Rev.io, the expert in sophisticated billing and customer management solutions, and NETXUSA, a value added CPE distributor that provides process automation, are announcing their robust integration with the goal of streamlining time-to-market for Communications and IoT Service Providers.
The partnership comes at a perfect time as VoIP services continue to grow. In fact, a recent study by Transparency Market Research projects the global VoIP services market to be worth US$136.76 billion by year 2020. The integration between Rev.io and NETXUSA will help users speed up activation time, ensure billing accuracy, and directly improve customer satisfaction.
“We are thrilled about this relationship and know this integration will open new doors for both of our customers,” says Evan Rice, VP of Sales and Marketing for Rev.io. “Our clients continue to grow 3x the industry average, and it is because of partnerships like this we can continue providing the best solutions for every client.”
Mutual customer, magicJack for BUSINESS, serves as the catalyst for the partnership. The company’s suggestion to eliminate manual processes internally ultimately inspired the integration.
“We would not have been able to launch in-market when we did if it were not for the efforts of the Rev.io team working against tight deadlines to deliver our needed functionality,” says Russell Lester, VP of Operations at magicJack.
Rev.io’s agile and adaptable billing platform is fully scalable and allows companies to monetize any pricing model – whether recurring, metered, or one-time service. With tax integration, unlimited rate plans, and CRM integrations, clients have the ability to fully automate their billing from proposal generation to ticketing and support.
NETXUSA, an Ingram Micro Company, delivers comprehensive VoIP solutions and transparency to supply chain management. NETXUSA’s distribution and solutions fulfillment complements the Rev.io product suite to shorten the time-to-market of new orders and improve client activation.
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