Visible is a new, US-based, digital carrier that offers a consumer-friendly mobile service on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.

Visible by Verizon: A New Kind of Phone Service

Visible is the first all-digital, cloud-based wireless carrier in the US. As a challenger brand, they are looking to disrupt the market through simpler pricing and excellent customer service.

 

We wanted a new digital stack for Visible that would give us the freedom to innovate quickly in the market.”
Adil Belihomji Head of Engineering, Visible

Visible’s Digital Experience Ambition

Visible by Verizon wanted to reach price sensitive, heavy data users that value convenience, transparency and great customer service. They partnered with MATRIXX Software to:

  • Deliver a break-through, fully app-based experience
  • Put users in control, with simple, transparent pricing
  • Create a low-touch, low-cost operating model
  • Avoid retail headaches and deliver a better call center experience
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Visible by Verizon: Disrupting the US Wireless Market

Simple Pricing

$40 per Month

Best Network

Verizon 4G LTE

No Contracts

Leave at Any Time

Handset Financing

With 0% APR

Referral Program

Discounts for Friends

Visible Connect

Supporting Nonprofit Startups

Only MATRIXX: Embracing Cloud Technology

Visible by Verizon deployed MATRIXX Digital Commerce and Salesforce Vlocity as part of a complete cloud-based solution because they wanted to:

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Adil Belihomji
All cloud infrastructure gives us the business agility we need and lets us scale quickly.”
Adil Belihomji Head of Engineering, Visible

How MATRIXX Delivered for Visible by Verizon

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Cloud-Ready Software

The MATRIXX solution is suitable for deployment in public, private and hybrid cloud environments

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API-Based Integration

Cloud components and network systems can be added quickly without heavy systems integration

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Out-of-the-Box Use Cases

The commercial teams could quickly select from building blocks to create a differentiated proposition

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