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Power Any Billing Model

Eliminate errors, late billing runs, and unhappy customers while saving money and time. eLabs is a billing and payments platform that automates your payment collection and supports a suite of pricing models.
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If You Can Imagine It, We Can Bill It

A variety of billing models customized based on your needs provides endless possibilities for monetizing your offer portfolio.

One-time charges

Increase revenue by charging a one-time fee to existing subscribers at any time

Billing Frequencies

You should define a custom period for any offer, such as yearly, quarterly, or monthly.

Freemium

Use freemium offers to increase traffic, adoption, and upsells.

Setup

Charge a one-time setup fee on signup or after a trial period

Fixed Pricing Model

Simple and common recurring billing model. Define the recurring price and frequency while eLabs automates the rest.
Example: Charge $39.99/month at signup, or $399.99/year with an annual plan.

Use-Based Pricing

Using usage-based pricing aligns monetization with how customers consume your products and services. It also enables a wide range of flexible pricing options.

Quantity Based

Charges based on subscribed quantities, such as the number of user licenses/seats, contacts, etc.

Usage-Based

You can bill whenever you use a unit that resets to zero at the end of the billing period, such as minutes or data transferred.

Per Unit Usage-Based Pricing

If a customer buys one unit or 100 units, the price per unit will always be the same, regardless of the quantity.

Volume Usage-Based

Each price bracket has a different price per unit based on the quantity ordered. If, for example, a customer purchased ten units, they would pay $50/unit, or if they bought fifteen units, they would pay $40/unit.

Tiered Usage-Based Pricing

Depending on the quantity, the price is determined by different brackets. For the first ten units, the customer pays $50/unit, and for units 11-20, they pay $40/unit.

Stair-step Usage-Based Pricing

A range of pricing instead of a
per-unit cost. For example, the first 50 emails are free, 51-1,000 emails cost $99/month, etc.

Hybrid Pricing

Hybrid pricing targets revenue growth by combining multiple billing models.

Two-Part Tariff Pricing

For example, a payment processor charges 2.5% plus
$0.30 per transaction.

Three-Part Tariff Pricing

For example, your payment processor charges $50/month plus 2.5% of revenue plus $0.25/transaction

À La Carte Pricing

Make it possible for customers to choose the bundle that best suits their needs by offering various products and services.

For example, a technology company provides a choice of computing products and hosting services.

Multi-Frequency Pricing

Multi-subscription billing allows for unique billing scenarios where customers must be billed at different intervals for multiple subscriptions.

For example, a SAAS company charges $1000/year for their services and $150/month for premium customer support.

Minimum or Maximum Pricing

This price model is based on the greater or lesser of two different pricing variables. It is good for establishing a price floor or ceiling.

For example, payment processor charges the greater of $5000/month or 1.0% of sales.

Custom Pricing

Every customer receives a customized recurring charge. Each pricing scenario can be set internally (set custom price) or externally (name your price).

For example, a unique price package based on a customer’s needs.

Split-Amount Pricing

Establish a certain dollar amount or percentage that will be billed upfront and the balance will be collected once the product or service is delivered.

For example, a website designer charges 50% upfront and 50% when the website is complete

Perpetual License Pricing

Charge a one-time upfront fee, followed by monthly maintenance and support fees.

For example, software is $200 to download and $49/year for updates and support.

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