“mobileStorm thrives on your success in reaching customers”

Who We Are

When our CEO founded mobileStorm in 1999, it wasn’t because of an amazing idea he had or the fact that mobile was going to be the next major tech revolution. No, his goal was much simpler than that, he wanted to be free. Free to make his own decisions, free to innovate at his own pace, and free to work with whomever he wanted to.

Our roots are deeply cemented in freedom (very much like this great country we live in). We offer flexible hours; employees are encouraged to decide how to best use their time. We don’t manage top down, everyone is encouraged to make his or her own decisions and we all fly coach.

We work hard to extend freedom to our clients. We free up large quantities of our clients’ time because we don’t believe enterprise platforms should be complicated to use (we are smitten with HTML 5). We also do things a bit backwards, like we don’t require long-term contracts, set-up fees or charge for messages on a CPM basis. Every tier we offer practically comes with the same technology, services and support, you just get a bit more stuff with the higher tiers.

A salary is just icing when you love what you do. Jared realized this, in his words, not early enough, and firmly believes that if everyone at mobileStorm can experience on some level the same freedom he gets as the CEO, then Storm Troopers (that’s us) will be incredibly passionate and dedicated, and everyone we work with, especially our clients, whom we love, will benefit. But it doesn’t stop there; even our technology is developed so that our customer’s customer has the freedom to decide how they want to be communicated with (email, SMS or mobile apps anyone?). As a Communication Service Provider (CSP), our mission is to help companies communicate with as much relevance as possible. That way, everyone is free, from the ISP who delivers email to the consumer who desperately wants to engage with messages that mean something.

When you are working with us, whether you are an employee, client or vendor, we encourage you to push the boundaries. Life is too short to not enjoy where you spend most of your waking hours. So if you have some free time on your hands, see what makes us happy. Take a tour of our offices, and check out our core values.


Our Core Values

Company core values


Make Decisions
We believe decisions should be made by the person closest to the issue, or the one who will be most affected by it. Everyone at mobileStorm is the CEO of his or her goals. The only thing we require before making a decision, is to have some data, and ask the advice of others before executing it.


Have a Healthy Work/Life Balance
A happy employee is one where work, fun, and health are in balance. We take breaks when we feel like it, we exercise and eat right, we always achieve our goals, and we believe laughter is the slash (/) between work and life.


Practice Transparency
By sharing information often, all of us are able to make better decisions. By being honest with our customers, they will trust us with their most precious asset, their customers.


Be Legendary
Being legendary is all about creating an experience that someone will never forget. Be it a co-worker, client or partner, we are always empathic to our audiences needs; be a legend and strive for greatness while exceeding expectations.


Thirst for Knowledge
We have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. We listen, we ask questions, we read, and we document what we learn. We are always challenging ourselves to learn more so we can become the best we can be.


Leadership Team

Jared Reitzin


Founder & Chairman

Ojas Amin


EVP, Product & Technology

Jared Reitzin


Founder & Chairman


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