Managing Subscriptions with TRESIO

Subscriptions involve customers making regular payments to access a service or product, necessitating the retention of additional customer information as compared to one-time purchases. This extended data retention is essential as it enables continued service to be accurately charged. If you’re interested in learning more, you can watch our tutorial video (02:27) at the bottom of this article.

Subscriptions screen

TRESIO processes your recurring revenue from subscriptions and service-level-agreements. That way, you will see instantly how much money you are expecting from your existing customers at any given time and how this is going to affect your cash flow.

‘Subscriptions’ screen shows:

  • Category – inflow category name, that will be used for Forecasting
  • Name – subscriber name
  • Amount – how much you are charging for product or service
  • Currency – what currency is used to pay for products
  • Periodicity – how often to charge for products
  • Starts on – date when subscription starts
  • Updated – date when subscription ends
  • Cancelled – date when subscription was cancelled

How to add Subscriptions

To enter a new subscription manually, just click on the button ‘New’ and enter the required information.

To export your subscriptions – you must first set up and configure Stripe integration, which will allow you to import your subscriptions into TRESIO. Stripe integration can be activated from the Integrations screen.

How to view your Subscriptions on Forecast screen

Forecast screen will show your subscriptions transcriptions as an orange line on the chart in the ‘Cash Forecast’ section, if selected. In order to include Subscriptions on the forecast chart, just click on the ‘Subscriptions’ option under the chart.

Forecast details will show a detailed breakdown of your subscriptions by inflow category for the selected period and time interval. Click on the ‘Show all’ button to expand categories and see your subscriptions in details.

Tutorial video (02:27)

If you’re interested in learning more, you can watch our German-language tutorial video.