Revenue - to be able to create multiple subscriptions per Deal

Yuxuan Chen
Yuxuan Chen Posts: 1
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We are in SaaS and we use Pipedrive to track our conversation with clients. 
We have been tracking monthly reoccurring revenue with Google Sheets and would want to track Revenue from each Deal.  When Pipedrive introduced the new feature of Revenue we were thrilled but quickly found out it does not suit us. 

The thing is: one client could pay us different amounts, from start date, with different intervals.
So to have the Revenue function usable for our team, we would need to be able to create Multiple subscriptions/billing plan per DEAL.

This would allow us to track precisely based on the sum that's being renewed, I could also see historical renewal from these Deals, to use spreadsheet less.

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  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Admin Posts: 3,155 COMMUNITY MANAGER
    2500 Comments Second Anniversary 5 Likes First Answer
    edited June 28 #2

    Hi @Yuxuan Chen , thank you for your feedback and for illustrating your use case so clearly!

    It's true that currently there can only be one active Subscription per deal at a time, which doesn't fit all recurring revenue situations. The good news is that we're working on this feature as we speak, and one of the improvements we want to introduce is the possibility to have irregular payment intervals and amounts within a same subscription.

    We often announce these new things in out Research and Beta Testing channel, so consider joining it and you'll also get the chance to test out early versions of these improvements or completely new features we're launching.

    I have also made sure to send your suggestion for multiple parallel active subscriptions inside a single deal to our team for consideration. 🚀

     

  • Charles F May
    Charles F May Posts: 2
    edited April 2021 #3

    We need this same ability (multiple recurring subscriptions, per Customer).

    • As is, this function is useless to us.
  • Kirill Grebtsov
    Kirill Grebtsov Posts: 62 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
    edited February 24 #4

    Hello @Yuxuan Chen ,

    I've just enabled our fresh feature to allow having payments of various intervals and amounts. In "revenue block" on details page, choose "Payment schedule" and then you can setup payments with various amounts, billing dates and intervals.

    I hope this is helpful

  • Eduardo Biasi
    Eduardo Biasi Posts: 5
    edited July 2020 #5

    Hello @Yuxuan Chen ,

    I've just enabled our fresh feature to allow having payments of various intervals and amounts. In "revenue block" on details page, choose "Payment schedule" and then you can setup payments with various amounts, billing dates and intervals.

    I hope this is helpful

    Excellent @Kirill Grebtsov !! The "Payment Schedule" is a great feature. I would add the possibility to insert multiple subscriptions! ;)

  • Kirill Grebtsov
    Kirill Grebtsov Posts: 62 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
    edited July 2020 #6

    Hello @Yuxuan Chen ,

    I've just enabled our fresh feature to allow having payments of various intervals and amounts. In "revenue block" on details page, choose "Payment schedule" and then you can setup payments with various amounts, billing dates and intervals.

    I hope this is helpful

    @Eduardo Biasi, thank you for taking the time to leave feedback! Can you please elaborate on what is the use case with multiple subscriptions on the same deal?

  • Julien_10440
    Julien_10440 Posts: 1
    edited August 2020 #7

    Just my two cents: Please add a 6-month interval as well :)

  • Stephanie Sasser
    Stephanie Sasser Posts: 1
    edited February 25 #8

    We need the ability to have multiple subscriptions under each deal.  We have separate products that have differing start dates but are subscription based.

  • Raúl Fernández
    Raúl Fernández Posts: 1
    edited April 2021 #9

    We need the ability to have multiple subscriptions under each deal.  We have separate products that have differing start dates but are subscription based.

    Totally agree with you. Modern SaaS of today has different products and subscriptions and number of products.

    Use Case: We have 3 different plans and a school/corp/university could purchase 30 sits of one plan type and 5 sits of another plan type. 

  • Oriol Segarra
    Oriol Segarra Posts: 5
    edited December 2021 #10

    Hello @Yuxuan Chen ,

    I've just enabled our fresh feature to allow having payments of various intervals and amounts. In "revenue block" on details page, choose "Payment schedule" and then you can setup payments with various amounts, billing dates and intervals.

    I hope this is helpful

    We have the same problem. We offer 2 type of services (food packaging and coffee cups), one client can choose the food packaging service only or both. I think the solution here is that you create a service/suscription type of product that you can link to Deals

  • Leandro Schlottchauer
    edited June 28 #11

    Hi @Yuxuan Chen , thank you for your feedback and for illustrating your use case so clearly!

    It's true that currently there can only be one active Subscription per deal at a time, which doesn't fit all recurring revenue situations. The good news is that we're working on this feature as we speak, and one of the improvements we want to introduce is the possibility to have irregular payment intervals and amounts within a same subscription.

    We often announce these new things in out Research and Beta Testing channel, so consider joining it and you'll also get the chance to test out early versions of these improvements or completely new features we're launching.

    I have also made sure to send your suggestion for multiple parallel active subscriptions inside a single deal to our team for consideration. 🚀

     

    Hi! Any updates on this feature to have multiple subscriptions per deal? As this was 2 years ago, I assume yes?