If you can’t define what you’re selling, how can you operate efficiently?

The product catalog is the foundation of Bunny and drives quoting, billing, subscription management, analytics and revenue recognition. Without a strong product catalog, your SaaS business will suffer.

Product quickstart

Bunny’s product Quickstart l lets you quickly model your existing plans and pricing and get that information populated into the Bunny product catalog. You can always make adjustments to the plans or add new products and pricing later on.

Flexible charges

Pricing flexibility is key to optimizing revenue and differentiating from competitors. Bunny allows you to mix and match different types of charges on plans.

Usage-based billing

Track usage and allow customers to pay based on consumption

Recurring charges

Choose between monthly, quarterly, semi-annually and annually or a custom billing schedule.

Volume pricing

Create different pricing tiers based on the quantity of units sold

One-time charges

Include setup, service or one-time implementation fees.

Recurring charges

Different customers have different needs and preferences. Some may prefer to pay monthly, while others may prefer to pay quarterly or annually. Offering multiple billing cycles allows your company to cater to a wider range of customers.

Longer billing cycles, such as quarterly or annual billing, can help improve your company's cash flow by bringing in larger amounts of revenue upfront. They can also increase customer retention as most customers will stay on your platform for the duration of their contract.

One-time charges

A one-time charge is a non-recurring fee that a customer pays only once, typically for a specific service or feature. This could be for a variety of reasons such as setup fees, customization charges, training fees, or for purchasing a specific feature or module that's not included in the regular subscription.

Bunny makes it easy to include or discount these charges as part of your standard pricing plans and quotes.

Tiered & volume pricing

A volume charge refers to a pricing model where the cost of the service is determined by the amount of usage or the quantity of the service used by the customer.

The volume can be measured in various ways depending on the nature of the service. It could be based on the number of users, the amount of data stored or processed, the number of transactions, the amount of compute time used, or any other quantifiable metric that reflects the customer’s usage of the service.

Similar to volume pricing a tiered charge is also based on the quantity of the service that is consumed but it offers more granularity in the pricing levels that are used at a given quantity.

For example,  a SaaS company that offers a service based on the number of user seats might set different pricing levels per user as the quantity grows. If a customer has 150 users they will pay $25 per user for the first 100 users and then $15 per user for the remaining 50 users

Usage based billing

Recurring subscriptions is a fantastic business model because they provide predictable revenue, but usage-based business models are being adopted by an increasing number of SaaS companies. About a third of all SaaS companies have a usage-based offering in their business model.

With Bunny, you don’t have to choose. You can do both on the same plan and have multiple recurring and usage-based charges.

Usage-based billing in arrears is a billing method where customers are charged at the end of the billing period based on their actual usage of the service during that period. This is also known as postpaid or pay-after-use billing.

For example, This could be based on various metrics, such as the number of users, the amount of data stored or processed, the number of transactions, the amount of compute time used, etc.