Meet Utilibill’s Senior Software Engineer

A self-professed ‘code geek’, Rinco Sum has worked as a Senior Software Engineer for Utilibill for seven years, using his love of problem solving to find out-of-the-box solutions that benefit systems and customers. With strong software engineering being an integral … Read More

Utilibill announced as a finalist in the 2019 Digital Utility Awards

Leading software provider, Utilibill, has been commended as a finalist for the Best Customer Innovation Award at the 2019 Digital Utility Awards. The Digital Utility Awards recognise the utility industry’s greatest achievements in the digitisation of utility networks, processes and … Read More

How utilities can implement a successful digital transformation strategy

Implementing digital transformation within an organisation can be daunting, and it’s sometimes difficult to pinpoint where to start. However, with a realistic strategy, intuitive digital platforms and the right expertise, utilities can remove the barriers to ‘going digital’ and create … Read More

Leading software provider achieves energy market systems accreditation

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has been working with industry to implement a number of changes arising from the Australian Energy Market Commission’s (AEMC) Power of Choice review. One of these changes involved updating the Electricity B2B Framework to … Read More

Benefits of cloud computing

Cloud computing can offer substantial benefits for utilities, including reduced costs, data security and improved productivity. It’s also a key enabler of digital transformation, modernising the IT architecture and environment, and encouraging digital ways of working. With utilities accumulating more … Read More

Using automation to achieve maximum efficiency

  The move to five-minute settlement data, commencing 1 July 2021, will generate vast quantities of data — five times more than what is currently being processed —  requiring additional resources and creating more potential for human errors. Greater efficiency … Read More

From ‘On Premise to Cloud’ Through Disruptive Designs

On site billing software and hardware can present a large capital investment for utility companies. Coupled with ongoing maintenance, upgrades and staff salaries, on premise billing can prove to be a necessary investment. In an EY survey of utilities firms … Read More

Global cloud-based services expert to attend Australian Utility Week

Utilibill, one of Australia’s most trusted billing companies, will be hosting a stand and sharing its expert knowledge of cloud-based services at Australian Utility Week in November 2018. At a time when information is a company’s most valuable asset, cloud … Read More

The challenges and opportunities of cloud migration

  Moving to the cloud can save utilities major upfront hardware and software purchasing costs, offer improved efficiency and security, and enable the creation of new applications which enhance business functions. Despite the convenience and affordability of cloud solutions, the … Read More

Utilibill makes CIO Applications: Top 25 Utilities Tech solutions providers of 2017 !

Utilibill is proud to take its place in the CIO Applications Top 25 Utilities Tech solutions providers for 2017. This is a testament to the great effort the team pour into the platform and the business systems that support it. … Read More