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txtsmarter Delivers Data Compliance for Nonverbal Communications


February 26, 2019

Last May, GDPR went into action, joining the growing number of regulations and mounting checklist items organizations are faced with adhering.  In meeting the growing number of compliance requirements, businesses are putting customers first and investing in the future of the organization.

Today txtsmarter announced the official launch of its enterprise mobile communications compliance and governance platform to assist businesses capture nonverbal communications across social media and work platforms.

The ability to capture communications in seamless offers a big step in the direction of compliance, as the platform is currently supporting organizations spanning a wide spectrum of verticals – insurance, healthcare, finance etc.

txtsmarter touts the type of sophistication to protect companies from themselves – err, their employees. Recent research from Deloitte (News - Alert) notes that around a third of adults leverage their personal mobile devices for work-related purposes – making it imperative to ensure these applications are maintained within the scope of compliance.

 "With more and more communications being carried out on a multitude of mobile channels, the sheer complexity and scope of the problem can be overwhelming to compliance organizations. Mobile communication compliance and governance is not easy," explains Nuri Otus, txtsmarter founder and CEO. "txtsmarter is the modern solution for both compliance and governance organizations. Its SaaS (News - Alert) services are best-in-class for highly-regulated companies looking for a highly consumable, reliable and scalable way to capture, populate, search and audit their corporate communications across all mobile devices and applications."

Compliance is quickly becoming a key focus for organizations of all shapes and sizes. As communications drive organizational success, from credit card payments in the contact center, to the sharing of sensitive patient data, meeting compliance regulations for communications is critical.

How is your organization meeting compliance requirements?




Edited by Maurice Nagle