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Subscription businesses operating across state lines must be highly attuned to the various legal restrictions regarding the industry
Transaction data can help subscription companies craft a personalized customer experience.
Your super users are more than fans of your subscription business. Creating products tailored to their needs can help you improve all of your clients’ satisfaction.
Mastering subscription retention begins with understand churn and strategizing ways to control it.
To have meaningful and positive customer experiences, subscription businesses must evolve their customer communications strategies beyond email to support the channels their customers prefer, and to bring interactive context to the dialog.
GDPR is about to become the law of the land in the EU. At Vindicia, we’ve designed our platform and policies to help our merchants meet their regulatory obligations efficiently and with minimal burden on their business models.
Prophets of doom envisioned catastrophic Y2K scenarios ranging from a banking collapse to nuclear reactors going haywire. Is the same true for the new FASB/IASB revenue recognition accounting standards?
The prophets of doom are enjoying a payday with the new FASB and IASB revenue recognition standards. However, a new white paper argues that the regulations will not necessarily force all companies to undergo dramatic change.
New accounting guidelines set by the FASB and IASB will change the way subscription businesses recognize revenue. Implementing the new guidelines will require changes in accounting processes, policies and systems.
Marketers of subscription products should focus on customer retention just as much as (or perhaps more than) customer acquisition. Here are the most effective online strategies on which to focus.