MaxBill keeps growing in the gaming sector and has partnered with 888 Holdings, one of the world’s most popular online gaming operators and solution providers.
888 Holdings maintains a B2C line of business that directly operates a number of prominent online gaming sites under its 888 brand. A B2B business unit of the company provides turnkey solutions based on its proprietary gaming technology and associated platforms to other operators of online gaming sites.
The MaxBill solution is being used by 888 Holdings for both its B2B and B2C business units to create a standardized framework to streamline and manage its business processes relating to customer and partner management, reconciliation and billing. MaxBill provides 888 Holdings with a unified platform and an essential set of tools to define and manage the unique business relationships the company maintains with its online gaming operator customers and the complex revenue sharing schemes it has with third-party content providers.
“MaxBill has proven experience in the gaming space and we have strong expectations. By consolidating and streamlining business processes on the MaxBill solution, we are improving the efficiency and security protection of our operation and the way we work with our customers and partners.”Andrew Anthony, Director of Finance Project Delivery at 888 Holdings
By supporting any business model with automated processes, MaxBill improves the business agility, security and capacity of 888 Holdings by allowing the company to enter into multilayered business agreements and tiered revenue sharing schemes with its customers and partners. MaxBill also significantly expands the business parameters available and reduce the resources required to support these agreements.
“We are pleased to be expanding in the gaming industry and welcome 888 Holdings as a MaxBill customer. 888 Holdings has a strong and globally recognized brand for which we are proud to provide our modern and multi-play billing solution.”Kirill Rechter, CEO at MaxBill
MaxBill is excited to collaborate with Carsten Korgaard and Lars Enström to bring positive changes to the Nordic market. We’ll be combining our expertise to deliver the best billing and partner management solution to the local service providers.
We are delighted to start a collaboration with Galp Energía, the leading Portuguese corporation, dedicated to providing the world with energy in an efficient, safe and accessible way. We are looking forward to successful cooperation in the years ahead.
MaxBill is proud to present the technological report that showcases the achievements of the first half of the 2020. Learn more about the innovative directions the company is taking, which technologies it’s focusing on and how it is benefitting our partners and clients.
The iGB team had announced that the shows will are pushed back to the summer of 2021 when there are fewer health safety issues. For now, The iGB Live! online platform comes forward as primary networking and content resource, with free registration. We’ll see you there.
Knowledge exchange is highly valuable to everyone on the MaxBill team. We love to participate in events that facilitate conversations inside the communities. Recently, Svetlana Gildebrandt, HRD at MaxBill, joined the speakers at the HR Days 2020. We share her insights about the conference in this interview.
Attending the ICE London conference and trade show is one of the yearly highlights for MaxBill. We love making connections and building strong partnerships in the gaming industry. Despite the pandemic concerns, we’re definitely are planning to attend the event in April of 2021.
At the beginning of March, a global pandemic was pronounced by the World Health Organization. Since then, MaxBill has taken all the necessary measures to adjust to the new reality, while keeping its employees safe and its partners happy.
Carrier billing seems to help gaming operators draw in the audience and bring additional revenue. Should most operators provide their customers with this payment method or does it look better in theory than in practice?