Billing cycle

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Billing cycle

The time elapsed between billing periods for goods sold or services rendered.

Billing Cycle

In an installment plan, the time between the days on which a company sends two invoices to a customer. For example, if a company sends a bill on April 1 and another on May 1, the billing cycle runs from April 2 to April 30.
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This helps customers track their energy use and make adjustments in between billing cycles to help them save energy and money.
As a result, publishers often face long billing cycles that contribute to delays in cash flow and long period close processes.
It's also worth noting that institutional and noninstitutional providers can have different billing cycles, with the institutional providers restricted to once-a-month billing that could put them behind their noninstitutional collaborators in the cap fulfillment game.
This software enables professional services organizations to create and distribute productivity quotas (PQs) to each employee, then measure the real-time PQ to optimize billable hours, compress billing cycles and manage overall corporate productivity.
1 and will last for only four billing cycles, but officials expect it will save residential customers about $10 million altogether.
0 cut of its Infranet billing software offers real-time services that enable customers to change volume discounts, rating and create new plans during billing cycles.