Recurring billing

Subscription based billing SAAS solution

Celu Ramasamy FX Artist/Developer at DreamWorks Animation

August 17th, 2013

I'm looking for a cost effective recurring billing platform,

i) that can plug into a 'payment processor + merchant account' of my choice.

ii) ideally charges a low monthly recurring fee.

iii) not a pain to switch later on to other providers if need be.

iv) white labelled ofcourse.



So far I have narrowed down the choice to ,

-> CheddarGetter for the billing platform

-> Stripe or Briantree for the 'payment processor + merchant account' provider.


I'm sure theres more to it than meets the eye. Any words of wisdom/ things to watchout for down the line when making this choice? Any first 

hand experiences or strategies are much appreciated. Thx.

Anonymous

August 17th, 2013

Recurly. The best option in my opinion. I've used them with a couple of different startups to great success.  - Sent from Mailbox for iPhone

Sharon Schanzer Client service consultant, graphic designer, WordPress developer

August 17th, 2013

Did you look at http://recurly.com?

Aravind Nirmal Kumar Formally Informal

August 17th, 2013

I know about this recently launched service http://sudopay.com which does good job with payment aggressors and as well with recurring billing.

Joseph Galarneau Founder and CEO at Mezzobit, creating transparency and control for Internet data

August 17th, 2013

Vindicia and Zuora are also contenders, but perhaps not as viable for early stage companies.

Harshit Rastogi

August 17th, 2013

Yeah, i will also go for Recurly for your scenario.

Igor Kozlovski

August 18th, 2013

Stripe is a good way to go.

David Hauser Young Entrepreneur, Speaker, Founder of Grasshopper and Angel Investor.

August 17th, 2013

Celu, Stripe is a good option if you need something very quickly but for the best rates it is best to go direct with a merchant provider/acquirer and get something that matches your business. You can always do this once you hit scale. If you are looking at gateways like Briantree or Auth.net you want

Celu Ramasamy FX Artist/Developer at DreamWorks Animation

August 17th, 2013

I am going to look into it, as I have 3 recommendations for it already! :) Thx guys.

Saleh Bari Senior Business Analyst / Technical Business Analyst

December 23rd, 2014

Checkout Cerillion Skyline as well, they recently launched a product and are quiet flexible. 

http://www.cerillionskyline.com/