billing n : request for payment of a debt; "they submitted their charges at the end of each month" [syn: charge]
- present participle of bill
Billing may mean:
- The process of sending accounts to customers for goods or services is called billing. The document used is called an invoice. The invoice may be attached to the goods or forwarded separately.
- In the telecom industry, the term billing is also used for systems and methods that collect information about telephone calls and other services that are going to be billed to the subscriber. See call detail record (CDR) and call accounting.
It can also refer to:
- Billing Aquadrome, location of the Billing Land Rover Show in England, a massive gathering of Land Rover enthusiasts.
- Billingr, in Norse mythology the father of a maiden desired by Odin.
- Billing (film), a list of movie credits.
- Billing (birds), a behavior in some birds involving touching and clasping each other's bills.
- Billing, Northamptonshire
- Rawdon Billing, a hill in West Yorkshire.
- Billing, Johanna, Swedish artist.
EBPP, or Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment, is a process whereby an organization or third-party outsourcing company makes invoices available electronically to its customers, along with the capability to pay these invoices and settle funds with the bank.