Is there a product that allows marketing/sales team to control pricing for a saas app? Engineering would have to integrate this product via a snippet, stripe, and maybe segment. This way the product would handle all in-app billing and subscription.
The closest thing that comes to mind would be tools like Chargebee or Chargify, built to manage subscriptions from a UI. The dev team could integrate them into the billing process, and then sales or other teams could tweak pricing plans over time.
Then there are tools like ProfitWell Price Intelligently that try to help teams find the best pricing for their product—but I don't think that would make it easy to let any team experiment with pricing, per se, as much as doing research before your team makes a major pricing change. We'd had a Capiche AMA with ProfitWell's founder, @Patticus, a while back, and he may have more insights here.
Another option could be to use a landing page builder like Unbounce to experiment with showing different prices to specific users—which would work for one-off purchases as well.
The greatest challenge then is keeping record of the plans you've tried so you don't show the wrong pricing to a customer who signed up with an earlier plan.
I haven't used this product, but have heard great things. I'm not sure if it exactly what you're looking for but may be worth a check - https://www.perfectprice.com/
There are other tools that allow sales teams to update pricing (Ex. SalesRight) but don't believe they have an integrated experiences like you mentioned.
I've found that most saas companies would benefit from being able to tweak their in-product pricing, feature tiering, and subscription UX but it's really expensive to build. Any many startups would like to A/B test or run seasonal promotions but again, costs a lot of eng time to do. If there was something that's as easy install as intercom or segment and could be marketing owned, seems really valuable.
Would love if you could poke holes into this concept.
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