New MVNO and IoT billing solution

Strategic Imperatives has launched MVNOconnect, a new module that integrates the company’s Elevate SaaS billing platform with Transatel’s universal cellular connectivity platform. This delivers a tailored solution for MVNOs and IoT providers.

This collaboration will offer service providers an innovative, real-time and cloud-native billing and provisioning solution. MVNOconnect looks to enable providers to effectively monetise new connectivity and digital services, as well as streamlining their business processes to manage the full customer lifecycle.

Philippe Vigneau, VP of business development, at Transatel said, “Billing and provisioning are critical components for any MVNO and IoT provider. Our MVNO-in-a-box proposition requires a ready-to-go billing counterpart to make processes quick and efficient for newcomers and experienced telcos alike. Strategic Imperatives are an excellent example of what MVNOs look for in a billing partner.”

MVNOconnect is available now from Strategic Imperatives as an optional module to users of Elevate billing and requires no upfront infrastructure or development investment.

Tim Sayer, COO, Strategic Imperatives (pictured below), added, “We are excited to be joining forces with Transatel to provide an off-the-shelf integrated MVNO & IoT solution that combines Transatel’s world-leading cellular platform with Strategic Imperatives’ pioneering billing solution, Elevate. With enhanced service offerings and newly monetised revenue streams, this combination will undoubtedly help keep service providers ahead of the competition.”

Transatel services offer UK providers what the company describes as ‘an MVNO in a box’. This provides real-time control on the EE network, secure, global cellular connectivity services, authentication and network management. The company has played a role in over 170 successful MVNO launches across Europe.

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