WEST CHESTER, PA - United Messaging Inc., the leading Messaging Application
Service Provider (ASP), today launched the expansion of its consulting
and hosted mailbox services into the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
market with the opening of its London and Amsterdam facilities. With this
expanded global presence, United Messaging is now solidly positioned to
capitalize on the growing demand for global messaging-focused consulting
and outsourced messaging services. (Source: United Messaging)
United Messaging has experienced significant success within the United
States with its Microsoft Exchange and POP3 services and is now looking
towards European, Middle Eastern and Asian markets (EMEA). Having opened
offices in both London and Amsterdam, United Messaging is well on its
way to securing a strong foothold in the messaging Application Service
Provider (ASP) industry.
Messaging has strengthened its 24x7 support to include support for 11
languages to satisfy the needs of multinational corporations. United Messaging
has also appointed President and Chief Operating Officer, Robert F. Jones
as president of United Messaging Limited to manage the EMEA operations.
In addition to Mr. Jones' appointment to President of EMEA operations,
United Messaging has hired Stephen Wilson, formerly a Lotus consulting
unit director, to head up EMEA consulting services; another Lotus executive,
John Bird, formerly a services director has been appointed Vice President
of Sales. Simply put, United Messaging has put together a top notch messaging
From a user perspective this is good news. United Messaging will be able
to provide messaging services to your organization regardless of location.
Beyond the benefits of increased data center locations, United Messaging
has good technical talent; physical resources and the necessary venture
capital funding required to continue operations well into the foreseeable
future. In our opinion, United Messaging is taking all the appropriate
steps to ensure an upper rung on the ASP ladder and we further believe
that their backend technology rivals that of any competitor.