MaxBill has proved to be a trusted partner by multiple companies across Europe. One more service provides decided to benefit from the modern billing solution: the MaxBill product suite was deployed for RoutIT in the Netherlands.
RoutIT is an independent service provider offering Internet connectivity and VoIP-based telephony services. RoutIT is targeting small to medium-sized enterprises across the Netherlands with a unique B2B2C business model. The company brings its services to the market through the largest nationwide network of sales channels and reseller partners. KPN, the leading telecommunications and ICT service provider in the Netherlands, is an investor in RoutIT and the two companies are cooperating to expand market coverage of the SME segment in the Netherlands.
MaxBill implementation in RoutIT is aimed to help enhance the partner revenue sharing capabilities with its nationwide network of resellers and to centrally process the invoicing and collection activities for its reseller partners’ end customers. The advanced rating and reconciliation capabilities of MaxBill along with the flexible product management features allow RoutIT to package and price service offerings tailored to individual reseller partners, including white-labelled offerings. RoutIT selected MaxBill to replace an internal legacy system.
“We work in an incredibly competitive market with high volumes and low margins. With MaxBill, we and our partners have the flexibility and creativity to adjust to constantly changing market conditions and increase our revenues from new market opportunities.”Jan Hein de Baat, CEO of RoutIT
The multiple play capabilities of MaxBill position RoutIT to continue to grow its business and expand into additional service offerings, such as mobile communication and value-added services.
“RoutIT has created an impressive operation that is backed by a strong network of resellers. We are very pleased that our MaxBill system is an essential component of RoutIT’s business strategy and growth plans.”Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
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