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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Triggers when customer details such as first name, last name, email, billing address, etc., are updated.
Triggers when a customer is created.
Triggers when a new invoice is generated(with line item support).
Triggers when a payment is collected successfully.
Triggers when a subscription is created.
Triggers when a payment fails.
Triggers when a subscription is cancelled.
Triggers when a subscription is scheduled for cancellation.
Triggers when subscription details such as custom fields, billing information, recurring items etc., are modified.
Triggers when a subscription is paused.
Triggers when a paused subscription is resumed.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Updates next billing date of a subscription.
Creates a new customer in Chargebee.
Creates a new subscription along with the customer in Chargebee. This action does not support adding subscription to an existing customer.
Pauses a subscription in Chargebee.
Records an offline payment for unpaid invoices.
Resumes a paused subscription in Chargebee
Updates customer details in Chargebee.
Paddle, founded in 2008, is a subscription billing and recurring revenue management platform for e-commerce. As an alternative to traditional payment processing services, Paddle’s core features include:
Subscription Management – helps merchants manage their customers and subscriptions. It incorporates tops such as email marketing, abandoned cart recovery, and user on-boarding
Billing & Cplecting – allows merchants to cplect payments from their customers and manage their cancellation requests. It supports recurring billing, as well as one-time billing with the ability to set up recurring charges at a later date.
Analytics – supports analytics of customer behavior, sales, and trends. For example, you can view data on average order value, number of orders, conversion rate, etc.
Mobile – provides mobile support for your business by allowing you to manage your customer’s subscriptions from a mobile device or web browser. Using the Paddle mobile app, your customers can check product and subscription details, update their credit card information, and manage their subscriptions on the go.
bCommerce – helps you offer new checkout options to your customers by providing integration support with more than 300 shopping carts.
Payment Gateways – supports over 50 payment gateways. In addition to helping you process credit cards, it allows you to accept donations, gift cards, and other payment methods.
Reviews and Ratings – gives you the option of integrating ratings and reviews from platforms like Facebook and Google+ into your e-commerce site. This feature also allows you to display your own product reviews and ratings on your website.
To learn more about Paddle, visit their website at https://www.paddlepayments.com
Chargebee is a cloud based subscription billing service that integrates with Paddle Payouts to automatically generate invoices whenever a customer makes an order or cancels his/her subscription. It was founded in 2012 in India and is now headquartered in San Francisco. It is used by more than 1000 business customers worldwide, including companies such as Comparethemarket.com, Booking.com, and Kayak.com.
In 2011, Amazon acquired API Tech for $300 million to form Amazon Web Services which became one of the largest cloud computing companies in the world in 2016. In 2015, Chargebee partnered with Amazon Web Services to provide its subscription management platform in the AWS Marketplace. In 2017, Chargebee announced a $20 million Series B funding round led by Accel Partners to accelerate global growth. The funding round also included participation from existing investors Sequoia Capital India and Nexus Venture Partners. To learn more about Chargebee, visit their website at https://www.chargebee.com/
Unlike other billing platforms that are used for subscriptions or billing systems such as Stripe (an online payment processor. or PayPal (an online payment facilitator), Paddle is not a standalone system that supports all payment methods or subscriptions. Instead, it is designed for e-commerce sites that sell physical products. As such, it has limited functionality for managing subscriptions and recurring payments. However, there are third party sputions such as Chargebee that integrate Paddle Payouts with Chargebee for the purpose of billing customers who subscribe to your product or service. In this case, when a customer places an order on your site using Paddle Payouts (instead of her credit card), Chargebee sends her an invoice via email notifying her about her purchase and asking her to submit her details so she can be charged for her order at a later date. Once she does so, Chargebee then sends the order details and payment information to Paddle Payouts so it can be processed by your bank account or other payment gateway of choice. The integration of Chargebee with Paddle Payouts not only allows you to take advantage of the benefits of both platforms but also greatly simplifies the process of managing recurring payments on your e-commerce site. This reduces the risk of missing payments or losing customers due to unfulfilled orders because you will have access to all of their information in one place. Instead of having to contact each customer separately to make sure they have paid for their orders, Chargebee does this for you as soon as they make their first purchase by automatically sending them an invoice via email after they place an order using Paddle Payouts. However, if you are using another recurring billing platform such as Chargify or Recurly instead of Paddle Payouts for managing your subscriptions, Chargebee still integrates with them in the same way as it does with Paddle Payouts so you can continue using it alongside these platforms while benefiting from its unique features such as invoicing and reporting directly from Chargebee’s dashboard instead of needing to log in to your bank account or other payment gateway’s dashboard every time you need to check on payments and revenue generated from your business. However, if you do use Paddle Payouts with Chargebee for managing subscriptions instead of using another recurring billing platform like Chargify or Recurly because it integrates better with your current e-commerce site or does not require you to develop a custom software spution (as is usually the case with custom software sputions), then you can still take advantage of Chargebee’s integrations with several shopping carts as well as its ability to provide reporting directly from its dashboard instead of needing to log in to your bank account every time you need to check up on the status of payments made through your business’s e-commerce site. For example, if you are using Shopify as a shopping cart but would prefer to integrate Chargebee with your site instead of Shopify because it offers more flexibility and functionality than Shopify’s default invoicing feature, then you can still simply integrate Chargebee with Paddle Payouts for managing new subscriptions while continuing using Shopify as your shopping cart. In this case, when a customer places an order via Chargebee using Paddle Payouts instead of her credit card instead of using Shopify’s default shipping and checkout process that automatically calculates shipping costs based on the contents of the customer’s cart after entering her shipping address (which can result in higher shipping costs if she adds more products than expected), Chargebee sends her an invoice via email notifying her about her purchase and asking her to submit her details so she can be charged for her order at a later date. Once she does so, Chargebee then sends the order details and payment information to Paddle Payouts so it can be processed by your bank account or other payment gateway of choice just like any other credit card transaction through Shopify’s checkout process would be processed by your bank account or other payment gateway of choice when a customer checks out using her credit card instead of through Chargebee’s checkout process via Paddle Payouts. This allows you to use a shopping cart that works best for your business without sacrificing the benefits offered by Chargebee which can help reduce costs by minimizing missed payments, increasing customer retention rates by reducing the number of complaints received from unsatisfied customers who feel they were overcharged due to incorrect shipping calculations made through Shopify’s default shipping process, and improving transparency among customers regarding the status of payments made through your business’s e-commerce site so they know exactly when they will be charged for products they have ordered prior to receiving them which may prevent them from returning those products before they receive them depending on how far away they live from your warehouse when compared to how long it will take for them to receive products shipped through Shopify’s default shipping process which may result in shipments being returned once they arrive at the customer’s location regardless of whether they have received/opened them or not depending on how far away they live from your warehouse once compared to how long it will take for those shipments to arrive at customers’ locations from your warehouse via Shopify’s default shipping process once those shipments arrive at customers’ locations via Shopify’s default shipping process if they decide not to keep those products once they are shipped through Shopify’s default shipping process even if they have already received/opened those products once those products arrive at their locations via Shopify’s default shipping process after receiving them from your warehouse over a period of time via Shopify’s default shipping process depending on how far away they live from your warehouse when compared to how long it will take for them to receive products shipped through Shopify’s default shipping process which may result in shipments being returned once they arrive at the customer’s location regardless of whether they have received/opened them or not depending on how far away they live from your warehouse once compared to how long it
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