Consorcio es una compañía líder en servicios financieros de excelencia. La compañía se ha destacado por ser pionera en la entrega de nuevos productos y servicios a sus clientes. En esa linea y específicamente Consorcio Corredora de Bolsa, utiliza UNIQ para fomentar la auto-atención y poder entregar así soporte 24/7 de manera intuitiva y efectiva.
El asistente virtual de Consorcio se llama Inés. Consorcio utiliza el asistente virtual uniq, no solo para entregar información y educar a sus usuarios, sino también para dar aviso de noticias y novedades dentro del sitio web.
With over 700,000 drivers providing nearly one million rides per day, Lyft uses Stripe to power payments at scale. Lyft also partnered with Stripe to build Express Pay, a first-of-its-kind feature that allows drivers to cash out whenever they want, instantly.
Payments for marketplaces used to be hard: accounting for seller earnings, making en-masse payouts happen (on time!), managing 1099-Ks, tax reporting, and regulatory compliance. Marketplaces shouldn’t have to build all that from scratch, so we made Stripe Connect to provide all the tools you need to run a multi-sided marketplace.
Stripe has first-class support for subscription businesses. It’s built to take all the work out of billing: you integrate your signup flow, add customers to a subscription plan, and we take care of the rest. Discounts, cancellations, subscription changes, multiple seats? All supported out of the box.
And you’ll run the business differently on Stripe: We tamp down churn by automatically updating credit cards when they’re expired or replaced. Accept larger payments via ACH. Track results on your dashboard, then test things out like new plans and pricing. Simplify your accounting—just export to QuickBooks or plug into services like NetSuite.
You can do more with your subscriber data, too. A whole host of third-party apps can go to work with your Stripe data in one click, letting you analyze your customer base, automatically manage workflows, track churn, and more.
As Slack grows rapidly, using Stripe helps them scale payments easily—supporting everything from getting paid by users around the world to enabling ACH payments for larger customers.
charity: water optimized their mobile and web donation flows with Stripe so they can focus on what really matters: bringing clean water to every person on the planet. Using Stripe, they also built a new monthly giving program, which makes it even easier for subscribers to donate throughout the year.
Stripe helps you create beautiful, user-friendly donation experiences without the development time. You can get donations up and running in days rather than months, accept payments on desktop and mobile in any currency, download custom reports as needed, and let Stripe handle the heavy lifting for payments.
With Stripe, Watsi can accept one-tap donations. UNICEF can accept donations from anywhere. Simply put, Stripe makes setup easy for the nonprofit and giving easy for the donor.
Kickstarter switched to Stripe to accelerate their support for international creators. Since partnering with Stripe to navigate international payment methods and compliance, Kickstarter’s phenomenally successful platform for creative projects is now available to creators in 18 countries.
The best platforms own their user experience from end to end, including payments. Purchasing is woven into Twitter and Shopify. Kickstarter and Squarespace get their sellers paid seamlessly. These services work just right.
It only takes a few minutes to start adding commerce to your platform. To manage payments, you can set up Stripe accounts for sellers from 25 countries (more coming soon). Or own the look and feel yourself and have sellers do everything within your platform.
With Stripe, Squarespace went from a site-builder to a store-builder—growing its customer base by becoming more useful to more people. And thousands of other platforms around the world are bringing payments in-house with Stripe.