Published by FT.com
FT journalist, Nic Fildes, profiles Cerillion as part of his run down of the latest small cap stocks (FT subscribers only).
Published by TM Forum
Though Communications Services Providers (CSPs) underpin the entire cloud industry – with no CSPs, there would be no cloud – it is somewhat ironic that CSPs themselves have not been swifter to adopt cloud technology for the benefit of their own businesses. Cerillion's Dominic Smith explores the benefits of cloud Business Support Systems.
Published by Share Radio
Listen to Cerillion CEO, Louis Hall, in conversation with Lord Lee and Simon Rose of Share Radio about the company's first year on AIM.
Published by CrowdReviews
In the subscription industry, recurring billing and recurring payments are terms that are often used interchangeably. However, they both hold significantly different meanings. Dominic Smith, Marketing Director at Cerillion, provides the lowdown on recurring billing and recurring payments and deep dives into the value of recurring billing systems for businesses launching subscription services.
Published by CrowdReviews
Dominic Smith explores how the role of billing solutions is changing from that of passive support and administration systems to becoming strategic platforms for creating new revenue streams and greater business value.
Published by Edison TV
In this interview, CEO Louis Hall gives an overview of the company’s solutions and how it competes against much larger players like Amdocs and Oracle. He also talks about the company’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) billing platform, Cerillion Skyline, and how it will spearhead the company’s expansion into other verticals such as finance and utilities. He gives an overview of the company’s criteria for accelerating growth through acquisitions and what investors should expect from Cerillion during its first year as a listed business.
Published by Developing Telecoms
Over the last decade the emerging markets have often been at the leading edge of the newest technologies within the telecoms industry.
Two of the most easily citable examples being the prepaid market and what that has done for online charging, and the mobile money market which has driven the merging of telco and banking and brought about the expansion of the balance management component of online charging into transferable cash between subscribers. Both of these are capabilities that have been broadly pushed in the more developed economies but far more widely utilised in the emerging markets...
Published by Information Age
The subscription business model is here for the long haul, but, to make it work, ideas must be allowed to flow thick and fast and then be quickly and effectively monetised...
Published by Fresh Business Thinking
The cloud is helping businesses to profit from new payment models. If you had said the word ‘subscriptions’ to someone a few years ago, they would have immediately thought of a regular fee paid to a club, society or magazine. These days everything from music to razor blades, and software to socks can be bought regularly by subscription...
Published by IT Pro Portal
The subscription business model is an ongoing trend. When Cerillion asked a group of senior IT professionals about their future plans it became clear that the number of businesses using one-off pricing models is set to fall by 39 per cent in the near future. In contrast, new relationship-based services built around subscriptions are on the rise...
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