RESTON, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/22/13 -- IPsmarx, a leading softswitch, billing, and prepaid solutions provider, today announced the release of a Spanish language Portal that will enable bodegas, Hispanic wireless and retail stores and prepaid phone service providers to easily integrate and offer rechargeable international calling services. The PINless Recharge Portal includes PINless Recharge and Reseller Management, Mobile Top Up, and Rechargeable Calling Card solution in one easy to use interface with access for administrators, resellers, and end users. IPsmarx guides these customers along the way with a Spanish speaking sales, support, installation, training and support staff.
"Prepaid wireless vendors are already losing business to international phone card and pinless providers. By offering their own brand of phone cards and PINless calling service, they can make money on international VoIP calls in addition to domestic wireless," said Arash Vahidnia, president and CEO of IPsmarx. "This enables bodegas a simple way to make significant profits while providing an inexpensive and remarkably convenient way for their customers to stay in touch with friends and family oversees."
The PINless Recharge and Reseller Management software helps wireless and retail stores easily set up their own international VoIP calling service through three easy to use portals. The Admin Portal enables the provider to set up discounts and service fees, create brand name and design, customize Interactive Voice Response (IVR) to create advertisements, manage resellers and more. The Customer Portal allows customers to sign up, add minutes, and make payments directly online. The Reseller Portal allows resellers to add minutes to customer accounts by phone or in person, sign up new agents, and track commissions.
With the International Mobile Top Up solution your customers can purchase mobile time and safely send it to friends and family, to use on a prepaid wireless phone in other countries. Customers can add minutes directly on the customer portal, in person at the retail location, or by calling the reseller and providing the county, carrier and phone number.
"Retail stores need practical products and services that solve customers' real-time needs. We developed a competitive, fast and simple service, based on IPSMARX solution that allows our clients the ability to offer a reliable PINless service with a solid international Top Up solution," said Elkin Caicedo, president of Karr Communications. "Our Resellers find the easy to use portals to be the perfect recipe to gain not only the end user loyalty, but reseller commitment. We are providing a non-stressful system which allows them to generate revenue and save time because everything is in one place. We've been using IPSMARX platform for more than a year and our business is growing really fast."
The IPsmarx PINless Portal is available through at http://www.ipsmarx.com/Spanish.aspx or by calling (416) 645-1809.
IPsmarx is the leading provider of softswitch, billing and prepaid solutions for IP service providers. The company has spawned a new generation of IP pioneers from entrepreneurs and startups to substantial high growth businesses. IPsmarx now focuses on fulfilling a niche of businesses between the small open source providers and complex solutions provided to large telecommunications companies. The IPsmarx award-winning platform includes Class 4 and Class 5 softswitches, a SIP-based prepaid calling card and PINless platform, custom branded mobile applications, SIP trunking, and a multi-tenant IP-PBX platform with integrated billing and e-commerce.
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