Billing & CRM Solution for B2B Service Providers
All-rounded billing solution that covers the core needs of B2B service providers to boost their growth and build better business processes
MaxBill is a service-agnostic solution that can be adjusted to fit your business model and adapted to complement internal business operations. Designed as an on-demand suite of services, MaxBill allows for industry-specific implementation of billing, customer service and data processing to serve your needs best. A multi-tenant architecture of the solution empowers service providers to manage complex partner agreements and revenue-sharing schemes.
MaxBill’s forward-thinking approach enables us to guide B2B service providers in their digital transformation, helping overcome any challenges they face along the way.
74 % of B2B vendors that implement Partner Relationship Management (PRM) say that they have more visibility into their partners’ pipelines.
Tailored to favor your business
The MaxBill architecture provides B2B companies with the capacity to shape own business models to match the general strategy. Our software allows businesses to have extensive control over service delivery, data analyses, customer experience and financial operations.
Billing Management / Invoicing
Simplify your billing and invoicing with automated processes and preset charging options to reduce cost and efforts needed to support the system.
Customer Relationship Management
Attract more clients and gain their loyalty with impeccable customer service. An integrated CRM allows for gathering and analysing data to get valuable insights and identify customer behaviour patterns.
Build fruitful partnerships with personalised offers, third-party integration, transparent billing and revenue operations, all within the same platform.
Advance your operations introducing multi-tiered revenue-sharing schemes, predicting customer behaviours and managing all the processes under a single solution.
MaxBill is proud to have many of the industry leaders as our clients who leveraged the possibilities of our cutting-edge billing platform.
Services:TV/ fixed/mobile telephony
“With MaxBill we were the 1st company in the Netherlands to introduce Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) and Loan management for Fiber equipment providing us with a significant market advantage. The MaxBill solution is also enabling us to roll out automated online migrations of complete areas where FTTH is introduced.”
Services:Utilities, broadband, telephony
“MaxBill allows us to turn our smart meter readings into competitive advantages and generate full value from our customers, while the possibilities for adding services supported by complex bundling scenarios are endless.”
“From our perspective, it is unique that the MaxBill product suite has adopted all our changes in the last two decades.”
After the COVID-19 pandemic had taken its toll on providers, many were forced to speed up their digitalization. Such transformation, however, should be carefully carried out in order to help businesses adjust to the new reality.
Telecommunication companies are constantly on the edge of innovation. In this ever-changing playing field, they should pay close attention to the needs of the clients. One of the many ways to do it is to set up effective communication.
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.
Introducing one of the company leaders — Val Morozov, a Vice President of Product Management. In this interview, he shares the most interesting insights and fun memories about working in MaxBill.
In the modern world, technologies develop so fast, that products, once deemed top-notch, very soon become just the norm. Therefore, telecoms need to come up with innovative decisions all the time.
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?
Distributed energy resources are influencing the utility sector more and more each year. It’s not a question anymore, whether or not the industry will be moving towards more environmentally-friendly solutions. It’s how this shift will be happening.
COVID-19 pandemic has changed economic and social life all around the world. What are utility service providers to expect during these challenging times? It’s worth looking into the most plausible scenarios.