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Company Overview of Twilio, Inc.
Twilio, Inc., a cloud communications company, provides application programming interfaces (APIs) to build communications applications. Its products include Voice that allows users to build voice and SMS applications, automate workflows and processes, analyze phone calls, build a call center, and route calls with an IVR; Twilio SIP that supports to add and integrate new applications to existing communications stack; Twilio client that allows browser, phone, or tablet to talk using a data connection; and Client Mobile that enables users to talk on their tablets and phones using their cellular data or WiFi connection. The company’s products also include Twilio SMS that enables to build applicat...
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San Francisco, CA 94104
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Twilio, Inc.
Co-Founder and Board Observer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Twilio, Inc. Key Developments
Twilio, Inc. Presents at 16th Annual Pacific Crest Global Technology Leadership Forum, Aug-11-2014 11:00 AM
Aug 7 14
Twilio, Inc. Presents at 16th Annual Pacific Crest Global Technology Leadership Forum, Aug-11-2014 11:00 AM. Venue: The Sonnenalp Hotel, 20 Vail Road, Vail, CO 81657, United States. Speakers: Lee Kirkpatrick, Chief Financial Officer.
Chartio Adds Twilio as a Data Source, Providing Business Intelligence for Phone, VoIP and Messaging Data
Jul 1 14
Chartio added Twilio as a data source to provide customers with additional capabilities for data exploration and visualization. With secure integration of multiple data sources and Chartio's user friendly dashboards, Twilio customers can now manipulate, and interact with their phone, VoIP and/or messaging data in addition to their other business data (Google Analytics, MySQL, Redshift, Oracle as examples) in an easy to use, flexible way. Zaask uses Twilio to setup a voice solution for customers to request a call back from the sales team. They loved how with Twilio the whole process took less than a day to implement, test and go live.
Twilio and Google Collaborate to Deliver Enterprise Communications on Chromebooks for Business
Jun 24 14
Twilio announced a collaboration with Google to deliver enterprise communications solutions on Chromebooks for Business. Known as Twilio CX for Chromebooks, the product combines Twilio's software and cloud-based communications platform and voice minutes with a Google Chromebook for Business and voice headset from Plantronics. With today's announcement, enterprises of all sizes can now eliminate much of the costly and complex telecommunications hardware and desktop phones needed to run typical enterprise communications systems. Twilio CX also enables organizations to take advantage of a new and more agile approach to communications, and build more contextual customer experiences. Twilio partner LiveOps is the first to bring the Twilio CX offering to market as part of their LiveOps Engage(TM) and LiveOps Voice Advantage for Salesforce solutions. Twilio CX consists of: Twilio Client with its WebRTC capabilities, enabling browsers to be turned into complete communications solutions. 7,500 Twilio minutes per month. Google Chromebook for Business: A Chromebook including management and support, allowing businesses of any size to easily deploy, scale and manage Chrome devices. Plantronics headset, for a high quality voice calling experience. Twilio CX is available for a monthly subscription fee via Twilio partners. The combination enables enterprises to turn capex to opex, lowering a company's hardware footprint. LiveOps will leverage Twilio CX to eliminate costly physical phones and desktop computers and transform the $2 billion enterprise contact center market. The LiveOps offering enables enterprises of all sizes to rapidly deploy a highly scalable, reliable, and multi-channel contact center in the cloud.
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