Chargebee is a subscription management and recurring billing application that helps SaaS and SaaS-like enterprises streamline revenue operations. Chargebee works with the world's most popular payment gateways.
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Triggers when customer details such as first name, last name, email, billing address, etc., are updated.
Triggers when a customer is created.
Triggers when a new invoice is generated(with line item support).
Triggers when a payment is collected successfully.
Triggers when a subscription is created.
Triggers when a payment fails.
Triggers when a subscription is cancelled.
Triggers when a subscription is scheduled for cancellation.
Triggers when subscription details such as custom fields, billing information, recurring items etc., are modified.
Triggers when a subscription is paused.
Triggers when a paused subscription is resumed.
Triggers if a customer chooses to register for an account. This can happen during the checkout process, or via the My Account page.
Triggers when a new invoice is created.
Triggers for each line item in an order. Use this if you need the line item details from an order.
(With Line Item Support) Triggers when a WooCommerce order is paid for.
(With Line Item Support) For advanced usage. Triggers every time a WooCommerce order changes status. See the Managing Orders documentation on WooCommerce for more information.
Trigger when new product is added.
Updates next billing date of a subscription.
Creates a new customer in Chargebee.
Creates a new subscription along with the customer in Chargebee. This action does not support adding subscription to an existing customer.
Pauses a subscription in Chargebee.
Records an offline payment for unpaid invoices.
Resumes a paused subscription in Chargebee
Updates customer details in Chargebee.
Creates a new coupon.
Action when a WooCommerce customer is created.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a new order.
Creates a new product.
Updates an existing coupon.
Updates an existing customer.
Updates an existing order.
Updates an existing product.
Chargebee is a subscription billing and subscription management platform that allows you to charge your customers based on the number of subscriptions, recurring payments, and transaction-based products. The pricing plans are as fplows:
Pricing Plan Name Price ($. Frequency Starter $9.99 Monthly Professional $29.99 Monthly Premium $59.99 Monthly Enterprise $299.99 Monthly
Chargebee has a very simple pricing structure, which makes it easy for small businesses to use the services provided by Chargebee. A platform that offers a simple pricing structure is bound to be successful in today’s world.
To integrate Chargebee with WooCommerce, you need to create an account in ChargeBee and then go to the Dashboard to link your website with ChargeBee. The fplowing steps will guide you through the integration process:
Go to application settings > API keys > click on “Create New API key” button. You will then be redirected to the Account Settings page where you should click on the “API Keys” tab. This will give you a list of all the API keys available with your account. You need to copy your Merchant API Key and paste it into the WooCommerce settings page under the “Merchant API Key” field. You will also need to enter your Domain Verification Token (CVV. under the same tab. Go to Chargebee > Settings > Integrations > Choose WooCommerce Integration and click on “Activate New Integration” button. Choose your Business Model and select a Billing Plan that best suits your business needs. To set up a subscription in WooCommerce, you can go to Products > Subscriptions. Click on the ‘+’ symbp to add a new subscription product. Give a name to your product, choose a plan that best suits your business needs, and enter the details for your first billing cycle. Then click on ‘Save Changes’ button at the bottom of the page. Now go to Settings > Payments > Add New Payment Gateway and click on “Add New Gateway.” You will be redirected to another page where you need to fill out some details like the gateway name, URL, etc., and then click on “Add Payment Gateway” button at the bottom of the page. For this tutorial, we have already integrated PayPal Express Checkout with our website. So we don’t need to add any other payment gateway because we can use PayPal Express Checkout directly without any extra steps. However, if you have not yet added PayPal Express Checkout, please fplow these steps:
Go back to Chargebee account settings page and scrpl down to find “Chargebee Integration Configuration” section and click on “Connect” button next to “WooCommerce Integration” title. Now you should see a screen similar to the one shown below:
You can also set up a test transaction if you want to check how everything works before charging real money for your products or services. Just go to Settings > Transactions > Test Transaction and then click on “Test Order” button next to the order number you want to test. When you are done with testing, just go back to this page and click on “Cancel Test Transaction” button next to the order number you want to cancel. Once you are satisfied with your changes, click on “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the page. Now when someone creates an order in WooCommerce, it will automatically be added into Chargebee as a transaction and a payment will be automatically made through PayPal Express Checkout or whatever payment gateway you have selected in Chargebee settings page.
Integration of WooCommerce and Chargebee brings many benefits with it:
It provides a seamless customer experience as customers can pay for their orders through their preferred payment method without having to leave your website or open any other invoice management app or site; It allows customers to pay for their orders using various payment methods such as PayPal Express Checkout, Stripe, Amazon Pay, etc.; It allows you to add new features and functionality in future, like creating discount coupons, offering loyalty programs and reward points, etc.; It allows you to manage customer subscriptions from a single dashboard; It provides a detailed report of all transactions made by your customers; And it makes your business more customer-friendly as it provides customers with hassle-free way of paying for their orders.
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