Are you considering migrating your products and services to a SaaS business model? Are you unsure of how to reduce involuntary subscriber churn? Have you ever wondered if there’s a better way to manage your lease portfolio? The following resources have been curated to address concerns related to SaaS migration, the subscription economy, dunning management for subscription services, and property lease management.
Understand the pros and cons of SaaS migration
Despite most companies relying on SaaS solutions, many are slow to embrace it as a business model for their own products and services. Increasing, customer demand continues to soar and those that fail to adapt may be left behind. SaaS migration requires a great deal of consideration, but
Our Head of Marketing, Khaled Nassrasat down with Jason Gumpert to discuss the rise of the subscription economy and how Microsoft is ideally positioned to service these customer needs.
Roughly 2% of subscribers churn each month due to expired credit cards. That’s a lot and that’s only one reason for failed payments. If not properly dealt with, subscription-based businesses stand to lose a sizable chunk of revenue due to involuntary churn. Luckily, companies that implement effective dunning management stand to recoup those losses and offer a more positive customer experience.
Managing a portfolio of leases is a complex process that most companies fail to get right. Many still rely on tedious and time-consuming spreadsheets or are forced to juggle disparate systems and error-prone integrations. As a result, they face stressful situations, struggling to prove compliance and wasting countless hours tracking down accurate data across multiple systems.