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A leader in Recurring Customer And Billing Management

goTransverse achieved the highest score in the recurring billing and payments management criterion, and scored among the highest in the following criteria:
– Product vision and corporate focus
– Roadmap planning
– Innovation roadmap
– Partner ecosystem
– Delivery model
– Commercial model

XaaS Case Study: Industrial IoT Monetization

IAS is creating big change with a unified, neutral cloud monetization platform for logistics operators all over the world.

Front Office, Meet Back Office

From CRMs to to credit card processors to catalog maintenance to order fulfillment to…well, you get the idea. In today’s sales world, whether your e-commerce, SaaS or service-driven, there’s a platform to automate and streamline…

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Launch New Products and Services Faster with Intelligent Billing

In this quickly evolving, consumer-driven world, we know speed and agility are key characteristics of a successful business. When market demands or user feedback indicates the desire for new products and services, a company that…

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Does Your Organization Need Intelligent Billing?

Here at goTransverse we talk a lot about the benefits of intelligent billing platforms, and we’re pretty convincing, if we do say so ourselves. After all, it’s what we do. But the reality is that…

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Enhancing the User Experience through Centralized Customer Interactions

Have you ever called a service provider with a simple problem, only to be bounced from department to department, repeating your name and contact information over and over and getting zero results? Suddenly the “simple…

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goTransverse Named to Constellation ShortList™ for Smart Services Digital Monetization Platform

We are proud to share that goTransverse has been included on the Constellation ShortList™ for Smart Services Digital Monetization Platforms for Q3 2018. To qualify for the Constellation ShortList, vendors have to meet 10 out of 14 criteria, including…

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Frankenstein’s System: The Trouble with DIY Billing Platforms

If your organization has outgrown its current billing platform, it’s a good bet you’re weighing the pros and cons of building a new platform in-house or contracting with a third-party SaaS and cloud-enabled software solution.…

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How Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Could Shape the Future of Intelligent Billing

In recent years, artificial intelligence has emerged from the realm of science fiction and become a very real tool that, depending on who you talk to, will either leave humans jobless and purposeless or improve…

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How to Streamline Your Billing Process for Multiple Products and Services

When it comes to increasing revenue, improving customer relationships and building up that bottom line, it’s no secret that diversified product and service lines are a powerful advantage. That’s why the hordes of software companies…

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What We’re Talking About When We Talk About Usage and Rating

“Usage and rating” is a phrase that gets thrown around a lot in the world of billing, but for folks who aren’t quite as intimately familiar with billing models and processes as we are here…

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Webinar Recap: What to Know Before Purchasing a Quote-to-Cash Solution

Architecting and launching a full quote-to-cash solution is no small feat. The ability to accommodate your customers’ needs in today’s digital landscape requires more than a simple tweaking of your internal processes; it requires total…

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Consumption-Based Billing: Beyond the Simple Subscription

Subscription models have taken off in recent years in just about every industry. From corporate SaaS offerings to monthly clothing deliveries, companies across countless sectors have embraced the benefits of subscriptions as a reliable source…

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Revenue Recognition and ASC 606: A Primer

A new set of rules from FASB (Financial Accounting Standards Board), called ASC 606, is aiming to standardize the methodology of revenue recognition for revenue from customer contracts, and bring US GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting…

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