The year 2011 brought a bunch of innovations to the ASPSMS System and SMSBLASTER.COM:
ASPTOKEN increases the security of any Log In Process by sending an SMS Code to the users mobile phone. This technique is also known as smsTAN, mTAN, or mobileTAN. In contrast to common systems there is no additional equipment needed, such as check lists or card readers. ASPTOKEN is easy to integrate in existing solutions. ASPTOKEN in combination with Username and Password enables a highly secure and manipulation free Log In.
Your Mobile Phone can easily be synchronized with SMSBLASTER Web Edition using the Open Source Synchronization Server Funambol community forge.
To improve the usability of the Outlook Mobile Service we have changed the way incoming SMS are displayed. Now not only the mobile phone icon but also the originators of the SMS are displayed in the Outlook inbox.
We have built the SOAP Webservice from scratch and added new functionality. The SOAP Webservice will be the core interface to connect to the ASPSMS System and the method of choice for most developers. From Two-Factor Authentication ASPTOKEN to Bulk SMS, anything you can possibly think of can be implemented with the ASPSMS SOAP interface. All features are supported, such as ASPTOKEN, request remaining credits, delivery notification and a lot more.