Rerun is for any small business, organization or association that wants to automate their recurring, subscription or membership billing. It is a web-based system, simple pricing, and smarter business tools make it easier for your business, organization or association to accept recurring payments.
CREATE PAYMENT STREAMS: Customize payment streams to suit the products or services your company or organization offers.
MANAGE INVALID CREDIT CARDS: Allow your customers access to edit their payment and customer information to avoid invalid or declined transactions.
CUSTOMIZE EMAIL COMMUNICATION: Reach out to your customers at any stage. You decide on the message and rules.
GENERATE CUSTOM REPORTS: Stay on top of your payment activity and build reports to fit your business needs.
Do you use accounting software to manage your books? Integrate your company file with Rerun and be able to sync your customers and sales transactions as you process payments.
Rerun integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Windows, AccountEdge and Xero. Visit the add-ons page for more information.
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