The Hub of Cloud Communications
- Business Operation
- Machine to Machine Payments
SimpleSignal delivers services through multiple channels, whether that’s through wholesale partners or white labeling or directly to an end user. It’s a wide range of products - large scope - and offered both as usage based and subscription based services. The platform of choice had to have the qualities of traditional telecommunications billing but also the innovation, flexibility and scalability of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) billing.
About The Customer
Founded in 2004, SimpleSignal, now Vonage Business, has now grown into the leading SaaS provider of cloud-based voice, video, mobility and collaboration services that integrate directly into business workflow and applications that people work with every d
SimpleSignal’s decision to pursue a usage rating and billing platform vendor which understood the challenges they faced and ability to provide solutions that help them succeed is driving desired results. SimpleSignal settled on implementing the EngageIP Usage Rating and Billing platform by LogiSense.
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