Toronto Hydro-Electric Offers Docucorp Solution for Online Utility Bill Presentment and Payment; Customers Can Now View and Pay Bills Online with eBills.Business Editors & High Tech Writers
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DOCC Dyce Operations Control Centre ), a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today that Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited has introduced electronic bill presentment and payment See EBPP. (EBPP (Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment) Sending invoices to customers over the Internet. When payment is due, an e-mail is sent with a link to a Web page that contains the billing information and the payment services that are supported. ) to its commercial and residential customers, using Docucorp's presentment solution. Launched this month, the "eBills" service provides electronic versions of paper bills that customers can view and pay online. The City of Toronto, Canada's largest municipality MUNICIPALITY. The body of officers, taken collectively, belonging to a city, who are appointed to manage its affairs and defend its interests. , owns Toronto Hydro This article is about the electrical distributor. For other uses, see Toronto Hydro (disambiguation).
Toronto Hydro is the primary distributor of Greater Toronto Area power plants. The organization also operates a city-wide highspeed fibre optic network. , which provides services to 650,000 customers.
The municipal utility was created Jan. 1, 1998, when Toronto Hydro-Electric Commission, East York East York
Borough (pop., 2001: 115,185), southeastern Ontario, Canada. With the cities of North York, Toronto, Scarborough, York, and Etobicoke, it forms the municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. Hydro, Etobicoke Hydro, North York North York
Former city (pop., 2001: 608,288), southeastern Ontario, Canada. In 1998 it joined the cities of Etobicoke, Scarborough, Toronto, and York and the borough of East York to become the City of Toronto. North York became a borough in 1967 and a city in 1979. Hydro, Scarborough Public Utilities and York Hydro were consolidated into one company. In 1999, Toronto Hydro introduced new billing statements designed with Docucorp's information solutions. In January 2001, Toronto Hydro expanded the Docucorp license for the purpose of presenting utility bills to its customers via the Internet.
"Because we have worked with Docucorp since the municipal utility was established, they understand the complexities of our business, as well as our focus on utilizing technology to enhance relationships with customers, many of whom are computer savvy and want instant access to their statements," said Roman Dementavicius, Toronto Hydro's manager of system delivery customer care.
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All Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited residential and business customers are eligible for the service and can register online at www.torontohydro.com/eBills. Customers are directed to the Web sites of six participating financial institutions for paying monthly utility bills.
Customers benefit by using eBills in multiple ways - from being able to access current and previous bills (back to July 2000) online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week - to saving money on postage; saving time; producing less paper; and using a secure, encrypted system that protects their privacy. Once signed up for eBills, a customer will receive an e-mail advising that the eBill is ready for viewing, and that they will no longer receive a paper bill in the mail.
About Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited is the regulated `wires' affiliate of Toronto Hydro Corporation and the second largest municipal distribution utility in North America North America, third largest continent (1990 est. pop. 365,000,000), c.9,400,000 sq mi (24,346,000 sq km), the northern of the two continents of the Western Hemisphere. . Owned by the City of Toronto, it distributes 25 percent of the Province of Ontario's electricity and serves approximately 650,000 customers in Canada's most dense and important energy market.
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