How Blackthorn Payments CEO solved his own SaaS billing issues and created today’s most powerful Stripe + Salesforce subscription solution on the AppExchange.
Quality assurance (QA) is a way of reducing bugs in products and avoiding problems when delivering solutions or services to customers. Testing our new features for bugs or errors is an ongoing process, and automation greatly increases efficiency.
With Blackthorn Payments integration with Stripe, you can create, manage, and edit subscriptions directly from your Salesforce account.
Win patient and member trust with personalized engagement. With Salesforce and Blackthorn Events, healthcare organizations can empower phone agents by showing relevant patient and event data on a single screen. Reduce time-to-event registration and increase attendance.
Non-profits working on important fundraising efforts in response to COVID-19 now have the chance to use an online donations app for FREE thanks to Blackthorn Payments, a Salesforce AppExchange partner.
Help your event attendees avoid confusion and frustration by offering event landing pages and online registration entirely in their native language.
With Blackthorn Payments, Salesforce users can manage everything Stripe offers without leaving Salesforce. Because our application is 100% native (meaning our app is built inside of Salesforce and uses records and automation logic), Blackthorn lets you process credit/debit cards and ACH payments directly from your org. Connect PCI-compliant transaction data to your customers' record through a unique transaction record.
How to build and maintain a strong, remote team culture from a SaaS company with a 100% remote, internationally-dispersed team.
Your brand is the story that connects people to your products and services. And individuals looking at your website and event information pages need to understand that story. That's why we created an easy way for Salesforce users to embed Blackthorn Event landing pages, calendars, and forms directly into their organization's website.
One of the key reasons customers don’t purchase online is the long and exhausting checkout process. Taking a payment is an easy place to reduce friction for your in the online buying process. The good news is there’s a solution.
Need to move events online now? We’re here to help! Working on other issues? We’ll be here when you’re ready.
Campuses around the globe have canceled their visit days, tours, and other admissions events, which are often the foundation of a recruitment strategy. The good news is, there are still ways to engage with interested prospects without having to reinvent the wheel completely.
Businesses and organizations are looking at utilizing online events for the foreseeable future after canceling in-person events to combat the spread of COVID-19. While we know folks are dealing with more than just events right now, we want to do what we can to help make the process easier and help with the costs.
Let agents using Field Service Mobile take checks as payment onsite, recording all information inside of Salesforce, no custom code required.
Manage complex events and offer waitlisting, all inside of Salesforce, without an integration.
Invoice Feature Updates: Pay After Event Registration and Localized Invoicing
Blackthorn Mobile Payments Solution helps your business scale fast. See how you can avoid payment processing issues in Salesforce FSL today!
Planning, what worked, what didn't work, the numbers, and why this trip mattered to our team.
Case Study: Interactive Advertising Bureau
We get a lot of inquiries for a Salesforce Communities ‘Billing Portal’ or ‘Subscription Portal’
The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) held its Annual Leadership Meeting on February 10-12, 2019. At this 1200 person event, their attendees were able to connect with each other through our mobile app.
In December 2018, Salesforce announced a new frontend developer paradigm: Lightning Web Components. But…wait a minute! Didn’t they announce Lightning Components in 2016, the new frontend framework, and VisualForce finally retired? Haha, sure, but this is Lightning WEB Components! Here’s the situation...