We use Stripe with Recurly on top. We’ve been using this combination for 3 years as the main company that processes payment, but we manage everything on Recurly. Stripe is quite good because it’s so easy to generate invoices and manage current invoicing. Even some of the older admin people feel comfortable using it. It’s non-tech friendly.
Marketing Director - ForceManager
We use Recurly for billing.
Founder & CEO - ChartMogul
Recurly does the job; it’s not one of those tools you choose because you’re excited about it. You need it to process credit cards. When we chose Recurly, Chargebee didn’t exist. At the time it was basically Stripe, Recurly, and Chargify. Recurly were the first ones to do PayPal and Credit Cards in one payment platform, which we really like because so many of our customers were paying with PayPal. We’ve been looking into Chargebee and they have more currencies. If we had to make the choice again today, we would probably go with Chargebee.
Founder & CEO - Agorapulse
We thought of Recurly because it is a larger tool, but it is more expensive.
Co-founder & CEO - Moesif
Recurly handles our subscription plans. The advantage over Stripe is that there is a system called Dunning Management built into Recurly. If the client’s credit card doesn’t process the payment, it automatically triggers a series of actions including retrying the card and sending email notifications. This is possible in Stripe as well, but you need to buy a service from an external vendor.
Founder - Nicely Noted
I’ve been using Recurly for 1.5 - 2 years. It’s a really great product with good visibility and good analytics. It’s a really solid product.
Co-founder - Outbound
We use Recurly on top of TSYS Payments, and will continue to use it on top of Stripe when we switch over to them. Recurly doesn’t alert us to chargebacks.
Co-founder - Rocksbox
We’ve used Recurly for a long time; it does what it says it’ll do.
Head of Marketing - Pipedrive
Recurly is great. There are really no cons. It’s really flushed out, has low fees and good APIs.
Co-founder & CIO - Enplug
We use Recurly for subscription management.
CMO & EVP of Sales - ExecRank
We use Recurly for Android and web payments. They’re very good at handling recurring payments, and we’re happy with them.
Founder & CMO - Cloze
A lot of our customers are old and prefer to handle payment other ways, so we don't use Recurly much, but we're trying to adopt a more modern model. We like what we've done with Recurly so far.
Founder - SenseHealth
(Most of) our clients tend to get invoiced. We use Recurly for smaller accounts that need recurring credit card billing.
CEO & Co-founder - Movable Ink
We love Recurly for ecommerce and subscription management.
Co-founder - Crowdability
3%Stacklist Startups Are Using Recurly
Recurly is a subscription billing service utilized by businesses that charge a recurring subscription fee. The tool sports features like the ability to create multiple pricing plans, an interface that allows customers to easily upgrade or downgrade their package and the ability to offer your product as a free trial. As a subscription service manager, Recurly doesn’t handle the entire credit card processing operation; rather it adds additional features and flexibility around subscriptions, but sits atop payment gateways like Braintree or Stripe.
Recurly’s customers range from Seed to Growth stage, both B2B and B2C that have subscription products.
Recurly has two pricing packages. Its core package, at $99/month, charges 1.25% of revenue plus 10 cents per transaction. It also has an Enterprise package for $299/month that has the same transaction price, but includes additional features like invoice billing, multicurrency support and Salesforce integration. If you are bringing in over $500,000 a month, Recurly also offers custom pricing plans.
Visit the website: https://recurly.com/