Christie keeps in touch with customers via Clickatell’s SMS

Christie keeps in touch with customers via Clickatell’s SMS



May 12, 2016

Clickatell, a provider of global mobile messaging solutions, has been chosen by the fine art auctioneer Christie, to provide text-message based alerts to its customers around the world.

Using Clickatell’s managed service, Christie will be able to inform customers via SMS about soon-to-be-released auction items likely to be of interest, and give pricing updates prior to, and during, auctions.

Christie’s SMS alert service is free to all customers. To subscribe, customers log on to Christie’s registration page and complete a simple enrolment process.

Customers will begin receiving email and SMS messages pertaining to auction items, announcements and other pertinent information no matter where they are in the world.

An increasing number of top performing businesses in their field are embracing SMS and mobile messaging as a key component of their customer relations, acquisition and retention strategies.

Clickatell is enabling these businesses, governments and communities to leverage the ubiquity of mobile messaging to inform, alert, notify, transact, interact and share information.

The company serves more than 8,000 customers, reaching more than 700 networks in over 200 countries.

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