Following the recent re-introduction of our freemium model and the changes in structure of our package pricing, one of the major contributing factors to this (besides the epiphany we had on our mistakes), has been a need to help startup businesses and grow with them from beginning to enterprise level.
As a startup business ourselves we are well aware of the challenges and requirements when getting started. There is much to do, with little resources. Limitations are high. It’s challenging and we know it.
Mistakes are made and things often go wrong. You just cannot afford to spread yourself thin with rectifying decisions that failed and at the same time ensure that your clients are happy and that cashflow isn’t affected, the lifeblood of any startup.
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SnapBill has been working avidly on providing the best solution to making itself the most usable online billing service with regards to its fee structure. SnapBill decided that the best way to do this, would be in adjusting the current billing model from being client based to invoice-centric.
SnapBill service is based on the basic need to invoice a client. To be able to provide this service to not only recurring businesses but also ad-hoc users, SnapBill needed to find a solution that could accommodate both types.
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There are many different business models relying on revenue streams that come in on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis such as insurance companies, fitness facilities, cloud-based applications, internet service providers and content service providers to name but a few.
The availability of online recurring billing systems such as SnapBill, has allowed for growth-generation and can be used as a very powerful tool for these businesses.
Continue reading How Snapbill’s recurring billing system can help grow your business…