London, UK | 26 September 2017 - Centili has been awarded the title of Best DCB Aggregator at this year’s Global Carrier Billing Summit.
Centili was selected as a result of its unique Carrier Billing as a service model for mobile operators. Centili’s approach to tackling revenue leakage and fraud, innovation for mobile payments in foreign markets, and its creation of the virtual currency ¥Coins, was also praised by the judges. Together, this helped Centili to stand out among the steep competition, and reflect the company’s commitment to enhancing what DCB can offer.
“We are proud to be recognized for our involvement in driving the mobile payments industry forward. Our platform bridges the gap between mobile operators and merchants, helping them take full advantage of the opportunity presented by Direct Carrier Billing. It’s an important role in the ecosystem, which is why we’re continually driving innovation and investing in our technology to ensure the best results for our partners.”
Stefan Kostic, CEO at Centili
Delivered as a service, Centili’s Carrier Billing as a service solution gives operators an immediate mobile payments arm of their business. It’s a unique way for them to be at the heart of Carrier Billing and position themselves as a vital piece of the puzzle between merchants and users for purchasing one-off goods or subscription services via mobile – without having to invest considerable time, technical effort, and money into building their own platform.
Commenting on Centili’s success, the judging panel added:
"Centili leads through managing the payment interfaces for merchants to ensure the rollercoaster revenue effect is leveled, and enabling carriers to open billing solutions ahead of their own implementation of Carrier Billing platforms. They have been contributing to DCB service and continually developing new services.”
Centili powers the full mobile payments ecosystem. From large mobile operator groups to online services providers, Centili helps businesses to monetize their services with global audiences, reaching over four billion consumers in more than 80 countries.