Global Subscription Payments Available at ChargeBee
Online subscription and recurring billing management solutions provider ChargeBee has partnered with payment processing company Worldpay to offer a new integrated global payments solution.
With the partnership, ChargeBee customers can benefit from Worldpay’s e-commerce solutions via a pre-built integration that offers access to cloud-based SaaS billing and global payment processing. The partnership provides businesses with a secure and consistent experience for consumers’ preferred payment methods or marketplace, as well as helps businesses speed up their time to market while also saving on developmental costs.
“Recurring payments and subscription models are becoming more popular, as consumers adapt their consumption habits to pay only for those items and services they wish to use. Our partnership with ChargeBee is a natural synergy, which delivers choice, value and peace of mind to companies using subscription billing, or those looking to adopt this model to help them grow globally,” said Kevin Dallas, chief product and marketing officer, global e-commerce at Worldpay.
ChargeBee notes that Freshdesk is the first enterprise customer to benefit from the pre-built integration. By leverging the integration, the cloud based customer support software provider has been able to reach a broader client base by offering multi-currency payments to its customers around the world.
“Flexibility is vital for Freshdesk. Using the customized integration between Worldpay and ChargeBee we’ve been able to scale quickly by accepting payments in local currencies and settle back into our currency of choice. Working with Worldpay has also opened up opportunities in Asia and Latin America for us by enabling alternative payment methods where credit card penetration is low,” said Girish Mathrubootham, CEO of Freshdesk. “We have benefited from the collaborative and consultative approach both ChargeBee and Worldpay offer their clients. Since we went live, we have seen our credit card acceptance rates increase by 5 percent.”