Setting up a subscription program on the Finxone platform is incredibly simple and straightforward. With just a few steps, you can define the subscription levels and their corresponding prices, and seamlessly link them to a role in the app grid.
Using the Finxone platform eliminates the need for complex coding or development processes. It empowers you to quickly and efficiently establish a subscription program that aligns with your business goals and enhances the user experience.
With Finxone’s user-friendly interface and intuitive tools, you can also easily manage your subscription program, giving you the flexibility to adapt and optimise your offerings based on customer feedback and market dynamics. Simplifying the subscription setup process allows you to focus on delivering value to your customers and growing your business.
Define Subscription Levels
Firstly, you determine the different subscription levels that you want to offer to your customers. This could include various tiers such as basic, premium, or enterprise, or bronze, silver and gold, each with its own set of features and benefits. You have full control over customising these levels to align with your business model and target audience. Finxone provides the flexibility to change the subscription levels at any point or to introduce new ones.
Link them to a Role in the App Grid
Once you have defined the subscription levels and prices, it’s time to link them to a role in the app grid.
Roles determine the access and privileges granted to different users within your application. By associating the subscription levels with specific roles, you ensure that only subscribed users can access premium content or exclusive features.
Set up Prices
Next, you set the prices for each subscription level. Whether it’s a monthly or annual fee, you can easily configure the pricing structure to meet your desired revenue goals. Finxone provides you with the flexibility to adjust and modify the prices as needed, allowing you to stay competitive and responsive to market demands.