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As you're attaining Product-Market fit, you are starting to see more businesses fall in love with the product you have built. More subscriptions are coming in, new upgrade motions are coming into play, and there are revenue metrics you have to be on top of. The biggest lever you need is a reliable revenue management system that can help in automating billing subscriptions and shed light on the revenue growth of your business.
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Everybody needs a secure checkout system, but that's not something we need to devote our energy to because it's much better solved by Chargebee.
The whole reporting and customer view in terms of subscriptions, different plans, and billing dates, and subscription start dates and cancellations — that has been challenging. Having an efficient billing process with Chargebee is definitely useful.
Chargebee enables us to roll out a new pricing experiment in 30 minutes. We're also allowed to make mistakes and find the right pricing point that suits our customer segments."
Within 2 months, this new plan for Notaries contributed to 10% of our new MRR. This would not have been possible without Chargebee.
Most of the third-party analytics tools are running off invoicing. So, they're getting their metrics starting about from them, as opposed to Chargebee Analytics which runs the majority of stuff from the subscription standpoint