Set usage limits and manage feature access without any code.
Map features to plans, unbundle, and bundle features without riddling the codebase with billing spaghetti.
Provision, revoke, and manage feature access on a plan or subscription level.
Execute plan and pricing changes at the flip of a switch and iterate on pricing without any developer dependency.
Maintain a system of records for all features, and centralize feature flags and entitlement information under one roof.
Chargebee Entitlements helps you find product-market fit faster by keeping your pricing and plans iterable. So you can test, change, and effectively monetize your software while keeping your codebase lean.
It takes multiple attempts to arrive at a pricing fit. It takes even longer to arrive at the right feature-plan mapping and packaging. When it feels like you finally have the sweet spot, your pricing needs tweaks and changes owing to scaling. Chargebee Entitlements helps you automate feature provisioning while you run and stop pricing experiments to make educated decisions.
Traditional licensing models aren’t a sign of a modern fast-growing business. Even when you have a cloud-based licensing model, maintaining it and making changes to it with minimal code can get challenging. Chargebee Entitlements helps you set and enforce feature limits on multiple levels - right from plans to an individual subscription. With support for all SaaS Pricing models and integrated with your subscriptions engine, Chargebee Entitlements helps you set quantity-based limits for your features.
How many hoops do you have to jump through to get a feature enabled for one customer? With Chargebee Entitlements you can streamline your provisioning workflows and centralize feature and entitlements data. Set up the business to grow seamlessly by removing developer dependencies. You can also maintain a system of record for all features, categorize features with different lifecycle stages (draft, activate, and archive), and even sunset a feature by deleting it.
No PDF can come close to explaining why a customer should upgrade than actually giving the experience of the premium features first-hand. Give your customers a whiff of what lies above their plan by letting them try premium features for a limited time. You can override entitlements for a specific subscription and enable or revoke access to features without breaking your codebase or eating into your developer hours.