Thomas Pedersen
Thomas Pedersen

Bunny Pay - Integrated payment processing

The concept behind Bunny was to develop an exceptionally user-friendly RevOps platform tailored for B2B SaaS companies. The focus was on simplicity: fewer components, reduced integration complexity, lower costs, enhanced usability, and quicker operations. Today, Bunny has successfully integrated billing, quoting, customer self-service, tenant provisioning, and analytics. We're now introducing the sixth element: payment processing.

Payment processing, while crucial for billing, is a straightforward and standard feature available from a multiple of vendors. Now it is integrated in Bunny and aims to reduce the number of vendors our customers need to engage with. 

Bunny Pay facilitates card processing and ACH (Automated Clearing House) transactions at competitive industry rates:

  • Card Transactions: $0.30 per transaction + 2.9%

  • ACH Transactions: $0.50 per transaction

Merchant applications are generally approved within 24 hours, enabling immediate payment processing on Bunny’s platform.

With integrated payment processing, Bunny further simplifies the quote-to-cash process for SaaS companies.

Currently, Bunny Pay is available to merchants in the United States and Canada, with plans to expand to Europe later in 2024. Meanwhile, Bunny's existing Stripe integration remains an option for payment processing in all regions.

For further details about Bunny Pay, please reach out to sales@bunny.com.

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