Fattmerchant, an integrated payment technology provider offering business owners real-time data analytics and award-winning customer service, today announces its partnership with SaaSOptics, the leading purpose-built subscription management platform for B2B SaaS businesses. Fattmerchant’s payment processing technology has been integrated directly into SaaSOptics’ backend via Fattmerchant’s API, expanding its integrated payment options for emerging and growth B2B SaaS. With Fattmerchant, SaaSOptics adds a more affordable payment processing model for credit card and ACH transactions to its platform.
The subscription management platform will utilize Fattmerchant’s PayFac model to accelerate its sign-up process for new and existing customers, which will result in the acceptance of payments faster compared to traditional underwriting procedures.
“SaaSOptics’ seamless approach to SaaS financial operations and continued product innovation has led to its rapid growth and status as a leading subscription management platform,” said Sal Rehmetullah, president at Fattmerchant. “Both Fattmerchant and SaasOptics value ease of use, customer service and fast implementations for our customers. Not only will the alignment within this partnership allow us to provide SaaS-based merchants with an improved experience overall, but it also presents a great opportunity to continue expanding our presence in the growing market.”
SaaSOptics is a complete subscription management platform that provides emerging and growing SaaS businesses with invoicing, payments, revenue recognition, contract management, SaaS metrics and analytics, and more. Fattmerchant and SaaSOptics were also both recognized on the 2019 Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America.
“Fattmerchant provides our customers with a seamless way of accepting payments within our platform, making it easier, more convenient, and less expensive than ever,” said David Ryan, CRO at SaaSOptics. “We’re always looking to make financial management as effective as possible for B2B SaaS businesses, and this collaboration is another step in that direction.”