Today we are proud to formally announce the official launch of the Recharge Technology Partnerships Program. With the launch of this program, we now have an official place on our website to both showcase our existing partners and integrations, and a process to welcome new technology partners to integrate with Recharge.
Leya Leydiker heads the Technology Partnerships program at Recharge, and is responsible for partnering with vendors in the ecommerce ecosystem. With over 15 years of experience, she’s passionate about problem solving and building long lasting relationships. She's held senior SAAS product positions in cybersecurity and ecommerce for companies like Duo Security, a Cisco company, Inflection, Inc. and QVC. Leya is a Silicon Valley native and holds a BS in Marketing and a MBA from San Jose State University. When she’s not working, you’ll find her traveling with her family; coffee in hand.
Industry insights 3 min readHow the lockdowns affected consumers
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Best practices 6 min read5 Zapier integrations to simplify your subscription business
Here at Recharge, we know that your subscription business keeps you busy — and that there can be quite a bit of complexity around your day-to-day operations.That’s why we’re excited to share five different ways you can use Recharge and Zapier to simplify everything from email marketing to invoicing — and beyond.By creating “zaps” (links between two services you’ve connected on Zapier), you can benefit from action-triggered automations that make some of your most important processes more efficient and scalable.Let’s dive in and look at five different zaps you can create today and some use cases to go along with them.