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Creative image licensed Capacity Media Committed to excellence in enterprise mobile messaging and SMS communications, we are delighted to announce that Soprano has won the Best Strategic Partnership award at the 2017 Messaging an SMS World Awards The awards recognise the global achievement and success of messaging vanguards over the last 12 months. After a … Read more

One thing we really love doing here at Soprano is taking our passion and innovations for enterprise mobile messaging to the world! We want businesses and government organisations to have smarter mobile communication at their fingertips. It’s that’s simple. We’re so pleased to again be acknowledged for our export efforts being named a NSW finalist … Read more

A growing trend away from consumer apps to secure messaging apps is about to get a significant global boost as some of the world’s biggest software companies embed mobile payment platforms in their messaging applications.

Identity theft and hacking until now have been the main drivers for the enterprise and government sectors to move to secure messaging. But that is rapidly changing. And everyday transaction payment capabilities in secure messaging apps will be a key driver with the ubiquitous spread of the “app culture”.

Soprano Design, a world leader in developing secure messaging technology, told the OTT Summit in Sydney the introduction of payment apps in everyday business by banks and credit card companies is going to accelerate the introduction by the mobile messaging giants.

Soprano Design discusses secure messaging and the future of SMS and payment platforms at the Australian OTT Summit

“In the history of mankind, the strategic landscape has not changed as quickly as it is at the moment and in this messaging space it’s certainly accelerating,” the company representative said.

“As one of China’s biggest online companies, TenCent’s WeChat, moves successfully into the mobile market, acquiring hundreds of millions of users, they’ve already introduced payment capabilities into the mobile apps.”

He said the simple daily activities like paying for a coffee will be transacted using an app.

“I click the icon of the coffee shop as I would if I wanted to be friends with you, if we’re just going to chat, and I can then pay for my coffee in the actual messaging app,” he explained.

“They only launched it last year and they’ve got 200 million credit cards. Of 600 million, one-third have now put out their credit card, linked it to their messaging application and are using that to conduct transactions.”

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  We’re wrapping up a fantastic year here at Soprano with the receipt of the prestigious Export Award for both New South Wales and all of Australia for information and communications technology. Now in its 53rd year, the Australian Export Awards recognise Australian companies engaged in international business that have achieved sustainable growth through innovation … Read more

Interest in cybersecurity isn’t limited to technical types. In fact, the King of Spain himself sought out Sitmobile co-founder Marc Bonavia at Mobile World Congress 2015 to chat about how Sitmobile and Soprano products protect privacy and secure data. That interest didn’t go unnoticed; Spanish newsmagazine ABC wrote an article about it that we’ve translated … Read more

What’s interactive, automated, and ready for a test run just a few days from now? It’s our brand new online interactive sales demo experience to showcase the award-winning SOPRANO GAMMA secure mobile messaging app for business, and you can see it live yourself on 23-24 September. The entire Australia Soprano sales team, as well as … Read more