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What is the best way to setup recurring payments for a SaaS MVP?

Something ideally that integrates with Stripe but requires minimal dev.
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    Recurly

    Subscription Billing Automation

    Michelle Nickolaisen
    Michelle NickolaisenOwner, Bombchelle Industries · Written
    I've always heard great things about Recurly (and it looks like they integrate with Stripe: https://stripe.com/works-with/re... ) and when I've used it as a customer, it's always been an easy/good experience.
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  2. 74
    PayPal for Business

    Stay on top of your business wherever it takes you!

    Benjamin Powell
    Benjamin PowellFounder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac · Written
    Probably the easiest option, not cheapest but does what you need
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  3. 66
    ChargeBee

    Headache free subscription billing solution

    Thomas Evans
    Thomas EvansCOO, EmailOctopus · Written
    Chargebee is great for managing all the subscription aspects of a SaaS
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    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    We've been using Chargebee at Freshworks for a couple of years now. Their new dashboards are lovely.
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    Stef Lewandowski
    Stef LewandowskiFounder, Makelight · Written
    I've been using Chargebee for Makelight for the last year. What you might not grasp until you get into subscriptions, is that the invoicing, admin, tax, multi-currency, dunning, reminder emails, plan pro-rating and all that stuff is horrible if you try to code it yourself. Just don't! I think they could improve on their support and they're getting there with the product feeling more modern (the new email templates are a lot better). But I'm happy to recommend. And remember - if you don't like the look of it, you can put in your own front-end and make Chargebee pretty much disappear for the user. They don't need to know it's there.
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    • Xara choose ChargeBee after a pretty deep comparison analysis. Ultimately our requirements and friendly entry pricing won them the deal. We have scaled with them since.

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    Stripe

    Payment integration and management.

    Deepak Kumar
    Deepak KumarCEO, Orcaso.io · Written
    We are using stripe and will strongly recommend it. They have great developer support, documentation and quick processing. Love it!
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    G Riar
    G RiarCEO @ Deprigo / Founder @ Syrreo.com · Written
    I am using Stripe, and I highly recommend it. Besides what others have mentioned, developers don't have to worry about PCI Compliance when integrating within application/app.
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    Sunny Paris
    Sunny ParisCEO @ You Don't Need a CRM! · Written
    Easy to setup. Nice to developers
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  5. 12
    Braintree

    Accept payments online

    Easy to install and accepts Paypal as well besides CC
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    Christian C
    Christian CCEO @ Engiweb Ltd / Manipulist · Written
    I agree with Catalin, I tried other services but this was the easiest one to setup and easy to integrate with Paypal
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    We tried Braintree briefly, but it was such a pain to set up and had extremely poor support for international payments. Would not recommend.
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  6. 9
    Chargify

    Easily Manage Your Recurring Revenue Business

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Before implementing Stripe webhooks, I was recommended Chargify to get rid of the hassle and I did play around a bit. It helps with recurring billing for all kinds and has a powerful email workflow system. They too integrate with Stripe and most banks directly.
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    I work with the team directly, can help you out best I can.
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  7. 7
    Paddle

    Everything you need to sell apps and content.

    Bernardo de Castro
    Bernardo de CastroBack-end Dev, Founder the Bybrand.io · Written
    I use Paddle.com. Is easy for integration, mainly if your SaaS work with subcription. But not is perfect, they are plastered, in connection with e-mail notifications, to customers. You can not change anything, not even your own logo.
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    • gerasim_sergey
      gerasim_sergeyCEO MacPlus Software, www.noteifyapp.com

      For more than a year I have been trying to work with this system, my problems have not been resolved and I have been suffering for many months, the support service answers very rarely and is not qualified, I have not really received any help.

      I DO NOT RECOMMEND I HAVE ANYTHING WITH THIS COMPANY

  8. Marc
    MarcHackerpreneur Mag & Letterlist.com · Written
    Amazingly simple, handles intl sales tax/ VAT, coupon codes, affiliates.
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  9. Because it's very cheap (no fees on transactions) and it connects very well with Zoho CRM and Zoho Books.
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  10. 3
    Razorpay

    Stripe for India

    Mohammed Rafy
    Mohammed Rafy5All things Community · Written
    24/7 Customer Support and impressive & easy to use product.
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  11. 1
    Simple Invoices

    Send beautiful invoices with built-in payment in seconds

    Laurent Perrier
    Laurent PerrierEntrepreneur - Developer · Written
    Laurent Perrier made this product
    Setup recurring payments in seconds, integrate with your own Stripe account for when you want to switch to a custom integration, and no percentage based pricing so you can keep your cost down.
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    Memberful

    Memberful makes selling memberships on your website easy

    I've had good experience with Memberful
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  13. Satish Gaire
    Satish GaireProduct Launch · Written
    Easy to setup, Various checkout pages, Awesome Email/SMS Marketing Features, Built In Support platform, AutoProspecting for cart abandoners etc
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  14. Tony Launchberg
    Tony LaunchbergDigital Marketing expert · Written
    Multiple options for recurring payments.
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