Easily integrate secure messaging into your app and
leverage the power of the TigerConnect API.
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Design it. Build it. Message it. Our easy-to-use SDK gives you the tools, documentation, and code libraries you need.
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Leverage the immediacy and efficiency of texting to drive team productivity and get more done in less time.
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Discover innovative ways customers are using TigerText secure messaging to streamline communications.
Bring Your Application To Life
With TigerConnect, you get the power of a highly secure, ephemeral-based, enterprise-grade messaging platform without the cost or hassle of building a solution from scratch.
How companies are integrating TigerConnect:
Speed up team communications by introducing HIPAA-compliant secure messaging
Connect and communicate with your EMR and automate sending vital signs, lab results, images and more
Securely route alerts via legacy systems like answering service software, nurse on-call systems, and databases
Integrate SOX-compliant messaging
into an existing trading app
Build a custom-branded secure
messaging app for banking customers
Inform customers instantly of
suspicious activity or important
financial events, such as tax return
filing, bill payment, and loan approvals
Create a secure communication channel for attorneys and clients
Securely share evidence photos, videos, and documentation
Use reporting to confirm messages are sent, delivered, and read
Securely share IP such as new product designs or new markets
Collaborate safely with design teams to speed up development
Protect communications when doing business with foreign manufacturers
Protect confidential conversations and personal info like social security numbers
Negotiate salaries in private and
securely attach employment contracts
Enable recruiters to alert candidates
privately about new opportunities
Securely collaborate around new product features
Safely discuss acquisition or financing activities with VCs
Set up secure alerts for bug tracking, service interruptions, and other triggers