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Rev.io CEO Explains How Company Adds Value for Service Providers

February 14, 2018

Rev.io is at ITEXPO this week explaining how it gives service providers more flexibility to grow. The company provides cloud, communications, and IT service providers with billing and back office software-as-a-service solutions.

CEO Brent Maropis explains that Rev.io targets tier 2 and 3 service providers. That includes North American companies will half a billion dollars in revenue or less. CallTower, MagicJack, Ready Wireless, and Spectrotel are among its customers.

Businesses typically choose Rev.io as a replacement for the homegrown or legacy billing and back office solutions. That’s because Rev.io enables them to support more sophisticated and current business models. For example, the Rev.io solution allows service providers to embrace metered, usage-based, and recurring revenue models.

Rev.io recently released a RESTful API. That provides company with a super easy to use through which to do integrations, said Maropis.

Later this year the company plans to launch a payment platform that can do managed chargebacks and offer deeper integration and faster time to cash. Rev.io is also keep to help its service providers expand their revenue opportunities by supporting the delivery of Internet of Things service delivery.

ITEXPO is an event where telecom and IT professionals, C-levels and business owners, developers, and the channel all gather to learn in conference sessions and conduct business on the show floor. It is the annual meeting point where buyers of communications hardware and services can sit face-to-face with 100s of manufacturers and solutions providers in one place.

An array of events – including Asterisk World, The Blockchain Event, ChannelVision Expo, MSP Expo, and SD-WAN Expo are collocated with ITEXPO. These events are taking place this week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. For more information, or to register, visit.

Edited by Mandi Nowitz

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