At Wingback, we're not just about preaching the good word of seamless monetization - we live it. Whether you're a sprightly startup or a seasoned SaaS sage, we're crafting the perfect plan to fit your unique needs.

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? Frequently Asked Questions

Do I still have to pay for Stripe Billing?

— No, you don't need to pay for Stripe Billing, Payment links, or many other features. However, if you want to continue using Stripe to process credit card payments, you'll still need to pay the Stripe credit card processing fee.

I have needs not addressed on your website, such as revenue recognition, complex invoicing requirements, and more. Is Wingback the right tool for me?

— Yes, Wingback has many features and components not listed on the website. We encourage you to talk to us about your specific needs. Wingback was designed for SaaS startups and aims to support them throughout their monetization journey, from the early stages to IPO and beyond.

What is a "transaction-based" fee?

— A transaction-based fee refers to the charges for all transactions billed through Wingback. This is similar to how other billing tools charge. If you have any questions or special pricing requests, feel free to book a call with us to discuss.

What is the easiest way to implement Wingback? Wingback allow me to grandfather my existing customers when changing my pricing model?

— The simplest way to implement Wingback is to build your plans and sign up customers to those plans.

Can you help me with an integration with a specific tool?

— Yes, we can help with integrations, but it depends on your exact needs and the tool in question. Don't hesitate to talk to us about your integration requirements.

How long will it take me to go live with Wingback?

— The time it takes to go live with Wingback depends on the features you want to use. If you are just getting started, the easiest setup can take just minutes, and a full technical integration with metering can be achieved in ~1 week. Often, customers implement Wingback as part of a larger pricing overhaul project, and experience a significant shortening of the timeline by doing so.