), a carrier grade converged VoIP billing
software and customer management platform provider, offers services that help telecommunication service providers properly handle surveillance of a company’s services and monetary values on the market.
With “PortaBilling100,” one of its many offerings, companies can initiate, value and provision services in a low-maintenance application that can be installed and configured in less than an hour.
By supporting caller-ID-based VoIP billing, with both prepaid and postpaid billing models, as well as calling cards and account and PIN systems with IVR, the PortaBilling100 offers a Web-based interface making usability as easy as possible.
“PortaBilling100 is the only billing platform operators need to launch a wide array of telephony services, including low-cost international calling card systems (virtual or printed), or to offer telephony solutions for enterprise and residential markets,” company officials said, adding that the system can be utilized by wholesale VoIP carriers as well.
By using real-time authorization, authentication and billing engine, users receive services through the radius protocol for any VoIP gateway using a stop-accounting billing method.
According to company officials, in addition to the radius server, this specific PortaBilling100 application functionalities and features include:
· Full prepaid and postpaid billing support for any RADIUS based equipment
· ANI-based billing
· Wholesale termination billing
· Fully compatible with the rest of PortaOne products
· E-Commerce module - credit card clearing, customized invoices
· User portal - multilingual web interface
With its compatibility and easy deployment, PortaBilling100 is a user-friendly billing system that is ideal for reliability-conscious ITSPs.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire