Our Story

Thank you for taking a look at our product, we appreciate the time. People ask me why we came up with Texting Base.

The answer surprises some people...because I could not find it anywhere.

Every major Holiday for many years I would check "Lycos", "Alta Vista", "Excite" and I would "Ask Jeeves" to see if someone had invented a way I could send out personalized scheduled messages to all my friends, family and clients.

Finally "Google" took over, and that did not yield results so it became clear no one had invented this product. So Holiday after Holiday I would send out messages 40 at a time to let people know I cared in what I would best describe as "painstaking". This texting process cut into my family time and I started to dread the Holidays because it took forever and was mind-numbingly boring.

I also noticed it wasn't appreciated as much as the handful of personal messages I would send.

It became my life mission to get this product developed.

In 2014 we brought on Carlos Sang to work on coding the project and we've been humming along ever since.

-Eric Beans

Our Team

Eric Beans


Carlos Sang

Senior Developer

Laila Archer


Our Board & Advisors

Kim Partoll

Advisor: Ops

Dan Wilson

Advisor: Business

Steve Kester

Advisor: Sales

Jason Beans

Advisor: Medical

Our Timeline


February 14

Eric Beans forms Texting Base, INC in Orlando FL


August 14

Texting Base Raises 200K

May 26

Carlos Sang joins TB as Software Developer


May 1

Scott Bell joins TB as CTO

May 30

Texting Base becomes Registered Trademark

September 9

Texting Base Wins Best Marketing Automation Product by Orlando Awards Program

April 23

Non Provisional Patent is Filed

May 6

Alpha/Beta Starts: 1st Paying Customer

July 14

Kimberly Partoll, Ex-COO of AOL Comes on Board

September 29

Public "Beta" Begins


September 26

Texting Base releases TCPA Compliance AI features

December 6

Texting Base is issued U.S. PATENT # 9,516,478 B2

February 3

Texting Base acquires 100th paying customer

October 1

Texting Base releases v2 with enterprise features