Leading SMS Marketing System GT NOTIFY Now 3G Ready
Singapore, Singapore, January 26, 2016 –(PR.com)– GT NOTIFY, a leading all-in-one SMS marketing system developed and engineered by Grep Tech Pte Ltd in Singapore is now 3G network ready.
In response to the three major telecommunication companies’ decision to cease all 2G network services in Singapore from April 2017 onwards, Grep Tech Pte Ltd has re-engineered their SMS solution to ensure that all users can benefit from a faster and more reliable 3G network connection.
The upgrade will be seamless and completely transparent to existing users, who will still be able to operate on 2G network connection in other countries where 2G network connection is still available and widely used.
The 3G upgrade marks the end of a very productive year for Grep Tech Pte Ltd, after GT NOTIFY has been listed as a pre-approved solution for funding through SPRING Singapore’s Innovation & Capability Voucher (ICV) scheme, much to the advantage of SME business owners in Singapore, who can now get GT Notify for free.
Now that the upgrade is complete, Grep Tech Pte Ltd will be focusing on venturing deeper into the South East Asian region in the new year with seeking local companies and forging partnerships and a network of distributorship to reach end users while the company focuses on further product development.
Business owners and marketing professionals who would like to find out more developing a solid marketing strategy with the use of GT Notify SMS Notification System can attend one of the free monthly business seminars hosted by Grep Tech Pte Ltd.
“As a SME business owner myself, I host monthly business seminars to share the proven benefits of SMS marketing and how GT Notify can play a part in developing a cheap, yet comprehensive marketing strategy for small businesses who do not have huge resources for advertising. We are also constantly working on improvements to the solution, including being 3G ready. We want to evolve along with infrastructure and market conditions,” explains Grep Tech’s General Manager.