Transportation & Logistics

Enhanced Safety and Security Feature Bundle

Carmakers are offering more software features to consumers and fleet owners to support automated and safe driving. One of the main challenges carmakers face in realizing the full potential of automated driving is building safe and accurate systems in a scalable, cost-effective way. Supporting the myriad of models, features, sensors, and country regulations can be daunting for our competitors. 

Omniware Approach

By configuring the industry’s most sophisticated product hierarchy and attribute feature tree, automakers can simplify the management and changes to safety and security bundles. Usage analytics capture when customers enable or disable features or upgrade to different vehicle bundles. Vehicle sensor data can be transmitted from the connected vehicle cloud to Omniware’s billing transaction data hub where the automaker's billing rules and ratings are applied.

Inside view of self driving car on the road


  • Management of products, product bundles and product hierarchies across global regions

  • Enable revenue models that were not previously possible

  • Allow customers to upgrade and swap features and bundles

  • Life-cycle management of product bundles over model years

  • Consistent application of product bundles for fleet owners who operate in different countries & regions


Convergent Billing, Vehicle Cloud, Distributed Invoicing

Kathy, who is employed by FleetCo, picks up a new truck from a TruckCo dealer. Kathy’s employee ID and FleetCo profile is submitted to the TruckCo billing system.


At the end of the month, TruckCo billing system calculates all charges for FleetCo from TruckCo and 3rd parties. The charges on the invoice for Kathy, include:

  • A mid-month start of subscription of a TruckCo vehicle Advanced Driver Assistance feature

  • Subscription to safe driving via On-Board Diagnostic device for 3rd party insurance monitoring

  • Subscription to 3 modules of a fleet management app, by a 3rd party fleet management software company

  • A safe vehicle monthly status report, with green, yellow, red flags. There is a yellow flag for an airbag recall


The billing system issues 10 invoices - one for each of FleetCo’s regions. Each invoice is further categorized by department and employee. FleetCo requires that each employee receive an individual invoice and each of FleetCo’s 10 regions receive a consolidated invoice. Kathy’s invoice provides her with an explanation of the services charged and a video clip of an autonomous vehicle (AV) software enhancement and an “intelligent speed assistance” feature available as a trial to those who sign-up. Kathy approves her respective charges by the embedded approve button, and clicks the “Sign Me Up!” button for the AV software feature trial. The FleetCo regional office then submits payment for their invoice which is reflected as a paid receivable in the TruckCo billing system.

Omniware Approach

FleetCo’s Price plans are managed in a Customer and Price Plan attribute feature tree in Dynamics Billing. All consumption transactions are received from TruckCo’s internal systems and 3rd party companies and are mediated by Dynamics Billing Transaction Hub, which assesses, merges, and matches transactions for billing. Invoice distribution is controlled by FleetCo’s Customer attributes in Dynamics Billing.

Three white truck and three private cars on the road


  • Convergent billing of all products & services consumed in the vehicle platform, whether consumed as TruckCo features or from third parties

  • Meeting the customer's needs for distribution of invoices from all vendors and TruckCo’s services

  • Delivering and billing for services using the revenue models most appropriate for the service


EV Charging for Residential and Commercial Multi-tenant Buildings

Electric Vehicle usage is skyrocketing. Users want charging stations available for use on every corner. Condo boards, property managers, residents, and commercial tenants want to have EV charging stations available at their residence, for their guests, and at the workplace.


Multi-unit commercial and residential buildings face unique challenges to implement EV charging. EV utilization is growing every month - until there is a need for EV charging in each parking spot, EV charging stations will be shared for residents & tenants of the building.

Omniware Approach

Dynamics Billing is built to integrate with third-party EV Charging hardware. Our electric installation partners can install and monitor EV Charging stations at any facility. Dynamics Billing can also identify the EV as a resident or guest and enable point-of-use billing and payment collection. If the EV is a resident’s, it can even be combined with their utility consumption on a convergent invoice.

electric vehicle of the future using smart charging at home front porch


Dynamics Billing enables property managers to offer and bill for EV Charging to their tenants, residents, and guests.

  • Assessment, installation, and maintenance of EV Charging electrical infrastructure and stations by partners

  • Convergent billing of EV charging with utility bills

  • Point of Use EV Charging for guests

  • Earn LEED points and other green building certifications and comply with any local EV regulations