Mi-Pay has extended its mobile top-up and billing platform to offer enhanced multi-channel integration, easily-configurable settings and broader applications. Fully PCI Level 1 Certified, the platform facilitates mobile, online and ATM top ups as well as SIM purchase and post-paid billing solutions.
Supporting payments from over 150 countries, Mi-Pay Version 2.00 can process card, cash and direct payments in multiple languages from multiple hardware and transaction channels, enabling channel portfolios to be custom-built to meet operators’ exact market requirements. Smarter payment services can be tailored to suit specific country, cultural or system constraints without lengthy timescales, complex processes or heavy investment, claims the company.
Supporting Domestic and International Airtime Transfer, product payments and mobile agent based services, Mi-Pay Version 2.0 can deliver unified multi-channel services as either a managed outsourced or white label solution. It also has an extensive business intelligence and reporting capability, enabling financial service partners, retailers and agents to become proactively involved in building new prepaid mobile revenue streams.
Norman Frankel, CEO of Mi-Pay explained, “We have provided ‘platform as a service’ payments to mobile operators and MVNOs for over five years. The demand for bespoke and risk-free credit management solutions, has accelerated as players seek mobile content, applications and services to facilitate the booming pre-paid market.”
“Ensuring convenient and flexible access to airtime top-up or bill payments is now crucial to prevent customer churn, boost usage and lock consumers in. Solving the issue of anonymous customer relationships is also vital; as is generating returns from mobile advertising, and harnessing the operators own direct internet and mobile channels. With our Version 2.0 platform, we offer a wide range of easily integrated and configurable solutions that enable service providers to build an intelligent multichannel capability – providing more routes to market, increased access points for their customers and greater return on their prepaid investment.”
In addition to domestic and international prepaid top-up and payment, Mi-Pay Version 2.0 also provides a direct billing platform for operators looking to expand or outsource billing systems for phone-based fixed and mobile services.