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Making subscriber acquisition work The leading Subscriber Acquisition System
- Core Engine
Administrative backend, flexible configuration, API, hosted services, rules, validation, workflow engine, user management, and integrations.
- Customer Self-Service
Hosted pages for product selection, shopping cart, checkout, customer portal, digital quote acceptance.
- Partner & Reseller Portal
Allows partners and resellers to manage their customers and subscriptions. Invoices can be sent to partners or customers.
- Sales Portal & CPQ
Integrates with CRM systems and allows to model quoting processes including PDF generation or digital quote acceptance.
- Complex product dependencies and bundles
- Validation rules
- Workflows and automation
- User management and SSO
- Multi-language and multi-currency
- Voucher codes and discounts
- Cascading amendments
- Integrations, e.g. with CMS, CRM and subscription management
- Shopping cart displays product selection and different charge types
- Easy styling to match any corporate identity
- Hosted pages for simple implementation
- Developer SDK for advanced implementation
The Subscription Suite is composed of flexible and customizable UI components delivering a clear and enjoyable user experience. You can easily adapt the interface to match your corporate identity while still relying on a highly optimized self-service architecture.
Easy to use Admin Backend
The Subscription Suite is composed of diverse and flexible UI components delivering a clear and enjoyable user experience – all customizable from an easy to use admin backend. You can easily adapt the customer UI to match your corporate identity while still relying on a highly optimized self-service architecture.
Self service is not a webshop
A subscription business is not about selling products, but about establishing and maintaining individual and continuous customer relations. This is why reliable and integrated self-service solutions are a key element for scaling subscription businesses successfully.
Subscribing is not a one-time purchase. Customer relations and subscriptions will develop and change over time.
Subscriptions do not have a single fixed price, but customers can select their prefered way of paying, e.g. monthly, yearly, or for actual usage.
Pricing can consist of multiple charges that are billed differently.
Customers want to view, upgrade, downgrade, and cancel their subscriptions. A self-service must be able to validate such requests and visualize the impact on the subscription charges.
Discounts are not only reduced prices. They might be limited in time, offer free trials, or implement freemium models.
Payment provider integrations need to process not only one-off payments, but establish billing agreements for recurring transactions.