Leading mobile technology company joins industry body AIME as sponsor member.

AIME, the UK’s leading trade organisation for interactive media and entertainment adds to its prestigious sponsor member list with veteran mobile billing and messaging provider txtNation.

Set up to represent the needs of the UK’s thriving digital media sector, AIME is a vital channel for new ideas and best practices, drawing upon the experience of leading lights from technology stalwarts like BT and OpenMarket.

txtNation joins organisations including ITV and Velti as sponsor of AIME, underlining the influence and importance of AIME as it steers the industry through the introduction of payment technologies such as Payforit and an increasingly complex regulatory landscape.

txtNation was founded in 2002 to enable global business to harness mobile technology, across its mobile billing and messaging platforms, including premium and bulk SMS. This is its first significant membership as a UK aggregator, joining its other accreditation’s and similar memberships in other markets.

COO, Ashley Cross said "txtNation and AIME share a passion for making mobile billing related services better for the industry and for consumers. Our sponsorship supports AIME to carry on its important work and underlines our commitment to learning from and advising our colleagues in the sector."

AIME includes network operators, aggregator and technology providers like txtNation, broadcasters, content publishers and regulatory authorities. Members work to address key industry issues and to build a trusted business environment, creating new opportunities and partnerships.

Through AIME, txtNation intends to foster excellence in the delivery and support of mobile technologies to global business, and continued support of consumers.

You can find out more about txtNation, its AIME sponsorship by visiting http://www.txtnation.com/about/call/, emailing sales@txtnation.com or calling +44 (0)203 283 8828. Latest news can be found on txtNation's blog at http://blog.txtnation.com.