Electronic billing

Electronic Billing (General) is the electronic delivery and presentation of financial statements, bills, invoices, and related information sent by a company to its customers. Electronic billing is also known as other payment models based on consumer-to-business and business-to-business:
*EBPP — Electronic Bill Presentment & Payment (typically focused on business-to-consumer billing and payment)
*EIPP — Electronic Invoice Presentment and Payment (typically focused on business-to-business billing and payment)

ee also

*E-commerce payment systems

External links

*http://www.nacha.org
*http://cebp.nacha.org/documents/ebpp-buspractices-2-1.pdf


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