MaxBill keeps growing worldwide and has implemented its multiple play customer management and billing solution for a new Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Southeast Asia.
This new ISP in Southeast Asia selected MaxBill and its multiple play solution in order to create a fully integrated multiple service environment from the launch of its service operations. The solution from MaxBill allows this ISP to manage the customer management and billing activities for its entire portfolio of voice, data and value-added services in a unified and efficient operational framework.
“Our message to service providers is that today there is no longer a need to use separate billing systems for each service. We are pleased to deliver our new ISP customer in Southeast Asia with our multiple play solution and support its correct decision to build a fully integrated customer management and billing operation from the start of its operations.”Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
The MaxBill system provides this new ISP in Southeast Asia the functionality for CRM, product catalogue, order management, rating and invoicing along with the capability to offer bundled service packages.
“Multiple play and its operational benefits are high on the agendas of most service providers throughout Asia-Pacific. We see tremendous opportunities for our multiple play solution in the region and have strong expectations for continued growth.”Kirill Rechter
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