New York-Based Asahi Technologies Launches Twilio API Development Services
New York-based company Asahi Technologies, offering software consulting and Web solutions to small and medium level businesses across North America, recently introduced Twilio API development services in New York.
Twilio is a cloud-based API designed to meet complex communication requirements of any business. It comes with exclusive features such as like API queuing, usage API and call recording. Officials at Asahi say the new service is suitable for small businesses looking out for a cost-effective, simple, full-fledged communications solution.
With business processes, Twilio can be ideal for SMBs for it offers plenty of advantages, from security to cost efficiency. It even lets developers to build a cloud API for text and voice messaging that can be easily integrated into Web applications. This cloud-based API is a well-known voice and text API used across six continents in 40 countries along with 100,000 developers.
In addition, Twilio improved data centers worldwide for efficiently routing VoIP traffic between customers and users.
“Twilio simplifies communication for even complex requirements, web programmers can use existing code, servers and databases to develop applications,” says Vinod Subbaiah, the CEO of Asahi Technologies. “At Asahi, we focus on building affordable and reliable communication channel for our clients and end users with Twilio API.”
Headquartered in New York City, Asahi Technologies specializes in responsive design, cloud computing, online marketing, mobile application development and open-source technologies. Under the leadership of Subbaiah, who himself started his career as a software programmer, Asahi Technologies’ team comprises of experienced software professionals having extensive knowledge of technology with B2C and B2B operations.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey