Alerting Hub Ltd, a mass notifications platform provider, today announces the launch of their innovative omni-channel mass notifications platform and API. Alerting Hub answers the call for a robust and simple to use service that is finely tuned to the specific needs of mass outbound notification services. A single SendAlert API enables developers to send out, schedule, trigger and automate SMS, voice and emails in a single API call – with all the underlying capacity and service provision managed underneath.
Alerting Hub addresses the challenges and headaches typically faced by developers needing to initiate high volumes of messages across multiple channels. Whilst other cloud communication APIs exist, typically the onus is on a multi-disciplinary team to do the grunt work and overcome the numerous integration challenges: writing to multiple APIs; negotiating and managing multiple service provider partnerships; managing a lengthy, complex code base – it’s easy to see how costs can escalate. The Alerting Hub platform and API removes this pain. We handle everything related to the delivery of alerts and notifications, so developers can focus on the task in hand – mass emergency notification, invoice chasing, school communications, business continuity
Notifications are a staple part of everyday life. However, today’s announcement responds to the growing need to seamlessly manage, automate and enhance time critical alerts and notifications – whatever the message, it will get through to the right people in the best way to provoke action.
“Alerting Hub answers the call, for a less complicated way to reach, interact and track those interactions, with a large number of people.” said Simon Millard, CEO at Alerting Hub. Millard continued, “The Alerting Hub team has worked with a variety of businesses providing outbound voice and messaging services. Through our combined experience we came to recognise the need for a cloud-based system that was finely tuned for mass outbound notifications. One that is flexible in its approach to making core functionality easy to integrate into customer solutions. In short we wanted create something that was fit-for-purpose and matches our clients’ specific working processes and business models.”