Strategic Imperatives named as a ﬁnalist in International Cloud Awards 2019-20 for Best Payment, Finance or Billing Solution.
Strategic Imperatives, a leading telecom subscription, and monetisation solutions provider today announced that its multi award-winning billing platform Elevate has been shortlisted as the Best International Payment, Finance or Billing Solution by the highly prestigious Cloud Computing Awards. Previous winners of this category include global leaders Zuora in 2018 and Chargify in 2019.
Strategic Imperatives is delighted to announce that its Elevate billing platform has been declared a finalist for Best Payment, Finance or Billing Solution at the International Cloud Computing Awards which celebrates the success of organisations that are shaping the future of the Cloud.
Strategic Imperatives’ transformational SaaS monetisation engine, Elevate, was created from the ground up for the modern telecoms market. Its focus is to meet the critical need for a modern billing solution that seamlessly powers service providers’ growth and enables them to monetise the continually evolving telecoms value chain. Elevate challenges how service providers perceive billing and transforms service monetisation into a modern, blazing fast, fully integrated, and extremely flexible cloud-native SaaS solution that is generations ahead.
Wail Sabbagh, Managing Director said: “To be shortlisted for our work at this international level and alongside such a high calibre of finalists is a huge honour and a true reflection of our relentless desire to continuously transform and improve how our customers do business.”
“This nomination comes as an extremely successful year for our team draws to a close. Our multi-currency capabilities have seen our customers launching in Australia, Ireland, France and Germany and our continued investment in Elevate has enabled our customers to rapidly roll out new brands, products, and services as well as streamlining their transition into the modern connected marketplace.”
Head of Operations for the Cloud Awards, James Williams, commented: “The Cloud Awards team already had a near-impossible task sorting the exceptional from the excellent and the bleeding-edge from the cutting-edge. Weighing both proven successes and exceptional promise across several unique categories is a constant challenge.”
He added: “We see organisations not only adopting leading technologies, but constantly innovating and leveraging their expertise to provide unprecedented levels of customer satisfaction.”
Since 2011, The Cloud Awards program has sought to champion excellence and innovation in cloud computing. This year, judges received entries from hundreds of organisations across multiple industries from around the globe, covering the Americas, Australia, Europe and the Middle East.
Final winners are to be announced on Thursday 30 January 2020.