SplitBill from Ryder Systems Shortlisted for the Mobile News Awards 2005

Monday 18 April 2005 14:05 CET | News

Ryder Systems, has been shortlisted for the coveted Mobile News Awards’ Innovative Service award for its product SplitBill; an intuitive web-based bill management tool which allows individual users with business accounts to automate cost allocation and approval of phone expenses.

Now in its eleventh year, the Mobile News Awards acknowledges the best products, services, innovations and companies within the UK mobile communications industry. In recent years, these esteemed awards have been presented to some of the leaders in the field of telecommunications including Vodafone and The Carphone Warehouse and the nomination demonstrates the valuable service Ryder Systems is providing Telcos. Ryder Systems reached this stage by demonstrating to the judging panel that SplitBill provides a solution to businesses which cannot be met by any other product on the market. With Customs and Excise now clamping down on businesses that claim back the VAT on personal phone calls, firms are being warned that they must find a way to comply with the law or face a substantial penalty. SplitBill is helping businesses speed up the cost allocation process while also helping them to comply with this crack down on legislation. Individuals within the organisation administer the bill online, allocating mobile traffic costs for personal usage, against particular projects or account codes in order to be recorded or reclaimed. Ryder Systems is a leader in producing bill management solutions to fixed wire and mobile operators. Ryder has developed a comprehensive suite of products which cover all aspects of the billing process from presentation through to analysis and archiving, which can be easily integrated into a Telcos current billing system.

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