Elevated X Adds NETbilling to Processor List for VOD Platform

Elevated X Adds NETbilling to Processor List for VOD Platform

LOS ANGELES — CMS software company Elevated X has added integration of NETbilling to its list of standard video-on-demand inclusions.

The announcement by the three-time XBIZ Award winning software firm comes as it nears the end of its open beta phase of its newly released on-demand content purchasing system

“Having Elevated X integrated with the NETbilling payment gateway is a great option for both existing and new NETbilling clients using Elevated X software to run their paysites,” said Mitch Farber, CEO of NETbilling.

“Together, the two site framework components give clients an exceptional amount of control over their site in its entirety, not just with site design and payment processing implementation. Direct integration means we’re able to offer our clients more flexibility than any other options in the marketplace.”

NETbilling is now fully integrated for quick and easy plug-and-play use for clip store owners and digital content sellers who want to accept payments for on-demand content purchasing.

Site operators can use NETbilling to process payments for online streaming video rentals, pay-per-view and pay-per-download transactions with buy-now buttons and/or shopping cart purchase options to support multiple content sale site formats and business models.

“I’m very happy to be working with Mitch and his team, and we’re excited to add NETBilling to our growing list of leading purchasing processors supported out-of-the-box by the Elevated X CMS software’s VOD platform,” Elevated X co-founder AJ Hall said.

The addition of NETbilling is part of an Elevated X initiative to provide paysite owners with more billing choices, especially those looking to make the leap from using hosted, percentage based revshare clip sale sites to running their own clip stores.

“Merchant banking and gateway service providers like NETbilling make the transition easier for site owners by way of low processing fees and less barriers to entry,” Hall said. “ We know the idea of going out on their own and starting to bring 100 percent of their revenue in-house is attractive to producers, but can also be scary.

"We want to make it as easy and affordable for producers as possible to make the transition.”

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