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Zuora, Stripe partner to facilitate subscription experience

Wednesday 9 December 2020 13:52 CET | News

Subscription management platform provider Zuora has revealed a strategic partnership with Stripe to accelerate the growth of the Subscription Economy

A new product integration will enable Zuora customers – including Carbar, Intercom and Seiko Epson – to facilitate their subscription experience with advanced payment capabilities. Via this collaboration, Zuora users will receive access to the full capabilities of Stripe payments. 

Stripe will offer Zuora customers access to its payment capabilities within their existing Zuora subscription management integration, with key benefits like:

  • Advanced payments, fully integrated – Zuora customers will be able to take full advantage of Stripe’s payment processing capabilities integrated with the Zuora platform, including fraud detection, artificial intelligence-enhanced payment retries, and payment processing capabilities that reduce transaction processing costs. Stripe’s direct connections to global card networks and non-card payment methods, such as ACH, SEPA Debit, and Bacs, enables businesses to expand into new markets.

  • Payment flexibility across subscriber experiences – Zuora provides the automation needed to price, package, and bill in countless combinations, and now Stripe adds additional payments flexibility so subscribers can pay when, where, and how they choose.

  • Future-proofed architecture – Stripe and Zuora are working together as part of a modern ecosystem for digital subscriptions and commerce to create solutions that support global businesses. The partnership gives customers the access and ability to use an architecture specific to their unique needs.


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Keywords: Zuora, Stripe, partnership, subscription economy, payment methods, cards
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Online Payments
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce