to improve their performance.
PageOne has a rich heritage and strong reputation in all aspects of messaging – from paging and SMS through to voice, email and location based services. The company has not only built its reputation on the resilient, robust and innovative nature of its technology, but also on its commitment to providing outstanding service and customer support. This has been recognised industry-wide with awards and accreditations such as Investor in Customers (IIC) and being the preferred supplier for the OGCbuying solutions Mobile Solutions framework for more than 10 years.
PageOne continues to innovate and bring new technologies to market such as the launch of UK’s first MTPAS enabled 2-way pager and Lone Worker applications for Smart Phone devices. The company has also played an instrumental role in a number of industry milestones over the years, including the first to develop email on the move, the use of high speed FLEX for paging, and the development of Pulse – a dedicated emergency channel for Bluelight organisations.
“This is an extremely important milestone for PageOne, and one which we are delighted to celebrate with both our employees and our customers” commented Chris Jones, CEO, PageOne. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and their contribution to our products, in tandem with the sheer commitment, know-how, passion and drive from our employees, has without question helped shape our success over the past 25 years.”
PageOne’s systems are unique in that they are powered by the company’s own flexible platform Oventus launched in 2002 to enable the seamless integration of mobile messaging across different networks and technologies. These services have consistently been designed to meet and exceed the demands of an increasingly mobile environment.