Recently, 50 payments professionals gathered at the Marine’s Memorial Club in San Francisco for the first-ever Subscription Payments Exchange conference hosted by Insight Exchange Network. The event sought to look beyond general trends—with a focus on understanding and following your customers when they want to pay.Continue Reading
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Increasingly, subscription businesses seeking to expand are pursuing a global strategy. But to do this effectively, these businesses need to make sure they have the right subscription management platform,Continue Reading
Subscription businesses benefit from having the flexibility to create different plans and pricing structures to meet market needs. Subscription businesses also need the flexibility to offer billing intervals that may differ from the plan length.Continue Reading
Subscriber retention is a cornerstone of successful subscription commerce. However, credit card declines and failed payments can lead to churn and lost revenue.
Join us for an exclusive, in-depth look at the latest industry benchmarks based on a sample set of 1,200 subscription businesses. Our Recurly Research expert will reveal proven decline management strategies and answer all your subscriber retention questions, including...Continue Reading
Recurly is excited to announce that our subscription management platform is now fully integrated with Vertex, a leading provider of tax technology and services. Vertex provides comprehensive, up-to-date global tax rates, calculating and adding the correct tax to global e-commerce transactions through their Vertex O Series solution. With Vertex, Recurly customers can streamline, automate, and standardize taxability and calculation on every purchase transaction, whether domestic or international.Continue Reading
The popularity of subscription boxes has been a boon to subscription commerce. But this popularity can be a double-edged sword. While recipients may love their different boxes filled with delightfully curated products or regularly needed essentials, sometimes this becomes too much of a good thing. Subscription box fatigue can happen when consumers get too many boxes, too often, and the enjoyment they get from them begins to decline, resulting in cancellations. How can subscription box-of-the-month companies respond to lessen this voluntary churn?Continue Reading
Subscription commerce continues to expand rapidly across different industries, and card networks naturally want to stay ahead of market trends to provide the best experience. As a result, card networks like Visa and Mastercard periodically update their rules and regulations and release new requirements.Continue Reading