Dynamics Billing Software

About Dynamics Billing

Omniware’s Dynamics Billing is an easy-to-use utility billing solution that takes you from meter data to delivered invoice in just one click. Omniware will integrate with your meter systems, migrate your historic data, deploy your solution quickly and model your current pricing and processes, for a seamless transition. Omniware helps utilities and sub-metering companies update their outdated systems. With Dynamics Billing, there are no additional charges for rate changes, reports, data exports etc. The solution allows users to manage everything from a centralized location. The platform comes with an array of utilities-relevant reports and features a report building wizard which helps you create important metrics. The graphical reporting dashboard gives strikin...

Dynamics Billing Pricing

Contact Omniware for your specific needs and we can detail pricing for your needs.

Starting price: 

$1,000.00 per month

Free trial: 

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Dynamics Billing User Reviews


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Company size: 1,001-5,000 employees

Time used: Less than 2 years

Review Source: Capterra

This review was submitted organically. No incentive was offered


out of 5

Value for money

out of 5

Customer support

out of 5


out of 5

November 2018

20+ Year Old Legacy System Upgrade

We replace a 20+ year old legacy billing system with Dynamics Billing. The legacy system had many unique features that the team from Dynamics worked closely with us to meet our needs and worked to implement a solution that gave our business additional flexibility for future growth.


System is easy to use End users learning curve was very short Flexible Runs on a modern platform


We process millions of transaction daily and have unique billing record export requirements, back end system performance can be slow. Dynamics teams has been responsive and they are currently working with us to improve performance times. Implementation time was a little longer than anticipated.