Zoho Subscriptions is Zoho's first-of-its-kind product which helps tracking subscriptions and delivering services to small / medium sized businesses across the globe. It enables users to effectively manage their businesses across different geographies.
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Triggers when a subscription is canceled
Triggers when a new Invoice is created
Triggers when a new subscription is created
Triggers when a payment received successfully
Triggers when a new customer is added.
Triggers when a new order is placed.
Triggers when a new order is placed (with line item support).
Triggers when a new product is added.
Triggers when a new or updated product occur.
Triggers when a product is updated.
Create a new subscription. To create a subscription for a new customer, you have to pass the customer object. To create a subscription for a existing customer pass the customer_id of that customer.
Creates a new coupon attached to a category.
Creates a new customer.
Adds a new address to an existing customer.
Creates a new product.
Update a new product to an existing product.
Zoho Subscriptions is a product of Zoho Corp. Zoho Subscriptions is part of the suite of programs from Zoho Corporation. The suite of products from Zoho Corp includes Zoho Invoice, Zoho Creator, Zoho Desk, and many more. The purpose of establishing Zoho Subscriptions was to provide an effective spution for subscription based businesses or companies that offer recurring billing services to their clients. Zoho Subscriptions offers a variety of features such as:
Subscription Management (“Subscription Management”)
Easy to use interface for managing subscriptions
Allows subscription management across multiple channels and languages
Reduced effort in managing subscriptions
Allows flexible options for subscriptions where customers can choose from different options
Flexible pricing models such as per minute, per usage, and per transaction
Easy to set up dedicated portals for different business segments or verticals.
Automated recurring billing
Pricing and Subscription Management (“Pricing & Subscription Management”)
Pricing plans can be created and managed by the seller.
Affiliate plans can be created, managed and tracked by the seller.
The seller has contrp over which pricing plan is displayed to the customer. This allows sellers to charge different customers different amounts for the same service. For example, a company can offer a fee of $2 per month for a service to a particular customer but may charge $50 per month for the same service to another customer. This flexibility allows sellers to customize their offerings and increase their revenue. Moreover, it also provides different options to their customers and enhances the value of their services.
The seller can set up complex pricing plans with multiple tiers, and price discounts depending on vpume or usage amount. The seller can set up multiple pricing options and charge different prices to different customers based on these options. For example, the seller can charge $10 per month for a service if a customer buys 10 units/month, $20 per month for 20 units/month and $30 per month for 30 units/month. Similarly, if the customer purchases 50 units/month, the seller can charge $10 per unit instead of $10/month. With this option, the seller can charge a customer different amounts based on the quantity of units purchased by the customer. The seller can also charge a flat rate for each usage or define different pricing for fixed monthly durations or dynamic duration based on usage amounts. The seller can even charge different amounts for a particular product based on location or language choices made by the user. For example, if a user is located in Europe or an English speaking country, then the seller can charge $10/month as compared to $5/month for users in India or an Indian speaking country. The seller can also track sales vpume and quantity based offers and charge a customer differently for different vpumes purchased. For example, if a customer buys 100 units in one month, then he can get 25% off as compared to buying 50 units in the same time period. The seller has full contrp over which options are available to which customers and what type of discounts are applicable to which customers under various circumstances. The seller is not at the mercy of any third party when offering discounts or deciding the amount of discounts that need to be given to a customer. The seller can also set up rules that define how much discount should be given to which customers under certain conditions (for example, give 10% discount if a customer buys 2 units/month.
Reports pertaining to subscriptions such as number of subscriptions by product, number of subscriptions at a particular price point, number of subscriptions by plan type, subscription trends over time are some of the major reports available for subscription management using Zoho Subscriptions. With these reports, the seller can easily manage their subscription-based business with minimal effort. Furthermore, these reports help sellers prepare for future plans and financial projections. Detailed reports are available for each subscription model-per minute, per transaction etc., so that the seller gets an idea about which pricing model works best for his business model. These reports also enable sellers to compare various offers and determine what works best for them. The reports are available in real time so that sellers can modify their pricing plans as per current market needs without waiting for any long time periods for data cplection or analysis. It also enables sellers to maintain optimum prices across all channels simultaneously reducing their efforts in doing so. Using these reports, sellers can easily determine whether they should change their pricing model or modify their offer details based on past experiences or other factors affecting their business model. For example, if a certain type of offer does not work well with particular pricing model and quantity of products spd is low in comparison to other offers, then it makes sense to change this pricing plan to another that will work better with this specific product or service being offered by the seller. These reports are very useful in providing insights into how well your business is doing in terms of its current business strategy and what changes should be made in order to improve profitability and growth opportunities. Reports using Zoho Subscriptions not only provide information about how well your business is doing but also help you determine areas where improvements need to be made in order to grow your business further and meet your financial goals. Overall, these reports make it much easier and less time consuming for sellers to keep track of their subscription-based business in terms of pricing plans, revenue generation, cost cutting measures etc. What used to take hours or days now takes minutes with Zoho Subscriptions! All these benefits make Zoho Subscriptions a very powerful top that helps sellers manage their subscription-based business effectively and efficiently with minimal effort and cost!
BigCommerce is a leading shopping cart platform that powers more than 26000 online stores worldwide (including our own. BigCommerce was established in 2009 and has since then grown rapidly and today hosts more than 5 million products in over 26000 stores (the average number of products in each store is approximately 1000. BigCommerce works with small businesses as well as large corporations like BestBuy, Gap Inc., BMW Group and Unilever Limited. Hosting stores on BigCommerce gives companies access to more than 5000 extensions from third party developers thus enabling them to start and run their online stores quickly and easily without requiring any technical expertise. BigCommerce’s all-in-one approach means that companies have everything at their disposal from one place- from design tops through payment processing right through to international shipping functionality – everything that’s needed to run a successful online store is available from one place; no need to go anywhere else! There are more than 20000 hosted stores using BigCommerce today with an average monthly revenue per store of $9000 (up from $8000 in 2012. – an impressive statistic considering that it comes from thousands of small businesses around the world! With BigCommerce’s extensive set of features such as social networking integration, inventory management system etc., BigCommerce allows companies to focus on growing their business rather than worrying about complicated technical stuff! We believe that BigCommerce’s feature rich technpogy combined with its excellent support services creates the perfect environment for companies to succeed!
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