The Stripe integration currently only supports one time payments. It should also support recurring payments so it can be used for Quotes that include Products with recurring payments.
This is exactly what I'm looking for. I use Hubspot Sales Pro for Deal/CRM flow. I have a SaaS model and need to 1) create quote for recurring products (I do this in Hubspot) and 2) Accept/sign Quote (I do this separately in HelloSign) and 3) Enter Payment Information (I do this separately in WePay).
Funny thing is I've purchased other Hubspot Products and Hubspot has this ability. I received a quote with a recurring product, I agreed to terms, I entered payment info and now I get billed on a recurring basis.
I've looked at integrating separate Recurring Billing/Payment solutions like recurly, chargify, freshbooks, zuora and many others- I can't find a solution.
Bottom line: I want to send out an invoice for a yearly commitment to my SaaS. I want that agreement to have the ability to sign, enter payment info and automatically process payments.
HELP HUBSPOT... or....Anyone want to team up and help us build this solution?
Hey there, we actually created a fully integrated quoting and invoicing solution for Hubspot. It's called Paycove (www.paycove.io) and we can help with your recurring billing challenges. We're also integrated with some other payment solutions, so you can reduce Stripe's fees as well. Let me know if you'd like to schedule a demo with our team. I've also attached a tutorial for our Hubspot product. Thanks! firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a timeline on when this will be released?
@nicknem our solution is live now. www.paycove.io and sign up for a free trial.
Here's a link to our (first draft) Paycove demo video:
Paycove Hubspot Demo
@hroberts we had been planning on using quotes for larger deals, especially when we have a firm that purchases, say, 50 licenses from us. We'd like to be able to use Stripe and Quotes, but would like to do so with their ACH functionality, since it costs us $5, vs like $1400 ($50k deal size). Right now we're using external tools, but I like where you're going.
Recurring would be MASSIVE as well. We would need the Stripe ID or subscription ID, and our app (which already is connected bi-directionally with Hubspot) so that the users' recurring subscription continues automatically. Right now we do that in-app, but would love to have a quote option as well. It just feels better when working with a salesperson, rather than just telling them "log in to our app and you'll be prompted for billing"
Agreed! Recurring Payments through stripe is a much-needed feature. Please get on this HubSpot!
@hroberts we are also interested in this - for our bigger customers it would be great to allow our sales people to generate and collect orders/payments through the system. Almost all of our customers are subscription customers so this will only work if subscriptions are supported.
Just talked to Paycove who appears to be able to do this and integrate with Hubspot. All of our clients are on a subscription model so we need this to happen to use Hubspot's quotes. To be honest it makes Hubspot less sticky for me since I have to go to a third party to close deals.
Update from me. Hubspot has built out recurring payments to Stripe. It is Awesome, but still doesn't work for us. Here's why:
Pros: We sign a deal and send a quote/invoice via Hubspot to customer with both 1) one-time fee due now and 2) recurring subscription due now. Customer pays off of quote, Stripe creates customer. Works great.
Cons: We sign a deal and send quote/invoice via Hubspot to customer for both 1) one-time fee due now and 2) recurring subscription due in 15 or 17 or 23 or 30 days. Hubspot doesn't support separate start dates/delayed start dates. Doesn't work.
Majority of our deals are upfront one-time deals and a specific start date on the subscription. I was told separate start dates will be built shortly...
In the meantime, I'm still left doing everything inside Stripe manually or looking at other 3rd party companies. *Also tried Paycove, but they couldn't handle separate/delayed start dates either.
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