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7+ Cheap Competitors & Alternatives To Chargify

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  1. Chargify is the best online billing software for all of your Recurring Billing needs. Learn more about simplifying your Subscription Billing today.

  2. Pabbly Subscription is a recurring billing & subscription management software.

  3. Subscription billing and recurring billing management. Recurly offers enterprise-class subscription billing for thousands of companies worldwide.

    API monetization using an API Management and a billing provider about 3 months ago:

    Next, for your API monetization stack, you need a 3rd-party recurring billing solution, such as Stripe, Recurly, Hypercurrent, and many more. But again, we do not recommend any particular payment service in this post and leave the choice of which payment provider to use up to you. The billing provider obviously needs to receive usage charges for each customer, issue an invoice, and support multiple billing models,...
  4. Smarter recurring billing and subscription management software

    freemium $49.0 / Monthly (500 Customers, 3 Users, 3 Automated Workflows/Module.)

    Free for dev - list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) about over 1 year ago:

    Subscriptions — Recurring Billing management free for 20 customers/subscriptions & 1 user with all the payment hosting done by Zoho themselves. Last 40 subscription metrics are stored.
  5. Invoicera™: World's most powerful online invoicing & billing software trusted by millions of users globally.

  6. Accept recurring and one-time payments directly from your website.

  7. ChargeOver automates recurring billing, subscription billing, & payment acceptance. A SaaS that integrates with Xero, Quickbooks, & has an API. Free trial.

    Do I have to send subscription invoices to users? about over 1 year ago

    I work for a SAAS recurring billing platform, from my experience you do not need to send them an invoice. If they agree to terms when they signup you could just run a payment against their card on file and send them a payment receipt. It's a pretty slick deal, and there are loads of other options you could enable as well. But to your question it's more common than you think not to send invoices...
  8. Chargebee lets you manage subscriptions and payments at scale, handle custom recurring billing scenarios, reduce subscription churn and simplify accounting.

    Ask HN: SaaS Billing? about 8 months ago:

    I personally use Stripe, but I think supports PayPal. I've heard good things about them.