Spreedly Helps Chargebee Go Global Faster
Billing is a highly sensitive customer touch point and it is more pronounced when you try to charge hundreds of customers every month at varied price points and discounts. Chargebee helps online businesses deliver an accurate & automated recurring billing in the cloud.
Chargebee focuses on all the nuances of automated subscription billing while allowing customers to have peace of mind with security, mobile compatibility and the assurance of having an extended billing team to support and take your business through high growth.
A shared platform and shared knowledge for payments
Initially, Chargebee was focusing on limited geographies and therefore supporting a limited number of payment gateways. Justin Benson, CEO of Spreedly, reached out through a mutual acquaintance, and struck up a dialogue with Krish about opportunities & challenges in their market.
Soon after that Chargebee and Spreedly worked together to sign their first joint enterprise customer deal – Chargebee’s billing features and Spreedly’s payments orchestration with credit card vault.
Spreedly removes the friction from recurring billing
“With Spreedly our customer’s cards are safely vaulted and we are now available in more countries integrated with several payment gateways”
KRISH SUBRAMANIAN, CO-FOUNDER & CEO OF CHARGEBEE
The partnership with Spreedly enabled Chargebee to deliver payment gateway independence to customers. This is critical with recurring billing in order to remove friction when storing and charging customers’ cards.
Chargebee is currently serving SaaS and Online Retail Subscription businesses. Chargebee is now expanding their footprint by building more integrations across accounting, helpdesk and CRM services.
“We understand Chargebee’s strength lies in delivering a feature rich application that improves continuously. Spreedly’s partnership allows us to focus on our core while serving a much larger market effortlessly. Our focus now is to build local presence across geographies & deliver 24*7 support.” says Krish Subramanian.