Panamax Introduces iMax Self-Care Portal

Panamax Inc. announces the release of the Carrier Self-Care Portal within its iMax integrated carrier switching platform for wholesale carriers. Through Panamax’s Carrier Self-Care Portal carriers can manage their entire prepaid wholesale VoIP business through one easy-to-use portal, complete with optimized solutions for online ordering and payment transfer, credit transactions, reporting, marketing, and more, says the company.

With the Carrier Self-Care Portal customer of prepaid wholesale voice terminators, voice carriers, enterprise VoIP providers and mobile operators utilizing the iMax platform have the ability to sign up for free – without credit or document verification; view prepaid balances in real time; monitor credit; purchase, integrate and leverage services immediately; chat with online sales and support teams; and much more, all via one streamlined interface. Through the use of the iMax Carrier Self-Care Portal, carrier customers also have hassle-free access to a simplified yet comprehensive dashboard providing account summaries, payment information, rates, and reports.

“An extension of our award-winning carrier switching solution, the iMax Carrier Self-Care Portal sets Panamax apart from other providers, while generating a significant edge for carriers operating within today’s dynamic marketplace,” said Bankim Brahmbhatt, CEO of Panamax. “With immediate access to our portal, users will start terminating their wholesale minutes instantly, putting them ahead of their competition when it comes to cost savings, revenue growth and business efficiencies.”

The iMax prepaid switching platform enables carriers on the Panamax system to easily buy and sell routes with one another. The solution offers real-time integration of Class-4 Softswitch capabilities with call routing, network management, policy management, billing, monitoring, intelligent firewall, SIP and H.323 handling functionalities.  It is capable of handling multilateral peering of thousands of calls among various Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 carriers.