Payment Analytics — Simplified
Could the battle of PayPal vs Stripe be over when business owners learn they can run two payment processors?
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Understanding your customer and knowing how to get the most out of them has got to be at the forefront of any successful company strategy in order to elevate growth and potential investment. That’s why optimizing customer lifetime value (CLV) is a business strategy that you need to be doing on a regular basis – no ifs and no buts.
The summer of 2007 was not a good time to be a stock trader. The global economies were entering into the worst financial crisis since The Great Depression, and uncertainty hung in the air.
Want to gain venture capital for your business? You’ll need to brush up on your growth metrics.
Nine out of ten spreadsheets contain errors. Is the way you handle your payment analytics data secretly killing your business?
Lying to investors, stunting business growth, and spending more than you should — don’t fall into the MRR inaccuracy trap.
Kick starting your payment analytics monitoring with a clear goal is essential to staying diligent long-term and effectively utilizing the data.
Acquiring payment analytics to help inform and grow your business on your own requires a bit of elbow grease, and involves implementing the 5 Cs.
Stop taking up your development team’s time and wasting money. Our payment analytics app can save your eCommerce/SaaS/subscription startup $22M
Staying in the cash flow trough for too long will be harmful to your business, as you are spending more than you are making. Get out as soon as possible.
Churn reduction is essential to any SaaS business, so it is important that the product and the company hook the users and keep them coming back.
The Stripe ecosystem empowers third-party tools, products, and apps for all areas of a business to work seamlessly together.
Stripe + Squarespace transaction fees take a small percentage of all sales; it’s a part of running an online business, but don’t leave money on the table.
View your customer and revenue growth quickly with the Control Global Heat Map. Scroll over each country to see how you are progressing in that market.
John Collison, co-founder and president of Stripe, discusses future plans for the company and the mission to continue making online commerce frictionless.
Due to weak security measures and lack of consumer and merchant payment education, online fraud is more prevalent in some countries than others.
Calculating run rate can be an insightful exercise, helping operators gauge the success of their company’s performance, however, it comes with caveats.
Conducting a SaaS market research will ensure that the product you create solves a specific problem for a group of people that are ready to buy.
Avoid the pain and hassle of migrating services by picking a scalable eCommerce platform at the early stages of your business rather than the cheapest.
Download Real-time Updates for PayPal Analytics plugin for WooCommerce and receive instant payment data on Control’s iOS, Android, and web app.
Tracking the locations of payment decline gives online merchants insights to where they need to monitor security and improve payment systems.
The recurring revenue business model has helped many online companies grow their business, retain customers, and understand the market they are in.
Control was selected as top “Rising Star” and “Great User Experience” in the online business intelligence category & as top 20 for managing on the go.
In the US, using credit cards to pay for online services and products is normal, however, other countries are more inclined to use PayPal and other options.
In a subscription business, consumers pay a monthly recurring fee. The industry has drastically changed; here’s what 2016 looks like.
PayPal makes it easy to send and receive money online, but how much do the transactions actually cost you? Is PayPal hiding fees from you?
Find out why customers left your SaaS service by conducting a cohort analysis to understand when and why they decided to end the relationship.
Now that your have your customer lifetime value, how can you use this important metric to please customers, know your competitors, and grow your business?