Get Results: Account Updater for Recurring Billing

Results: Account Updater Reduces Credit Card Declines Disproportionately for B2C Merchants It is no secret that in the world of recurring billing, credit card declines are the bane of your existence. We recommend pursuing all available tactics to ensure that your decline rates are held to a minimum. However, when presented...

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5 Myths about Recruiting in the SF Market

We all know that good talent is hard to find. Is good talent in the San Francisco/Bay Area impossible to find? Never. Here are 5 common myths of recruiting in this competitive marketplace and the truths about them: “San...

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All About Dunning

Tired of chasing down customers for failed payments? Have spreadsheets tracking declines and email communications and promises to pay? Take advantage of Recurly's dunning management to save time, worry, and money! Dunning (or Delinquent User Notification) is a period of time in which a user's payment has failed and both...

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Developing the Recurly Integrator Community

Channel Development is a key component of any effective revenue growth strategy. For solutions like Recurly that are highly self-service and strive to be developer friendly, the community of consultants and creative agencies that work with our platform are a growing source of new business. As the technology experts serving...

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New Feature: Automatically Update Credit Cards

We’re extremely excited to announce the general availability of one of Recurly’s top requested features, the Account Updater. This service automatically updates customer credit card information when it changes, without you having to take any action, and is offered as a free service through Recurly! Why is this important? Over...

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Clustering redis to maximize uptime and scale

At Recurly we use Redis to power website caching, queuing and some application data storage. Just like all the systems we use internally, it has to be stable, have automatic failover incase of failure, and be easily scalable should we need to add more capacity. What is redis? Redis is...

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Open Sourced: Starsky!

Introducing Starsky, an opinionated, high-level NodeJS module for building services with RabbitMQ. This post is full of nerdy stuff involving programming, message queues and why we decided to build our own RabbitMQ module. If you want to cut to the chase, go checkout out the project and get started now! Why did...

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Pro Tip: Calculating Your Monthly Recurring Revenue

Recurly’s Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) report is a helpful tool that gives you a best effort approximation of your monthly recurring revenue at any given time. Using the MRR report in your admin console, you can drag your cursor along the graph to find your MRR on any given day,...

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Recurly .NET API Client v1.0.0 Released

Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of our new .NET API Client Library! A complete rewrite of the previous client, it now brings full support of Recurly API v2 to the world of .NET, including: Plan supportPlan AddOns supportCoupons supportImproved paginationImproved validationIncreased...

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Please Review Our New Terms of Service

At Recurly, we’re constantly making updates to our product to give you new features and an improved Recurly experience. With these new improvements come changes to our Terms of Service, effective April 9, 2014. This new policy allows Recurly to better accommodate new features and services by allowing third party...

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