At Chargify, a “Site” serves as a container for plans, subscribers of those plans, and the resulting recurring revenue. If your business uses multiple Sites, our new Cross-Site Analytics will roll-up the analytics from each Site into an aggregated, account-level view of health.
But what if different Sites use different currencies? We've got you covered with configurable currency conversions that consolidate revenue analytics into whatever default currency you define.
Earlier this year, we announced our new Revenue Recognition Reporting capabilities.
Today we are happy to introduce fine-grain revenue deferral settings to control when revenue should be recognized for every Product and Component within your product catalog.
With Deferred Revenue Management, our Revenue Recognition Reports now provide a truly automated solution that eliminates manual reporting tasks to comply with ASC 606 & IFRS 15 accounting standards.
A/B tests, launching new offers, targeting new segments, negotiating custom deals…
The list is long for why your pricing will change over time, but the one constant is that it will change.
Product Price Points is our newest pricing tool that enables you to associate different prices and settings for any product within your product catalog. The end result is a flexible, scalable solution that also yields cleaner, faster reporting—it’s a win-win.
Many Chargify customers have multiple Sites for various reasons—different business units, targeted countries, customer projects, etc.
If this matches your use case, we’ve released the ability to merge metrics with consolidated, cross-Site exports. This release adds support for subscriber and finance reports and lays the foundation for future cross-Site reporting capabilities.
We wrapped up 2018 with the news that we acquired revenue recognition software ProRata. We’re happy to announce that their team and technology has been seamlessly integrated into Chargify.
Our new reports automate revenue recognition (goodbye spreadsheets!) and simplify ASC 606/IFRS 15 compliance that all subscription businesses must adhere to in 2019.
We’re happy to announce that we have partnered with GoCardless to offer Direct Debit payments, which in turn, helps subscription businesses expand globally and quickly adapt to customers’ changing payment preferences.
This release adds support for the following countries and currencies: SEPA (Eurozone/EUR), BACS (UK/GPD), BECS ( Australia/AUD), and PAD (Canada/CAD).