Our billing is generally to large companies. We and they predominantly use invoices and money transfers. For smaller clients we use either Paypal or Stripe. Stripe is nice--it has a nice interface and is easy to use for our clients.
Alain van Gils
Co-founder & CEO - T-shaped
We are evaluating four tools: BrainTree, Stripe, Adyen and GestPay Starter from Banca Sella. We are leaning towards Stripe because it is easier to integrate.
Founder & CEO - Velasca
Stripe is fantastic. I appreciate in particular the ability to have different development and production environments. It makes setting up a credit card processing system very easy. In all the years that we used it, Stripe never had any stability or reliability issue.
Co-founder & CEO - Periscope
43%Stacklist Startups Are Using Stripe
Stripe is a credit card processing platform built with developers in mind and ease of integration as the top priority. Its features include customizable payment forms, card storage, automatic processing and the ability to handle foreign currency, but it’s Stripe’s focus on “beautiful code” and powerful APIs that make it the most popular credit card processor among the Stacklist community. Stripe’s seamless integration with other platforms has made it virtually ubiquitous in the industry. Stacklist users agree that Stripe is by far the easiest credit card processor to implement, and also appreciate the tool for its usability, customer interface, tracking and customer service.
Stripe’s easy implementation and best-in-class integrations with other apps make it extremely valuable for lean startups. But its popularity rings true for any company of any size that’s looking to offer a top-notch payment experience for customers and an easy interface for its employees.
Like its product, Stripe’s pricing is simple. It asks for 2.9% plus 30 cents for each successful charge. They offer negotiable pricing if you have upwards of $80,000 sales per month.
Visit the website: https://stripe.com