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Maxio vs Chargebee

Which is best for B2B SaaS?

Curious how Maxio and Chargebee stack up head-to-head? Here’s what you need to know.

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What’s the difference between Maxio and Chargebee?

Maxio helps growing SaaS businesses navigate through every inflection point, growth stage, and funding round on their journey to a successful exit. 

While Chargebee has historically supported B2C, simple B2B subscription businesses, and numerous other industries, Maxio was built specifically for the needs of B2B SaaS.

Our singular focus ensures we’re building a product that enables B2B businesses to unlock their next stage of growth.

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Why Maxio?

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Drillable SaaS metrics

Perform cohort analyses, make cash projections, understand your CLV:CAC ratio, and generate in-depth financial reports at the drop of a hat.

When to use Chargebee

Chargebee serves early-stage and pre-revenue B2B and B2C SaaS companies.

Your primary focus is B2C

Chargebee’s feature set is built to support the needs of most B2C businesses.

You sell physical products

Chargebee is a good choice for subscription companies who run online shops for physical goods.

You prefer to bootstrap

Chargebee's simple billing engine is a good fit for small businesses who aren't looking to scale.

Ready to manage complex pricing—without the financial headaches?

  • We bought into a popular subscription management platform that didn’t live up to the hype. When our financial metrics were off, we knew it was time for a change. I wish we had found Maxio from the beginning, although it was definitely worth the wait.

    Mindy Drue, PalUsa

    Financial Controller at PalUsa

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  • When we were evaluating systems, we were comparing Maxio, Chargebee, and Zuora. The main reason we decided on Maxio was the reporting capabilities it provided. Now we literally copy the numbers straight out of Maxio into our revenue recognition journal. It takes two or three minutes compared to a full day.

    Craig Humphrey, Arctic Shores (UK)

    VP of Finance and Operations

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