LogMeIn Selects Aria's Billing and Monetization Platform to Broaden its Product Portfolio and Support Customer Needs
FREMONT, CA: Today’s businesses require flexible, configurable billing that can handle a wide variety of subscription and usage-based monetization models without IT intervention. To help companies meet customer and market demands through innovative billing strategies, Aria has designed its cloud-based billing and monetization platform. LogMeIn has now selected Aria to broaden its product portfolio for meeting the diverse and evolving needs of its growing customer base.
To accelerate growth, companies move to recurring revenue models as successful recurring revenue companies are rewarded with larger profits, higher valuations, and increased share prices. To get there, LogMeIn, a software company, selected Aria to leverage its technology across their product lines to offer new product releases while enabling a common, intuitive user experience with a variety of payment options. After making a detailed evaluation of several vendors, Aria has been chosen to support portfolio expansion and rapid recurring growth because of its superior product range backed by domain experts who really know their job.
Aria’s agile billing process is fully automated and provides an array of easily adjustable invoicing options to meet specific business and compliance needs. The company’s end-to-end recurring revenue engine helps businesses to manage each revenue moment across the entire ecosystem from one central platform. The platform enables adding of new customers on website or in Salesforce, automating customer onboarding, service activation, charging, billing, and invoicing. Enterprises can keep customer data in-sync across platforms with Aria and without custom coding or IT intervention.
"LogMeIn is continually innovating our services to allow millions of people to simply and securely connect with each other and the world around them. Aria has proven it can handle the scale we need, and its dynamic product catalog provided a great way to support a wide variety of models, from high-volume transactional products to sophisticated and customized enterprise products. It also provides the potential to open up new opportunities for better, and automated, communications that serve our customers," says Cara Goodwin, Director of Purchases and Subscriptions, LogMeIn.
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