e-TXT provides companies an additional channel to engage with their Customers and Constituents via the SMS channel which is embraced and trusted across multiple generations. 97 percent of smartphone users now text and 98 percent of texts are read, says a report by Pew Research Center, 2015.
e-TXT has configurable payment processing options which can be configured as per the needs of the users
The company also offers a Distributed Internet Server solution platform (DIS), named Op40. It is a secured delivery platform for the emerging Internet of Things marketplace. Op40 is a middleware that delivers secured Internet transactions and data, in emerging IoT markets per OpenFog standards for Cloud and Edge computing processes. Op40 has also developed an electronic e-ticketing reservation application for mass transportation markets. Bus and railway station management and their ticketing functions can be operated through this platform by integrating it with the existing systems embedded within its unified internet framework managed by DIS. Being hosted in the cloud, Op40 collects extensive data to provide customized reports. Its user-friendly features help travelers to buy e-tickets simply by using their mobile devices.
Headquartered in Omaha, the company is lead by Mike Wofford (Chairman and CEO), Tom Foley (SVP Digital Solutions), and Brad Mellott (SVP Strategic Partnerships). Since 2009, GTSG has successfully catered to non-profits and organizations in political and retail sectors. The company, now, plans to extend its e-TXT to financial institutions as a medium for two-way messaging. Keeping updated with the innovative online payment procedures, GTSG is nimble in integrating new features in its solutions and, currently, is preparing to move into South American and European markets.