How does CloudBilling work?
In short: CloudBilling imports data from all systems relevant for your billing and converts this into clear, specified invoices.
And this is how we do this:
Step 1: collect the data
CloudBilling can import data from a wide scale of systems and platforms. We have standard connectors with many third-party platforms, such as production systems, service management systems and CRM’s.
If we don’t cover the platforms you work with, the CloudBilling API will make it possible to set-up an automated connection.
Step 2: Process into billing data
In CloudBilling we process all the collected data into usable information for the billing of your products or services. The measured usage data runs past your pricing plan automatically. No more handwork! This includes all exceptions on product- and customer (group) level. Those will be caught in pricing rules as well.
We have several industry specific pricing plans, for example for cloud hosting providers.
Step 3: invoices & general ledgers output
Let us know how you want your invoices to look like and we will manage it. CloudBilling can send the invoices directly as a PDF, UBL, CSV or other format to your customers. If you rather want to send them yourself, we will provide you with these files via CloudBillings User Interface or CloudBillings API.
To ease things further we can provide your General Ledger platform with all the data it needs. We have standard exports to many of the major General Ledger platforms. And if not, our generic export feature will make this connection possible.
You might have other purposes you want to use the CloudBilling output for. Our API can help you with that. Otherwise we can always set you up with a manual export.
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CloudBilling has all the features you need to make your usage-based billing really work. Pay-per-use, metered billing, ladders, bundles, we can handle it.