ORLANDO, Fla. — Texting Base, Inc. announced today the issuance to it by the United States Patent Office of a patent that covers the process of personalizing group texting in the sweeping trend of communication personalization.
The patent for invention number 9,516,478 B2 is a system or method for including functionality which requires a primary user to upload contact information having unique recipient data, storing the data into a database and create group messages having core content and unique recipient data.
“This patent makes us the industry leader when it comes to the ability to personally reach important contacts with unique messages,” said Eric Beans, CEO of Texting Base. “Texting is a very personal form of communication while group texting has always been impersonal. Owning the intellectual property for personalizing group messages is a crucial step for us on our quest to change the way mass communications are handled,” added Beans.