Cycle Billing

Cycle Billing

The practice in which a company bills different customers at different times. For example, the company may send invoices to half its customers on the first of the month and the other half on the 15th. Cycle billing may help customers manage their cash flows. It may also help a company easily determine who has been billed and who has not.
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"It's our ability to extract new meaning, new information, at the minimum, from what one might consider as traditional finance and revenue cycle billing data," he says.
The cycle billing data transmission from the City will be scheduled for release before 1:00 pm on each Wednesday, while the final billing data transmission from the City will be scheduled for release before 3:00 pm on each day.
Class members who were AWS customers after 1 March 1999 and who submit approved claim forms may be eligible for the benefits of USD8.00 for mMode, USD10.00 for EDID, USD8.0 for Out of Cycle Billing or a 250 minute AT&T Phone Card and USD7.00 for UCC.
The bulk of the law's provisions are aimed at curbing practices of credit card issuers such as immediate interest rate increases, double cycle billing, over-limit fees, retroactive interest on existing balances and shortened payment deadlines.
The most significant of these is the "cycle billing" process for residential customers shown in Figure 2.
But with cycle billing we won't know how much gas was used by the residential customers at the end of each month.
The software should also include billing options, such as discounts based on amount, time, or location; calculation of taxes; automated late-payment charges; and cycle billing.
Services requested to be provided in an exchangeable format on a cycle billing basis with remittance a minimum of seventeen (17) a month.