SchoolMessenger partners with Message Systems for e-mail delivery

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SchoolMessenger, a digital message delivery platform for schools, has selected e-mail services firm Message Systems for e-mail delivery services.

Santa Cruz, CA-based SchoolMessenger delivers the messages from schools to parents, students and staff, in order to keep the organizations in touch with the community.

SchoolMessenger sends millions of messages through voice, SMS text and e-mail every day and in order to support its growing business and the scale of this growth, they will now be working with Message Systems to help ensure e-mail deliverability.

“Efficient, secure and accurate message delivery is paramount to our business,” said Howard Wood, CTO of SchoolMessenger in a statement. “Above all, this collaboration will enable us to help schools meet their strategic goals of keeping students safe, reducing the dropout rate, and increasing parent involvement.”

The firm works with thousands of school districts and includes public schools, colleges, universities, private schools and other educational facilities, including the he New York City Department of Education and the Dallas Independent School District.

Messaging includes notifications about open house and student attendance, as well as alerting students, staff and families about weather conditions or on-campus emergencies.




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