Something ideally that integrates with Stripe but requires minimal dev.
- Chargebee is great for managing all the subscription aspects of a SaaSWe've been using Chargebee at Freshworks for a couple of years now. Their new dashboards are lovely.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.
- We are using stripe and will strongly recommend it. They have great developer support, documentation and quick processing. Love it!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.
- I agree with Catalin, I tried other services but this was the easiest one to setup and easy to integrate with Paypal
- 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.
- 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.