Classification number of billing levels

  1. Mono systems — billing systems for only one type of service. For example, electricity, water or housing service. Such system forms one balance per one metering device and generates mono bill with details of one service provider. Usually such solutions are used by corporations which provide one service to a large number of consumers. The advantages of such system are accuracy and deepness of approach due to specialization of a developer.
  2. Mono systems for several metering devices as a part of one service. Such systems are usually the result of mono systems development towards more metering devices (more than one) with single balance and mono bill.
  3. Multi systems — systems which process several utility services, e.g. water, gas and electricity keeping single balance and generate a single bill. Such solutions are very complicated and require deep awareness of a developer of the field. Using such systems a final consumer gets all services from one provider who is, in fact, a reseller and who should pay for services to other providers. In such system a consumer uses one window for all services provided by his provider. Unfortunately, the vast majority of such systems due to complexity of developing and developer's lack of deep expertise and knowledge have very limited number of functions.
  4. Super systems for electronic city — unique solutions which allow simultaneous working of several independent providers with one database for one consumer. Very effective operation and ever high level of comfort both for service providers and consumers is achieved due to reduced prime cost of servicing and combined providers. Such systems can improve service quality, generate a unified package of bills for every consumer, they provide fast and effective data revising in reference windows for all services provided by all providers, keeping a unified passport office regardless the district of residence. In such system a Customer has a separate balance for every service provider.