Subskribe is the unified CPQ, billing, and revenue recognition platform that enables innovative SaaS deals. Subskribe natively supports complex ramps, multiple amendments, and consumption billing, and seamlessly tracks deliverables for revenue reconciliation.
Zuora’s piecemeal approach to quoting, billing, and revenue recognition increases implementation time, adds complexity, and limits your ability to adapt quickly. Get ready to pay for expensive Zuora consultants to help with not just implementation, but also using the product day to day.
Be up and running with Subskribe in weeks, not months.
Implementation can take more than 3 months to go live, and expect to spend extra time and money hiring Zuora consultants and reconfiguring and replacing your existing tech stack to integrate.
Create complex enterprise quotes and invoices with ease. Subskribe supports multi-year ramp deals, usage-based billing, hybrid models, and bundles, among others, all natively supported across quoting, billing, and revenue.
Handling complex deal structures — like multi-year deals with custom ramp schedules — from quote to revenue are a struggle, requiring manual workarounds that add an extra layer of complexity.
Start using Subskribe on Day 1. With virtually no user training needed, users can create custom ramp deals, launch new plans, and more in just a few clicks.
Zuora’s unintuitive UI is unnecessarily complex, making simple tasks difficult and taking away focus from more critical items.
Maintain compliance with ASC 606 standards. Subskribe recognizes and records revenue earned in real time to more accurately forecast future revenues with no costly add-ons.
Revenue recognition is not included in Zuora’s core package. A separate add-on is required at additional cost.
Natively connect CPQ to billing to revenue recognition. With a truly unified quote-to-revenue platform, Subskribe keeps sales and finance on the same page, eliminating manual reconciliation.
No natively unified quote-to-revenue architecture, resulting in endless reconciliation and delays in book closing.