Iquity introduces new e-billing system.
US-based Iquity Systems has launched Sarek, its new real time e-billing system for Internet service providers (ISPs).
The system offers a direct billing facility to ISPs, enabling them to bill their customers for calls to the service and then pass on the interconnect slice to the telecomms provider - giving the ISPs a greater proportion of each call.
Sarek's billing and payment transactions are all web-based. The system also enables ISPs to offer postpaid or prepaid services and to vary call costs for example to encourage users to call at off peak times.
Other features include easy implementation and a modular design, with an ability to share most modules with other Iquity products. Availability and pricing were not revealed.
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