Commercial buildings already issue monthly rent invoices to tenants. The EMS tariff engine can supply a feed into the commercial invoicing system so that the dollar value for electricity consumption is included.
The building manager tracks tenancy changes and accounts receivable.
EMS is able to issue a consumption advice notice that has the hallmarks of an electricity bills so that meter reads and tariff details are delivered to the end-user tenant.
EMS currently bills 300 commercial and retail properties and is regarded as the “go-to” source for information in the South Australian inset or embedded network market. With an expansion of our data centre capacity, and with the standardisation under NECF, we now offer our services to the National Energy Market using the breadth and depth of our parent, WINconnect.