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5 reasons why SaaS businesses choose Paddle over Chargebee 🚀

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If you’re looking to get the most revenue out of your payment and billing infrastructure, it’s important to remember that Chargebee only caters for one part of that: subscription management. Paddle provides an all-in-one revenue solution for software businesses, catering for both payments and billing, making it a popular alternative to Chargebee.

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#1: Paddle is an all-in-one platform

By only providing a platform for subscription management, Chargebee doesn’t offer a complete solution for your business’ revenue delivery. 

Paddle, on the other hand, is much more than a subscription platform. All aspects of your revenue delivery strategy and structure - from checkout to payments, subscription renewals, pricing, localization, tax compliance (and more) - are handled by us, meaning you don’t have to worry about painful integrations.

#2: Global tax and compliance taken care of

Chargebee only factors in sales tax in a few regions, therefore you’ll need extra tools to ensure you can sell globally. Not only that, but you will also need an in-house team to manage, file and remit your tax - and those costs quickly add up. 

Paddle handles tax and remittance globally, taking full liability for tax, fraud, and compliance along the way. As a reseller, your compliance becomes our compliance - so that’s another thing you don’t have to worry about.

#3: Scale quickly without overworking your developers

With Chargebee, you’ll need to integrate and maintain all the necessary tools to support your payment processing, tax compliance and payment support. That’s a lot of your developers’ precious time taken up  dealing with all of these extra tools.

Paddle’s all in one solution, enables you to free up your developers’ time so they can get back to working on what matters most: your product.

#4: Go-to-market faster with Paddle

Whatever your go-to-market strategy may be, Paddle will help you reach the end goals and business growth you’re after. 

Chargebee, on the other hand, might be slowing you down. For example, their strategic focus is Europe, which may not necessarily cover all the locations you’re after. 

With Paddle, you get all the resources, support, and technology you need to boost your revenue globally.

#5: Simplified pricing from the start

With SaaS businesses starting to think more holistically about the cost of their revenue delivery infrastructure, they have to factor in all its elements: payment processors, subscription management, tax compliance tools, plus the general costs of internal headcount. 

Paddle covers all of the above (and more) within one, simple tool - and one tool means just one set of costs to manage and reconcile. 

Paddle vs. Chargebee


Your revenue delivery infrastructure needs to sell software globally, on subscription, in a compliant, reportable way that "speaks" to your product and all back-office tools. This infrastructure needs to be easily implemented and maintained.

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Focus only on subscriptions

You must choose and integrate third-party payment tools.

Every new currency, tax jurisdiction, or payment method you add needs additional manual integration.

Every tool, team, and data point must match Chargebee’s model to work.


A single, unified integration

We help you migrate from your existing set-up to our unified platform.

A single integration for all your revenue delivery needs: built-in payments, subscriptions, invoicing, and tax.

A single source of truth for all your revenue data.


Payments infrastructure needs careful implementation and continuous optimization to minimize lost revenue collection.

Ideally, the infrastructure you build with should be focused on other SaaS sellers, and exclude high-risk products that drag overall performance down.

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Constrained optimization

Limited scope for optimization across payments, currencies, banking, and more  - you need to wrangle many tools and teams to match performance.

You’re left to engineer your own integration, experiments, and pull buyer insights.


Relentless optimization

Revenue performance refined for over 2,000 software sellers globally across acquisition, renewals, and expansion.

Our Advisory prescribe growth experiments tailored to your product, industry, and customer profile - from our insights across five million software buyers.


Software businesses need to be able to execute growth strategies without being constrained by their revenue delivery infrastructure. Launch new products, move upmarket, and sell across geographies with ease.

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Always the barrier to execution

Scope down your strategy and revenue impact to fit to Chargebee’s model + the extra tools, banks & processes.

Clumsy currencies, manually reconciling invoicing, and duplicate subscription “plan pollution” complicate your localization, cross-sell, and upmarket strategies.


Instantly ready for every strategy

Execute every SaaS growth strategy within Paddle:

  • Localize to all your top markets worldwide in a few clicks 

  • Easily cross-sell products to drive expansion revenue 

  • Discover teams amongst individual users, upsell their card subscriptions

  • Sell enterprise invoices in one unified platform


Software is now a regulated market - your revenue delivery infrastructure should keep you out of jail! You need to protect your business from today and tomorrow's compliance risks like tax, payments, and data.

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Full liability & responsibility

Chargebee outsources all it’s compliance capabilities to a limited set of their integration partners.

You need to buy new tools and migrate payment processors to match Chargebee’s integrations, as well as develop in-house expertise and processes to keep your business protected and compliant.


Operate with full integrity

Future-proof and protect your business by offloading your global liability (and the operational complexity that goes with it) onto Paddle.

Our expert team handles all your tax and payments compliance – no additional consultants, accountants, or advisors needed.