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The Stages Of A SaaS Company: When To Scale For Success

How long is a startup a startup? We found ourselves asking this question in a marketing meeting not too long ago. It came up because people regularly refer to Chargify as a startup, but our company has been around since 2009. Are we still a startup? I don’t think so. There are specific stages a software-as-a-service (SaaS)…

How to Sell Subscriptions: 4 Strategies for SaaS Companies

Recurring subscriptions are becoming the norm in the business world, and for good reason. Subscription services give the end user control over costs and employee access, without the cumbersome contracts. But some software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies struggle with how to sell subscriptions. To help, we’ve put together a list of the four strategies that are key…

Chargify 2018 Review & A Glimpse Into 2019

It has been a little over four months since I joined as Chargify’s new CEO, and I have an admission to make—I love the team I work with, the product we’ve built, and the complex problems we continue to solve every day. 2018 was a great year for Chargify both as a company and as…

Chargify + GoCardless = Direct Debit Subscription Payments For Global Domination

Today we’re happy to announce that we have partnered with GoCardless to offer Direct Debit payments, which in turn, helps subscription businesses expand globally and quickly adapt to customers’ changing payment preferences. This release adds support for the following countries and currencies:   Country   Scheme   Currency   Eurozone   SEPA   EUR (€)…

Chargify’s New NetSuite Integration Streamlines Accounting & Resource Planning

Subscription businesses are particularly prone to complex accounting and resource planning workflows, especially those with growing product catalogs that consist of different billing models, renewal frequencies, legacy plans, custom pricing, and so on. While an ever-changing product catalog is good for growth, go-to-market teams rarely consider the downstream implications these changes create for finance teams….