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Software Description:

ChargeOver makes it possible for any recurring billing or subscription model business to get paid faster, reduce churn, and grow more.

By seamlessly automating billing, payments, and dunning, ChargeOver transforms a day's worth of work into minutes. Its integrations and API allow for a seamless fit into your existing operations.

Software Description:

Tradies can quote and invoice on the go, even accept credit card payments from a device they already carry with them. The 'light' accounting gets done automatically in the background.

If the customer is not in a position to utilise the on-the-spot payment option, Paytradie offers an email series of automatic due/outstanding payment reminders, sent to the customer, with an embedded secure online credit card payment option.

There is no merchant account setup required. i.e. no bank paperwork to complete. Sign up to Paytradie and complete a quick 1 minute set up to start accepting credit cards immediately.

Software Description:

Braintree is a quick and easy way to accept payments online and on a mobile app. Users can start accepting Bitcoin, Venom, Paypal, Apple Pay, bank cards, and whatever’s next — all with a single integration.

Braintree works in 40 countries with 130 currencies. Payment processing is completely free for the first £30,000. Pricing is then 2.4% + £.20 per transaction. There is no minimum or monthly fees.

Features:

  • API
  • Billing/Invoicing
  • Chat
  • Customer Management
  • History/Version Control
  • Multi-Currency
  • Payment Processor

Features:

  • Billing/Invoicing
  • Customer Management
  • History/Version Control
  • Notifications
  • Payment Processor
  • Project Management

Features:

Summary:

  • Integrate with QuickBooks, Xero, Zapier, and others

  • Use API, .js, and webhooks to integrate with SaaS applications

  • Easily add one-time charges, discounts, and trials

  • Brand all customer-facing emails and pdfs (such as invoices and receipts) with custom HTML

  • Check standard and custom reporting to track progress

Summary:

  • Payments by card or bank transfer

  • Reduced fees on payment processing

  • Safely access data

  • Built for mobile and desktop

  • Local based support

  • Improve your cash flow

Summary:

  • Instant sign-up: start accepting payments in minutes.

  • Live customer support: you call, Braintree answers.

  • Accepts 130 currencies across 40 countries.

  • Fluent in 6 server-side languages and mobile SDKs.

  • Full PCI compliance.

Pricing:

  • Starting from: $65.00/month
  • Credit card required: N/A
  • Starter $65/month - 50 billed (active) customers each month or fewer
    Basic $115/month - 51-150 billed (active) customers each month or fewer
    Professional $229/month - 151 - 500 billed (active) customers each month or fewer
    Commercial $549/month 501 - 2500 billed (active) customers each month or fewer

Pricing:

  • Starting from: $8.00/month
  • Credit card required: No
  • Full: $8/month
    Pro: $28/month

FAQs:

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Publisher:

Founded:
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Based in:
Minneapolis
Employees:
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Likes:
Followers:
5.78k

Publisher:

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Based in:
Perth
Employees:
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Likes:
685
Followers:
2.02k

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Based in:
Chicago
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Who uses ChargeOver
  • Startups
  • SMEs
  • Agencies
  • Enterprises
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Languages:
English
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.

Other:

Who uses Paytradie
  • Personal
  • Freelance
  • Startups
  • SMEs
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Languages:
English
Regional Restrictions:
Australia

Other:

Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.
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