Harry Coolen

After working together at one of the pioneer telco’s of the early 90’s in Belgium we start Intertel Telecom. Intertel Telecom started their operations in 1995 and we knew the importance of controlling and protecting your data from the previous cooperation. Most were then running their billing through Excel or other programs with data processing limits that gave many headaches! We had already a couple of years experience with the performance of P&A Consultants, their billing program and personal service. We scanned the market for billing solutions but returned home empty handed. Still today, XPertbilling is one of the basis pillars of our firm. Not only for sending an invoice …. except for switching it is the basis of our company, controlling every aspect of it. We earn back every penny we invested in it by efficiency, preciseness, speed, monitoring and reconciling data from suppliers, any flexible creative form of billing or mediating … everything you can think of we get it done in relatively no time thanks to XPertbilling. XPertbilling is constantly updated with new modules and concepts making the difference for you.
P&A Consultants, Thank you!

CEO, Intertel Telecom

Latest news

27 Nov 2019

After long testing period, we implemented successfully
a new packaging system, that enable to unbundle a marketing offer.
This unbundling can be done per subscriber.
It co-exists with Bundles as we always did.
Soon this system will be implemented at a major operator.

9 May 2018

XPertBilling GDPR Readiness programme update for our customers

On 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force, reflecting the importance of data protection in our increasingly digital world. For us it is important that the personal information of your customers and your own people is handled in accordance with GDPR.

XPertBilling is fully compliant to the GDPR rules, and it is already in production.

18 Apr 2018

We are happy to announce that XPertBilling products suite is fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).