Tekton looks to create an 'upheaval' in the UK billing market

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Following a beta launch earlier this year a new entrant to the UK comms billing market aims to 'create upheaval' among established channel billers as it seeks to 'set a new standard' in IT and comms billing services.

Tekton's ZOEY billing platform officially launches this month as a legacy-free carrier grade alternative, incorporating intelligence and integration capabilities that its developers say are important differentiators in the market. Powered by Terry McKeever, Tekton have overlaid the network level architecture from the current Zygo Enterprise Billing System and invested millions to exclusively develop an intuitive reseller-based platform.

"Our origins were born out of the fundamental need to modernise billing by pioneering carrier grade technology and building intelligence into a channel focused engine," stated Tekton Managing Director, Terry McKeever. "We are brand new, we don’t have any legacy restrictions and our features are built for a modern resale environment, so seamless integration with other apps has been a priority.”

Tekton provides various levels of integration, depending on the client’s required day-to-day operation, therefore users have as much or as little control over the management of their system, as required. "The platform offers channel resellers flexible billing that facilitate complex tariffing and bundling, in addition to a fully self-servicing portal," added McKeever. "Our aim is to contribute to an industry-wide improvement in the billing of telecommunications, while supporting clients through complicated integration and migration solutions."

According to Mr McKeever the beta launch prompted a number of early client wins including Assimilated Communications. He also noted that Tekton's product development roadmap will see truly unique additional features being launched, along with ZOEY, over the coming weeks.

Tekton will be exhibiting at Channel Live this September, come along and see how they plan to disrupt the billing space.