ebpSource, a provider of high-volume electronic billing and payment (EBP) and electronic invoicing and payment (EIP) services for tier 1 banks, telecoms and payment processors, has announced a new strategic partnership with SSC Solutions (SSCS) of Thailand. SSCS is an award-winning IT developer and applications integration specialist, focused on the delivery of document workflow, data management, knowledge management and payment services.
The ebpSource/SSCS partnership is intended to help clients in the Southeast Asia region ‘unwire’ the enterprise – by delivering bills, statements, documents, invoices and other regular transactional information to multiple, fully-integrated customer channels; from online banking and customer portals, to smartphones, tablets, kiosks, branch and ATM networks.
“E-billing and e-invoicing represent a major growth area in the region and we are extremely pleased to have teamed up with the world leaders in this space,” says Fred Chan, CEO of SSC Solutions. “This partnership brings together two centres of excellence that promise the best of both worlds – globally proven expertise and innovation, delivered with local knowledge and support.”
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