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Waltham, MA, United States, 2012/07/19 - Unlike mere translations, MetraTech system addresses total user experience - MetraTech.com.
MetraTech Corp., the leading provider of agreements-based billing and compensation solutions, today announced that its multi-tenant, cloud-based billing and revenue management application, Metanga, is available for Arabic-speaking users. The software-as-a-service (SaaS) commerce engine offers numeric characters and text in Arabic, as well as a complete right-to-left reconfiguration of user controls. It offers a total Arabic user experience rather than the simple translations offered by competitors.“The Middle East has been underserved by monetization solutions. Recognizing increased regional demand for quote-to-cash commerce, we wanted to introduce offerings in a culturally relevant way,” said Scott Swartz, CEO and founder of MetraTech. “Rather than a modest adjustment of a Western dashboard, Metanga offers a true bi-directional interface facilitating commerce for 255 million Arabic speakers and the companies who serve them.”
Metanga in Arabic delivers:
• A true right-to-left (RTL) user experience;
• Localized interface and currency support;
• Enterprise-class billing.
The first SaaS quote-to-cash solution to deliver a complete Arabic user experience, Metanga in Arabic is available now.
MetraTech Corp. (metratech.com / metanga.com) offers an innovative approach to billing, compensation and customer care. We empower organizations to embrace change through a unique agreements-based billing and compensation solution that models and supports fluid, personalized, multi-party agreements. We automate business processes and business models to address rapidly changing or complex business strategies. Our products are deployed globally, and our customers use MetraTech to innovatively create and securely collect revenue, compensate partners and manage their customer lifecycle in 12 languages, 28 currencies and 90 countries. Customers include Concur, The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), CETIP, the City of Chicago, Microsoft, PGi and OnStream (National Grid). The company is headquartered in Waltham, with offices in San Francisco, Paris, Rio de Janeiro and London. MetraTech is a venture-backed, privately held company whose investors include Accel Partners, Meritech Capital and Vesbridge Partners.