Zuora, a subscription billing and commerce company, has enhanced its multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) billing platform with a new level of flexibility across invoicing, subscription change management, reporting and integration.
New features include:
- Subscription amendment previews.
- Modular subscription invoicing.
- Enterprise reporting and integration enhancements.
“Being able to easily make changes to a subscription order such as adding additional bandwidth or another mobile line is key to our customers,” said Bryan Ferre, chief marketing officer (CMO) of Elevate. “Zuora’s new preview feature is powerful because it allows our customers to see changes, such as upgrading to a higher plan, before they place their order. When it comes to being in touch with our customers’ buying experience, Zuora consistently delivers.”
All enhancements have been rolled out across product lines built for key ecosystem partners including salesforce.com, PayPal, Microsoft and VMWare.
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