Chargebee Stock

chargebee.comEnterprise Software / Business OperationsFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $477.27MM

Chargebee is a recurring billing and subscription management tool that helps SaaS and SaaS-like businesses streamline revenue operations This company was founded by Krish Subramanian, Rajaraman Santhanam, KP Saravanan and Thiyagarajan T. in 2011 and is headquartered in Walnut, CA. Chargebee integrates with the leading payment gateways like Stripe, Braintree, PayPal etc. to let their customers automate recurring payment collection along with invoicing, taxes, accounting, email notifications and customer management.

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Team

Management Team

Krishnamoorthy Subramanian
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Michael Beach
Chief Financial Officer
Rajaraman Santhanam
Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer & Board Member
Saravanan Ponnuswamy
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Sanjay Manchanda
Chief Marketing Officer
Adam Tesan
Chief Revenue Officer
Thiyagarajan Thirugnanasambandam
Co-Founder, Architect & Board Member

Board Members

Shekhar Kirani Ph.D
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News Highlights

Chargebee and Razorpay partner to bring SaaS subscription businesses in India

Chargebee, a subscription management platform, announced it has partnered with Razorpay, India’s full-stack financial solutions company, to offer subscription billing services in India.

Chargebee Launches eInvoicing Service

Chargebee, a San Francisco-based subscription management platform, has introduced an eInvoicing service for subscription model businesses, the company announced Wednesday (March 16).

Chargebee acquires Numberz and launches Chargebee Receivables

Subscription management platform Chargebee said it has acquired collections management platform Numberz.

Software startup Chargebee valued at $3.5B in latest funding round

Enterprise software startup Chargebee has raised $250M. The latest round of funding more than doubles the company's valuation in just nine months, highlighting the potential of its tools and services in helping companies manage their subscription-based models.
Updated on: Jul 25, 2024

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