ChargeBee vs Zoho Subscriptions
Last updated: March 17, 2015
Subscription and Recurring Billing Software. Automate billing, customer trials, discounts and customer invoicing with utmost flexibility. Get actionable insights to drive business growth. Understand the unit economics of your subscription business with ease.
Smarter billing for your subscription business. Zoho Subscriptions is a cloud-based recurring billing and subscription management app, designed to help your small business grow.
ChargeBee vs Zoho Subscriptions in our news:
2015 - Subscription billing service ChargeBee raises $5M
ChargeBee, a startup that helps companies manage their billing and subscription needs, has closed a $5 million Series B round. ChargeBee is focused on helping startups, and particularly those in the SaaS space, get more from their billing subscriptions. It counts Freshdesk, Kissflow, Soylent and VinylMePlease among its customer base. ChargeBee is rivaled by Zuora (which today raised $115 million), Recurly and Chargify. It provides both technical support and solutions, alongside consultancy-like services. The latter might include advice on necessary billing and payment-related processes for expanding into new markets, for example.
2014 - Zoho Subscriptions - new cloud service for recurring billing - a new advantage over Zuora
Zoho provides a lot of SaaS services and has to manage somehow millions of subscriptions. So they decided to share their experience and technologies with others and built cloud recurring billing software Zoho Subscriptions. The way it works is you enter your subscription information and it handles the entire transaction including invoicing, credit card information, receipt generation and capturing the monthly revenue. What separates Zoho Subscriptions from the competition (Recurly, Zuora) is the tight integration with the accounting package Zoho Books, creating a bridge between the subscription economy and traditional accounting.