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Could a new technology development, fueled by the success of Open Banking in the financial services sector, help utilities overcome long standing efficiency, accuracy and customer experience challenges in their billing operations? Read our report to find out more.

Billing is notorious in the utilities industry as a source of inefficiency, error, customer discontent and bad debt. Could a technology shake up transform this situation?

This new Utility Week Explains report, created in association with Exela, covers the potential of a new Request to Pay technology – enabled by and based on the principles of Open Banking – which promises reduce friction in billing processes, cut the significant operational costs associated with them and improve customer experience into the bargain.

Download the report Utility Week Explains: Request to Pay now to learn:

  • Exactly what the Request to Pay technology entails and what functionality it offers
  • How RtP can transform interactions between the biller and the customer for the better
  • How RtP can offer customers flexible billing and payment arrangements while offering companies peace of mind
  • Why RtP can support better cashflow management for utilities
  • How RtP could fit into your future billing landscape

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