Sell subscription products and offer your customers an alternative for one-time purchases.
Generate consistent and reliable cash flow and get better visibility to forecast and plan the future of your business.
Create brand experiences that turn one-time shoppers into loyal customers with higher lifetime value.
Reach a higher profit margin per unit compared to conventional sales.
The subscription business model helps extend the product lifecycle of manufactured goods through refurbishment, recycling, and reselling.
Build an online store for your subscription business and start selling subscriptions online. You can use Rentle to create a standalone online store or integrate to your existing website.
Create a product catalog that matches the way your customers want to buy, rent or subscribe to products.
Manage a two-way inventory as easily as a linear one. Rentle allows detailed tracking of each individual product throughout its lifecycle.
Rentle's built-in payment processing helps you accept one-time and recurring payments securely. Moreover, you can charge security deposits to cover the risk of lost or damaged products.
Streamline your sales process by having one place where you can seamlessly manage all your orders from every sales channel.
Have all your customer data stored in one place and follow the development of your active subscribers.
Provide your customers an easy way to manage their subscription, payment methods, and more.
Currently, Rentle supports the subscription rental model for individual products.
Selling membership subscriptions is not yet supported in Rentle, but we're working hard to add full support in the future.
Selling subscription boxes is not supported in Rentle.
Subscription sales is a revenue model that involves the sale of products or services on a recurring basis. This type of sales model allows companies to create long-term customer relationships, as customers agree to purchase a specific product or service for an extended period of time.
Subscription sales also provide consistent revenue for companies, as they can rely on their customers to make regular payments throughout their customership. Common examples of subscription services include magazine subscriptions, streaming services, software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings, and subscription meal plans. Recently, products-as-a-subscription service models have started to gain traction among consumers and businesses.