CMP to provide electronic bill presentment and payment services to its customers

In selecting billserv.com’s end-to-end EBPP, CMP will be able to present its customers’ bills electronically at the company’s own Web site and at every bank, Internet portal (such as the United States Postal Service, Yahoo, MS Money, Quicken and bills.com, billserv.com’s own bill payment portal), and billing aggregation Web sites available in billserv.com’s network of alliances, with billserv.com serving as its single point of contact. CMP will transmit its billing data to billserv.com, which billserv.com will translate and securely distribute to the various points of contact for presentment and payment.


The California Independent System Operator called on voluntary interruptible load customers to reduce electrical usage by 1,000 MW Wednesday, citing higher than expected demand and fires burning near transmission lines in southern California that have limited ability to move power.

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