In the communications sector, many companies are stuck with outdated billing systems that can’t integrate usage data with rating and invoicing, a significant inhibitor to deploying new pricing plans. On top of that, these companies are constantly wrestling with how to stem the revenue loss from traditional services. Complicating it all, compliance, taxation, and government regulations are constantly changing, forcing companies to modify core business processes.
BillingPlatform enables communications companies to meet 100% of their business needs with a cloud-based solution supporting the complete order-to-cash process in a single solution.
A successful cloud business requires more than just basic billing to grow. It takes a highly configurable, agile billing platform to adapt and lead the market.
BillingPlatform provides flexibility, scalability, and speed of delivery unparalleled to any other cloud billing system available. We give you the power to easily support any monetization model, the synergy to support a large and evolving ecosystem, and the agility to dramatically increase speed to market and capture opportunities before the competition.
The traditional finance industry is rapidly evolving with technological innovation despite having to rely on legacy systems. Meanwhile, FinTech start-ups are disrupting the industry and bringing solutions that offer better customer service and greater convenience at a lower price. To combat these disruptors, financial institutions are exploring ways to serve customers more effectively through analytics and additional digital banking technologies. As a result, supporting the finance industry will only grow more complex over time.
Fortunately, BillingPlatform is a secure, cloud-based solution capable of flexing to any business model and adapting to global, regional, and local compliance standards.
As a franchisor, your main priority is helping franchisees focus on delivering an exceptional experience to their customers. That means you need a system in place with the tools to track and manage disparate contract terms, easily adjust pricing changes and charge for rent, equipment fees or add-ons such as cleaning, advertising, or any other requirement specific to your business, while supporting franchise operations and royalties.
BillingPlatform offers sophisticated franchise management that automates the monetization process between franchisors and franchisees.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming our world in incredible ways. Companies are equipping everyday objects with internet- and data-accessible devices that can provide new value to their customers. IoT applications are extremely scalable and versatile, which means billing systems must be as well.
With BillingPlatform, innovative companies have an agile solution for gathering data from any connected device and converting customer usage into lucrative revenue streams. Already, we support enterprises in several niches, including bike-sharing, by monetizing usage data collected from IoT devices around the world.
Historically, the media and entertainment industry has been dominated by recurring and one-time revenue models. While still relevant, the space is expanding to offer new types of pricing packages that keep consumers engaged in an age where they are inundated with content. Now, enterprises must be able to handle massive volumes of transactions and manage complex scenarios involving usage, bundled, and subscription pricing for all kinds of streaming platforms, from movies and music to educational content.
BillingPlatform can support endless configurations for media products and entertainment platforms.
In the Software and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) industries, pricing models are evolving as fast as the underlying technologies. Companies are deploying combinations of one-time, “as-a-service,” metered, and subscription billing models and offering tremendous flexibility to their customers.
In the travel, transportation, and logistics industry, businesses must streamline operations with flexible and sophisticated systems. Airports have to manage revenue collection for many activities, including flight movements, aircraft parking, ground power, retail, and more. Logistics companies need to manage vast inventory and shipping databases, as well as leverage data, such as distance traveled and weight or speed of delivery, to accurately account for services.
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