Kansys Edge

Kansys Edge
Formerly Ericsson Enterprise & Cloud Billing or ECB

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Kansys Edge

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Pricing

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Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $149 per month

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Product Details

What is Kansys Edge?

Kansys Edge (formerly Ericsson Enterprise & Cloud Billing, or ECB) is a pricing, billing, charging, and settlement software platform.

The platform is based on Metanga, or Metranet, a subscription billing platform and division of MetraTech acquired by Ericsson in 2014 and sold to Kansys in 2019.

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Kansys Edge Technical Details

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Frequently Asked Questions

Kansys Edge (formerly Ericsson Enterprise & Cloud Billing, or ECB) is a pricing, billing, charging, and settlement software platform. The platform is based on Metanga, or Metranet, a subscription billing platform and division of MetraTech acquired by Ericsson in 2014 and sold to Kansys in 2019.

Kansys Edge starts at $149.

Microworks Prism POS, Vindicia Subscribe, and Zuora are common alternatives for Kansys Edge.

The most common users of Kansys Edge are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Consumer Goods industry.

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  • Easy functionality integration with other financial systems.
  • We were able to integrate it with CRM programs and that helped in expediting the subscription services.
  • Rich API features and proper documentation helped a lot.
  • Pricing model could be more competitive with similar services.
  • If we wanted to use one time payment, it required lot of hassle and workaround.