Red Oxygen’s Office SMS wins “Editor’s Choice Award” for its Outlook SMS product

Nov. 20, 2006 – Brisbane, Queensland, Australia November 21, 2006. Red Oxygen announced today that it has been selected as editor’s choice by Softplatz. “We are always happy to win accolades about our product. The email to SMS product just makes sense. You should be able to send a text message from Outlook. We just do it better than anyone else.” Tom Sheahan, CEO of Red Oxygen. “We have been focused on the email to SMS market for the past five years. Our mature solution set supports Lotus Notes, Microsoft Outlook, IBM’s Sametime and any CRM solution”

About Red Oxygen

Established in Australia in 2001, Red Oxygen is one of the world’s leading developers and distributors of Enterprise SMS / Text messaging software applications and services. Red Oxygen combines the power of today’s email applications, instant messaging clients or CRM applications with the ease, convenience and mobility of SMS / text messaging. Their seamlessly integrated products allow users to utilise the full capabilities of their existing contacts address book to send SMS / Text messages to specific individuals or entire lists, all as easily as sending an email. Users can also have their calendar reminders automatically sent to their mobiles, send broadcast SMS / Text messages to large lists and even receive replies straight into their inboxes from message recipients. Red Oxygen software is available for Microsoft Outlook, Window, IBM’s Sametime, Outlook Express and IBM’s Lotus Notes.

Red Oxygen has over 140,000 clients across a broad array of industries and geographies. Their current customer list includes clients such as Pfizer, BMW, Qantas, Microsoft, Siemens, Panasonic, Deloitte, IBM, Accenture, Frito Lay, Billabong, 3M and others. These customers span Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and North America. Red Oxygen’s products are also distributed by HP, Swisscom Mobile, the largest mobile operator in Switzerland, and Vodafone Portugal, part of the world’s largest wireless cross-country operator.

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