MaxBill partners with FPT Information System (FPT IS) to integrate MaxBill’s solution for Modern Billing into FPT IS’ portfolio of OSS/BSS solutions. The two companies are also cooperating on billing solutions for telecommunications, utilities and municipalities. Other areas of cooperation include marketing, sales and project deployment and support activities.
FPT IS is a global system integrator with a prominent market presence in Southeast Asia, EMEA and the Americas. FPT IS is partnering with MaxBill to strengthen and expand the billing solutions that it delivers to telecommunications service providers, utilities companies and municipalities.
“Our strong implementation and support capabilities combined with MaxBill’s modern approach to billing and customer management creates a compelling value proposition for any telco, utility company or municipality. We are excited to fortify our solution portfolio with MaxBill and are looking forward to bringing its Modern Billing capabilities to service providers worldwide.”Duong Dung Trieu, CEO of FPT Information System
The MaxBill solution empowers service providers to succeed in rapidly changing and highly competitive markets with a modern approach to billing and customer experience management. MaxBill enables service providers in a range of vertical markets to monetize both traditional and innovative business models and profit from providing a unique customer experience that supports nearly any strategic initiative.
“We are very proud to be working with FPT IS and have strong expectations for this partnership. FPT IS has an incredible market presence and impressive implementation capabilities that will certainly extend the market reach for our MaxBill solution.”Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
FPT Information System and MaxBill are already jointly pursuing a number of opportunities across the world.
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