“Keeping stationary drains your brain, but moving around shows you new things, new inspiration, and keeps the blood moving.” ~ Daphne Oz
The COVID-19 pandemic came as an acute adversity that flipped throughout life. Many businesses came to a standstill due to the restrictions of staying at home and keeping lives safe.
Ever walked out of a shop empty handed due to the vendor taking his own sweet time to attend you or the pricing is higher than it is worth?
In today's rapidly developing world of subscription business, storing, accessing and maintaining 'BIG DATA' is a task in itself.
A loyal and retained customer will act as an ambassador of your brand and product, and provide recurring cash flow to your business. Bringing New customers is not only an effort taking but promising job as well. It is not about selling a product, it is about gaining customers. When the matured customers are happy, it’s easier to attract new ones.
Since 2021, MYFUNDBOX a bootstrapped Start-up, has been offering a Subscription Billing Platform for all business that rely on recurring payments and Subscriptions.
Are you looking for a way to keep track of your customers and their subscriptions? Then you need a subscription management system. Read on to learn about the benefits of using one!
How you accept payments from your customers probably isn’t an area you spent a lot of time researching. But businesses that don’t optimise their method of accepting payment commonly create these ongoing problems for themselves:
Does your checkout need a checkup? For nearly all ecommerce businesses, the answer is an emphatic yes, according to MYFUNDBOX Subscription Billing’s global payments platform, Stripe. In a recent study that surveyed leading B2B and B2C ecommerce sites and customers, Stripe discovered that 96% of sites in North America, as well as 95% in Asia-Pacific and 94% in Europe, had at least five basic errors in their checkouts. The problem not only spans regions, but also organizations of all sizes, from startups to large, established ecommerce sites with teams focused on increasing conversions.
The trend toward #subscription-based business is clear: by 2023, 75% of direct-to-consumer #ecommerce brands are expected to adopt a subscription model.