Partners & Commission Management System

TimelyBill offers a comprehensive commission management solution tailored for the telecom channel.

Our multi-level partner management capabilities allow telecommunications companies to manage partners, distributors, and agent commissioning plans. TimelyBill's software enables the creation of multi-tiered partner hierarchies. Service providers can define commissions (one-time payouts), residuals (recurring payouts), and chargebacks. Organizations can also configure the recovery of commissions or residuals when services terminate before a defined period.

Our telecom commissioning and partner management feature also includes advanced functionality such as the ability to "re-brand" bulk services when partner organizations are sold to another partner or merged to a new entity. It also has the ability to relate partner accounts to customer accounts and navigate between them for the purpose of managing demo type units or other services.

  • Partner self-care portals for multi-level agent or reseller environments
  • Create custom regions and districts within the regions
  • Supports multiple levels within an organization
  • Custom text fields, drop-downs, and check boxes
  • Partner notes with highlighting and history
  • Define and assign commission, residual and chargeback plans
  • Assign A/P, commission and residual accounts per partner
  • Ability to link a partner account to a corresponding customer account
  • Base commissions and residuals on services or ANI / ESN
  • Flat rates or percentage based SPIFs
  • Based on activation, service length or contract length
  • Pay to partner, partner parent, or organization level
  • Flexible searching for partner records, branding and history

Calculating commissions is a critical factor in managing sales and maintaining company profitability. We help service providers fully manage their sales commission programs, resulting in a satisfied and more productive sales force.


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