MaxBill is happy to announce that NetEnt, a leading digital entertainment company, has selected the MaxBill solution for the company’s global online gaming operation.
NetEnt provides premium gaming solutions to over 200 online casino operators worldwide, including 888.com, bet365, betfair, bwin, William Hill and many others. The company’s CasinoModule is a complete virtual casino that includes a state-of-the-art portfolio of online video slot games and a variety of live casino games as well as a set of back-office management tools.
NetEnt has selected the MaxBill solution to automate its billing and partner reconciliation processes. MaxBill will provide NetEnt with a modern framework to efficiently configure and manage the contracts with its online casino operator customers.
“We have been impressed with MaxBill’s growing presence in the online gaming space and we know the company is working with some of the leading online casino operators and gaming technology providers. MaxBill will help us to simplify the management of the complex agreements we have with our customers and partners while expanding the overall capacity of our business”.Urban Gullefors, Group Finance Manager at NetEnt
MaxBill will be integrated with NetEnt’s existing back-office tools and data in order to improve the accuracy of billing and partner reconciliation as well as expand business parameters available for contracts with customers and partners, that will include complex revenue-sharing schemes and multilayered business agreements.
A multitenant architecture of MaxBill will allow each NetEnt business units to manage its own network of relationships with different online gaming operator customers and external gaming provider partners. MaxBill will be deployed as a SaaS solution that will be operated on a private cloud environment.
“NetEnt is another prominent player in the online gaming space that we are proud to be working with as a new customer. We have developed a strong market position in the online gaming vertical in recent years and are happy to see the growth and evolution on our modern multi-play capabilities”.Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
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