Stripe provides a suite of products to help you collect recurring payments from global users and support any pricing model with ease. Companies like Zoom, Atlassian, and Slack work with us to move fast and scale globally.
Stop compromising between billing needs and engineering bandwidth. With Stripe’s prebuilt interfaces and billing components, you can easily launch optimized billing experiences without diverting engineering resources from your core product.
Stripe-hosted invoices get paid 3x faster than traditional invoices. Our conversion optimized invoices make it easy to charge customers around the world.
Let customers change their subscription or update billing details by sharing a secure link to Stripe’s prebuilt customer portal. Tailor your customer portal with your logo and brand colors.
Stripe supports 135+ currencies and dozens of global payment methods like Apple Pay, ACH, BACS, iDEAL, and SEPA Direct Debit that can help increase conversion by as much as 50%. We also help you handle regulatory requirements like SCA by triggering 3D Secure authentication when required.
Nearly a quarter of churn is involuntary. Stripe’s dunning tools help businesses recover 41% of failed recurring payments on average. Businesses using our smart retries recover 14% more revenue than those retrying failed payments on a set schedule.
Automate and configure revenue recognition so you can close your books quickly and accurately. Revenue Recognition effortlessly handles even the most complex scenarios—upgrades, downgrades, prorations, refunds, and disputes.
Launch a complete billing system in just a couple of weeks and spend less time maintaining a homegrown system. Stripe Billing offers all the functionality you need to get started quickly and features you’ll need to scale.
At Stripe, we work with hundreds of thousands of SaaS and subscription-based businesses. In this video, we’ve distilled our top 3 learnings for creating a seamless billing and payment experience.
Slack is a channel-based messaging platform that needed help automating custom billing schedules and allowing customers to update their own plans.
To meet rapidly growing demand, Slack expanded to serve more global customers and large-scale enterprises. Among other challenges, Slack needed to support a variety of payment methods in different regions, set up automation for a custom, usage-based invoicing system, and let customers adjust their own plans.
In just 2 weeks, Slack worked with Stripe to launch a new system that automated all their billing and payment collection needs across 15 countries. It dramatically reduced engineering time spent on maintaining an in-house system and helped their operational team spend less time responding to custom pricing requests.
Having a billing system that lets you stay nimble to respond to customers' needs is really critical. Stripe gives you that flexibility.
Twilio is a communication platform that needed a partner to help them improve global payments performance to increase conversion and revenue.
As Twilio expanded globally, they needed a payment processor equipped to handle international transactions at scale with high authorization rates to maximize revenue uplift, reduce issuer declines, and reduce involuntary churn.
Twilio ran an A/B test with multiple major global payment processors monitoring authorization rates across card networks. After weeks of testing, they saw a 10% uplift overall in authorization rates from working with Stripe.
It requires zero effort from our side. It’s purely done on the engineering efforts of Stripe.
Typeform is a form builder that wanted to quickly launch new pricing as they developed new products, entered new markets, and closed custom deals.
Typeform needed to implement a global billing system that would allow charging monthly and annual subscription fees.
Typeform rebuilt their billing system on Stripe, which let them launch a new set of subscription plans—billed monthly or annually. They can now automate customer upgrades, send recurring invoices, collect payments in multiple currencies, and handle financial reporting without manual intervention.
WeTransfer is a file transfer service that needed a partner to help them scale billing and payments as they grew in size and complexity.
WeTransfer was growing out of their homegrown billing and payments system which only supported two pricing plans and two currencies.
Instead of continuing to refactor their in-house system, WeTransfer migrated to Stripe to increase billing flexibility as they scaled. With Stripe, they launched new pricing plans, supported new global payment methods, automated payments collection, and added fraud detection.
Stripe offered what we needed out of the box—plus we wanted a system that we could reason about, good documentation, and had existing integrations with essential third-party tools.
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