|Quote-based||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Enjoy more convenient eCommerce transactions using Payability, a leading financing company offering accelerated cash flow solutions.
Orange Manager is a comprehensive e-commerce solution that integrates all your processes and helps you take control over your multiple online stores and channels.
Orange Manager integrates with the following business systems and applications:
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List of Features
Payability does not offer any pricing plans. Instead, they charge a flat fee of 2% from your Amazon sales. It is not assessed as an interest rate and there are no origination fees or application fees. They will simply advance 80% of your Amazon payout every day, with their fee already deducted, and the remaining 20% will be given on the typical Amazon payout schedule.
However, they require that you sell at least $2000 monthly and have over 90 days of selling history on Amazon before you apply.
For large enterprises earning over $100,000 a month, Payability offers special rates that are available by-quote.
Orange Manager offers three SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your business:
1K Orders – $19.99/month
Unlimited Orders – $29.99/month
Yearly Subscription – 10% off on all plans
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|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Medium Business|
|Gilligan and Ferneman, CoolingMattress.com, ThisIsYourStore|
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You should pay attention to the fact that while both Orange Manager and Payability may have an outstanding array of features every app might be created for a different company size. If you are comparing features you may want to give some attention to a company type they are meant for. Specific functionalities could scale up with no problem for huge enterprises but if you have a small or medium business it’s frequently better to stay away from paying for complex functionalities that you might never actually use.