What is Stigg?
It is a highly available and scalable pricing and packaging orchestration platform. It gives engineering teams fine-tuned control over what can be packaged and priced separately, so that product and GTM teams can rapidly tweak, test, and roll-out changes with no-code.
Stigg is a tool in the Billing and Subscriptions category of a tech stack.
- Define what functionality of your product will be monetized
- Define and continuously adapt your products' packaging (plans, add-ons) and pricing (freemium, trial, usage-based, etc.)
- Manage customers, their subscriptions, and their usage of your products' features
- Dynamic paywalls in-app
- Dynamic paywalls for the public pricing page
- Self-served customer portal widget
- Seamless billing integration
- Billing maintenance
- Pricing experiments
- Feature usage dashboard
- Gradual rollouts
- No-code customer management, such as trial extensions, promotional entitlements, and coupons
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