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Stripe is a simple, developer-friendly way to accept payments online. We believe that enabling transactions on the web is a problem rooted in code, not finance, and we want to help put more websites in business.
Complexity and opacity have traditionally been hallmarks of online payment processing. We want to fix that.
Thanks to the power of the Internet and cloud computing, many products are moving to subscription services delivered online—everything from music and DVDs to software and infrastructure to groceries and cars.
Why buy a DVD when you can subscribe to Netflix and access a whole library? Why install CRM software when you can subscribe to the world-class version online from salesforce.com? Why buy a car when you can subscribe to Zipcar and get the whole fleet?
However, companies that deliver these new services need a way to run their subscription business AND support their unique needs. For example, they need pricing flexibility to address different customer groups, operational scalability for growth, and key metrics like churn and monthly recurring revenue (MRR) to assess the health of the business.
That's where Zuora comes in. Just as Amazon makes it easy to become an online retailer, Google makes it easy for anyone to advertise online, and PayPal makes it easy to accept online payments, Zuora makes it easy for any company to build, manage, and grow a subscription business.
Backed by Benchmark and Marc Benioff, Zuora was built from the ground up by SaaS industry visionaries and veterans from salesforce.com, WebEx, Postini (now Google), and Oracle. The Zuora team grew up in the subscription services world. In addition, Zuora has assembled a world-class Board and Advisory Team, with industry experts from Accenture, Cisco, and most recently, Scott Thompson from PayPal.
Our flagship product, Z-Billing, has attracted over 100 customers since its launch in May 2008. Scalable, powerful, and easy to use, Z-Billing was named "the Salesforce of online billing" by TechCrunch. Z-Payments, which we launched just five months later with online payment pioneer PayPal, is now built with the PayPal X platform, allowing for even greater flexibility. At salesforce.com’s Dreamforce 2008, we introduced Z-Force, the first billing and payment solution fully integrated with salesforce.com. We followed that with our Z-Commerce Platform which makes it easy for developers coding in the cloud to plug in our commerce-as-a-service solution so they can start getting paid. The Z-Commerce Platform is now the de facto platform for subscription businesses in the technology industry. And Z-Commerce for Media gives publishers an easy way to start monetizing their online content.
With all this momentum, we've certainly earned our reputation as "a company to watch," and we continue to move fast. Check back often to learn about the latest innovations from the leader in subscription billing and payments.
FastSpring® provides an all-in-one
e-commerce payment processing, merchandising, and fulfillment solution. Sell your software, games, e-books, or other digital products online. Enable your customers to pay globally using Visa®, Mastercard®, American Express®, Discover®, PayPal™, check, purchase order, or money order. FastSpring builds you a highly customizable, hosted order page that seamlessly integrates with your existing website and its design (view samples)Page 2Page 3Page 4Page 5Page 6Page 7. Our next-generation system handles every aspect of your order page e-commerce. View our feature list to learn more about the benefits of making FastSpring your outsourced e-commerce provider.
What is Kwedit?
Kwedit is a new, innovative way to purchase digital content and virtual goods safely, easily, and quickly without needing a credit or debit card.
Kwedit provides two services: Kwedit Direct and Kwedit Promise.
Kwedit Promise & Kwedit Direct
Kwedit Direct allows you to make payments at a local store such as a 7-Eleven, by mailing cash, or by asking a friend or relative to pay on your behalf using a convenient service called Pass the Duck -- the world’s first social payment network. Friends and relatives who agree to pay on your behalf via Pass the Duck can use any of the methods provided by Kwedit Direct, or they can pay with a credit or debit card.
Kwedit Promise is an amazing new way to get goods now in exchange for Promises to pay for them later. When you’re ready to pay back your Promises, you can use any of the methods provided by Kwedit Direct.
Why Use Kwedit?
Kwedit lets you enjoy your favorite online games and activities while taking charge of your money and paying with cash, or by asking someone else to pay on your behalf.
Kwedit was created specifically for people who do not have a credit or debit card, or who prefer the privacy, security, and budget management that cash payments provide.
Kwedit never charges interest or additional fees.
It’s simple, it’s secure, and there are no fees.
0 to $60 in under 10 seconds.
Start accepting payment cards immediately with Square. No contracts, monthly fees, or hidden costs. Effortlessly manage all the money you take with an easy and intuitive interface.
Pay quickly, securely.
Create a Square payer account to speed up and secure every payment. With photo verification, Square users can visually confirm you are the card holder.
Read payment cards from any device with an audio input jack, including your mobile phone. Accepting payments has never been faster or more convenient.
Get real rewards.
If you frequent a place that accepts Square, we’ll let them know you’re a repeat customer. That 10th cappuccino may be on the house, no paper coffee card required.
Text and email receipts. Lose the paper.
As a payer, get your receipts sent to your email or mobile phone instantly and access them securely online. You can also use a text message to authorize every payment in real-time. View sample
Do well by doing good.
Square will donate a penny of every transaction you take to a cause of your choice. Working together to better the world, one small step at a time.
Recurly is a complete recurring billing system
Recurly handles your subscription needs from end-to-end: recurring billing, upgrades and downgrades, cancellations and refunds, declined payments, sending receipts and past-due notices, and more. With Recurly, you will spend less time on billing so you can focus on your business.
Reduce the time needed to deploy subscriptions
Setting up subscription billing services can be deceptively complex and time-consuming. Recurly's integration tools reduce the time needed to deploy subscriptions from weeks to less than a day.
Built-in customer support tools empower your team to seamlessly manage your subscriptions. Get up and running quickly with our hosted payment pages or spend a day and integrate with our REST API and client libraries. Your users will be able to do everything without leaving your site.
Want a faster, safer and more convenient way to shop online? You got it. Read about our buyers' experiences with Google Checkout.
Stop creating multiple accounts and passwords.
With Google Checkout™ you can quickly and easily buy from stores across the web and track all your orders and shipping in one place.
Shop with confidence.
Our fraud protection policy covers you against unauthorized purchases made through Google Checkout, and we don't share your purchase history or full credit card number with sellers.
Control commercial spam.
You can keep your email address confidential, and easily turn off unwanted emails from stores where you use Google Checkout.
PayPal is an e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. PayPal serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods such as checks and money orders.
A PayPal account can be funded with an electronic debit from a bank account or by a credit card. The recipient of a PayPal transfer can either request a check from PayPal, establish their own PayPal deposit account or request a transfer to their bank account. PayPal is an example of a payment intermediary service that facilitates worldwide e-commerce.
PayPal performs payment processing for online vendors, auction sites, and other commercial users, for which it charges a fee. It sometimes also charges a transaction fee for receiving money (a percentage of the amount sent plus an additional fixed amount). The fees charged depend on the currency used, the payment option used, the country of the sender, the country of the recipient, the amount sent and the recipient's account type. In addition, eBay purchases made by credit card through PayPal may incur a "foreign transaction fee" if the seller is located in another country, as credit card issuers are automatically informed of the seller's country of origin.