Recurly Product Design: Year in Review

Design and User Experience has always been a critical component at Recurly, and for the Product Design Team, 2017 was all about making the way we work more effective. From new tools and improved processes to collaborating with non-designers and learning more about user needs, we spent the year improving our ability to create great experiences for our users — from the finance whiz and customer support rep to the subscriber receiving an invoice.

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Live Webinar: Top 10 Trends for Subscription Success in 2018

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Subscription commerce is ever evolving with new opportunities constantly emerging.

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Five Recurly.js enhancements to improve the mobile checkout experience

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Card Hosted Fields imageCustomers have come to expect convenience, simplicity, and speed when completing activities online. This expectation is especially true when shopping and completing purchases on a mobile device.

With cart abandonment rates for mobile devices topping 85% last year, and the average across device types at over 77%, merchants have an opportunity to increase revenue by offering the best mobile checkout experience possible. Businesses must scrutinize their mobile flow to ensure that they are maximizing revenue and reducing cart abandonment. This is especially important for subscription commerce where a merchant doesn't just lose a single sale, they lose an entire stream of revenue from future subscription renewals.

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Recurly’s Top Blog Posts of 2017

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The New Year is a time to reflect on the year that has passed and plan for what lies ahead. At Recurly, it’s become our tradition to look back on our blog posts from the previous year and see which were the most popular. We’re always pleased to see how many clicks and shares our posts receive, and hope that our blog helps customers better use Recurly to manage and optimize their subscription business.

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Happy New Year From Recurly!

As we approach the end of the year, Recurly would like to take this opportunity to send our customers our best wishes for 2018!

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How Effective is Your Dunning Strategy? Recurly Analytics Has the Answer.

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As we have discussed in the first and second blog in this series, dunning is a key process for maximizing revenue, and Recurly offers flexible tools to help you develop and manage your dunning strategy. In particular, Recurly users can set:

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Adyen + Recurly Helps Subscription Businesses Expand Globally

Subscription businesses that want to expand globally know they need to offer the payment methods that their prospects in different countries prefer. They need a gateway that can accept international currencies along with the a wide variety of payment methods global customers tend to use.

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Dunning Best Practices & How Recurly’s Dunning is Different

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In today’s blog, we’re continuing our discussion about dunning. As a reminder, dunning is the process of communicating with customers (usually by email) to try to collect payments due. In effect, discussions about dunning are really discussions about these customer communications.

In our last blog, we described how the dunning process works at each step and the decisions the merchant can make which can optimize the process and improve results. We also outlined how Recurly’s dunning process is more effective.

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Live Webinar: Choosing the Right Subscription Billing Platform

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To meet the demands of a high-performing subscription business, the right billing platform is critical for rapid and sustained growth. Join us as we share the definitive checklist for subscription billing growth and success in this live, one-hour webinar.  

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How a Flexible Dunning Schedule Improves Transaction Success Rates

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Subscriber churn is a key concern for subscription businesses. When subscribers leave, the business loses both current and future recurring revenue. Of course, some churn is “involuntary”—occurring as a result of a failed payment rather than a subscriber cancelling deliberately.

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