Here is a number to marvel over: $2.3 trillion. Thats the size the subscription revenue marketplace will be in 2020 if economic forecasters are to be believed. Thats up half a trillion dollars from today. Where will this growth emerge, you may ask? And, how can my business capture its share?
In this article, we’ll discuss winning member-centric strategies used by two popular D2C brands to tackle challenges and fuel tremendous growth.
The subscription business model offers companies a fast track to growth, offering just about anything from entertainment streaming services to renters' insurance. Yet to harness that growth potential, businesses need a subscription-centric billing solution that can keep up with their vision, market demands, and innovation in products and services. At a certain point, however, an upgrade from a legacy billing approach to a more capable billing platform is necessary to handle the volume and complexity of recurring revenue operations, as well as facilitate growth at scale. Here are five billing considerations to help guide your decision-making process.
According to PwC, the global OTT video market will double in size between 2019 and 2023, when it will total $72.8 billion. A rapidly expanding marketplace means increased competition for OTT video service providers, who must find the right go-to-market (GTM) strategy.
One of the many benefits of a subscription business model, especially for consumer-facing services, is that companies don't need to feel confined to particular regions. Even the most modest subscription-based business can have an international footprint. Global expansion is very much in play for subscription businesses as demand for these types of services continues to grow in different international markets. Here's what you need to know before taking the plunge with your subscription business into international waters.
One important reason why electronic payments continue to gain popularity is that they’re easy and convenient. In the subscription industry, there are...
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Losing four out of 10 customers to a failed payment is a high price to pay during a time with so much economic uncertainty. Businesses can’t afford to lose customers and they certainly shouldn’t be losing them due to a payments issue.
In these trying times, subscription businesses need to ask themselves what their responsibility is to their customers. Do they suspend payments? Offer free subscriptions? How do they stay connected with their subscriber base during these times? Vindicia's Jesus Luzardo explores how to do the right thing by your subscribers.
Customers expect subscription platforms to seamlessly handle every aspect of the user journey, from onboarding and payment processing to their identity, access and consumption, no matter how complicated those processes become.