MATRIXX digital monetization is a unique alternative to legacy billing approaches. Transparency, accuracy and trust become the new bywords for telco revenue management.
MATRIXX is the only platform that enables CSPs to overcome the limitations of traditional billing systems, delivering increased agility and a foundation for cost-efficient and seamless digital transformation.
A Connectivity Marketplace is a hub where various stakeholders can purchase, manage and integrate connectivity for a diverse array of devices. It operates in symbiosis with 5G’s speed, low latency and expanded capacity, facilitating a proliferation of opportunities for businesses to capitalize on the Internet of Things (IoT) and other cutting-edge technologies.
Sharing plans and allowances across any enterprise size is an approach to managing thousands of employees and their plans that gives real-time visibility of consumption at a company, department and employee level, and provides controls to manage thresholds and limits by the enterprise themselves.
With real world metrics of +77 Net Promoter Score, customer retention rates of 95% and 40% lower cost-to-serve, advanced consumer digital deployments have lead the way in delivering breakthrough customer experiences. The dash for growth, pandemic acceleration of digital adoption and B2B monetization platform scale are driving the same need and opportunity in the SME segment. The opportunity is now. The time is now.
With consumer markets relatively flat, the growth spotlight of telco executives and shareholders is focused on the enterprise market. With B2B business expected to contribute some 50% of telco revenue by 2025, the key question is where will that growth come from?
Small medium enterprises are the key growth engine for telcos. Serving them on their terms requires a new, dynamic monetization model and approach.
Olivier Smith, Technology Lead from the Office of the CTO at MATRIXX, Geoff Coleman, Chief Product Officer at Gotransverse, and Natasha Sachdeva VP Solutions Engineering at Mirakl, discuss how telecommunications companies are evolving, what we can expect from 5G, and how marketplaces can become more sticky.