OSG Billing Services (Booth 524) has announced an agreement to manage invoice presentment and distribution services for ABS-CBN International, which brings Tagalog-language TV and radio programming to more than 100,000 Filipino residents in North America.
OSG Billing Services is providing invoice consultation services, new capabilities for design, electronic composition, printing and mailing for ABS-CBN, along with increased messaging resources and highlight color capabilities to emphasize important information to customers.
ABS-CBN is using OSGs products to add marketing and upselling capabilities to its billing. OSG Billing Services offers us versatility that goes beyond the printed bill, says Rafael Vizcarra, manager of revenue reporting for ASB-CBN International. The OSG Dynamic Messaging option offers ABS-CBN the chance to provide customers with a one-stop-shopping experience, by promoting our wide array of services on a monthly basis.
ABS-CBN also can use OSG Billing Services online invoice management tools, OSG Insight and OSG View. OSG Insight allows ASB-CBN to monitor the invoice process securely on the Web and OSG View provides their customer service staff with an online view of invoices in a PDF.
ABS-CBN International is a subsidiary of ABS-CBN, the Filipino media and telecommunications conglomerate headquartered in Manila. ABS-CBNs core product is The Filipino Channel (TFC), distributed by cable operators and direct-to-home satellite services.
In addition to TFC, ABS-CBN bundles three other 24-hour video channels (news, movies and regional/sports), two radio channels, retail products (CDs, VCDs, videos, magazines and books), telecommunication products/services and cargo services for its satellite customers.
OSG Billing Services provides invoice presentment and distribution services. The company offers invoice consultation and design, print and mail, targeted marketing programs, an automated document factory, online invoice management and electronic bill presentment and payment.
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March 22 2019 @ 20:35:09 UTC