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Chargebee hit home with its SaaS solution for subscriptions. But it has a hurdle: payments.

While Chargebee continues to be a successful SaaS story of a company built in India, it faces a challenge from its collaborators, namely payment gateways. There’s too much friction between the layers in the payments process, and trust deficit makes it worse. Plus, there’s the looming shadow of the gateways themselves becoming its rivals.
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21 Sep 2020 12 Mins Read 0 comment
Krish Subramanian, co-founder & CEO, Chargebee BCCL
Krish Subramanian, co-founder & CEO, Chargebee
Here’s a business idea for you: Since online classes are all the rage these days, you decide to put your educational degree to use and take a chance at teaching online. You’ve found Zoom-like tools to schedule classes and now need to get down to the cumbersome task of managing pricing and billing. This is when
We will have to build an accounting system to help them, that is sub-optimal,” says Subramanian. He believes Chargebee serves businesses that have enough wiggle room to experiment, scale, and tweak its subscription model. High growth market, scalable, minimum annual revenue – that sounds more like narrowing the market than growing it. (Graphic by Sadhana Saxena)
Here’s a business idea for you: Since online classes are all the rage these days, you decide to put your educational degree to use and take a chance at teaching online. You’ve found Zoom-like tools to schedule classes and now need to get down to the cumbersome task of managing pricing and billing. This is when We will have to build an accounting system to help them, that is sub-optimal,” says Subramanian. He believes Chargebee serves businesses that have enough wiggle room to experiment, scale, and tweak its subscription model. High growth market, scalable, minimum annual revenue – that sounds more like narrowing the market than growing it. (Graphic by Sadhana Saxena)

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