Subscription billing specialists Zuora have announced the launch of Z-Business Nine, the latest edition of their ground breaking Relationship Business Management (RBM) platform, and which is specifically aimed at multi-divisional multinationals.
The new-generation platform has been developed to address rising customer demand for immediate, personalised control over their subscriptions. It aims to help firms restructure their business models around recurring revenue and is designed to integrate with Salesforce, allowing users to keep account records consistent, streamline collections and keep an eye on any changes to subscriptions.
Zuora’s existing customers, who include Dell, Intuit and News UK, automatically received the update. “We continue to value Zuora because it is Web-based, amazingly easy to use, reduces our price-change capability to mere minutes, saves time and money and is well-integrated with our enterprise architecture,” said Nick von der Wense, VP of Marketing at Neopost, a Zuora client.
“As the world moves to the Subscription Economy, consumers demand flexibility and a personalised experience in how they purchase and consume services,” said Tien Tzuo, Zuora’s CEO and Founder. “The winners are the businesses who develop ongoing relationships and deliver increasing value to their customers. At Zuora, we’re making this a reality, allowing enterprises to drive growth through reinvention. Nine enables global enterprises to do this on a system that coexists with their ERP and offers the scalability, control and security they demand.”
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