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33 Payment Forms of The Most Popular SaaS Companies in the World

It’s not all about the looks. It’s what inside that counts.

Still: humans are visualizers, and in every SaaS solution design also matters.

It all starts upon registering to for a service. Those are the client’s precious first impressions. They determine the way in which a user perceives the whole experience.

They, you could say, FORM it.

(See what I did there?)

Alright, enough with cheesy beating around the bush: we are looking at forms today.

1. Basecamp

Basecamp is a popular project-management SaaS. It contains message boards, real-time chat, to-do lists, file and document storage etc.

Basecamp - SaaS Payment Form

2. Base CRM

Base is a sales and customer management platform. It helps with tracking leads, team and customer communication and, overall, keeping all important data in one place.

Base CRM - SaaS Payment Form

3. Box

A place to collaborate and store files. It also allows you to create shareable and concurrently editable documents without using any software.

Box - SaaS Payment Form

4. Buffer

A tool that helps to manage social networks from one place and schedule time when the planned content goes live. In the free plan you can schedule up to 10 posts.

Buffer - SaaS Payment Form

5. Dailymotion

Dailymotion is a video-sharing site. It has been in exists existence for 10 years already and is a well- known alternative for YouTube. It offers a lot of possibilities for content creators and advertisers, including video monetization.

Daily Motion - SaaS Payment Form

6. Deezer

Deezer is an online music streaming service. U sers can listen to music across devices, create playlists and display song lyrics.

Deezer - SaaS Payment Form

7. Dropbox

Dropbox is a file hosting service. It offers software, cloud storage and file synchronization. Files placed in a Dropbox folder on a computer are accessible from the website and mobile app.

Dropbox - SaaS Payment Form

8. Eventbrite

A platform for planning and promoting events. It’s a global marketplace with clients from over 190 countries, who use it every day to buy tickets to various events.

Eventbrite - SaaS Payment Form

9. Evernote

Evernote is a cross-platform app that allows users to take notes, organize and archive them. Notes can have various forms: plain text, voice memos, photographs or even full web pages.

Evernote - SaaS Payment Form

10. FreshBooks

A cloud accounting software service. Allows businesses to send invoices to clients and collect money, generate reports and track expenses and billable hours.

Freshbooks - SaaS Payment Form

11. GetResponse

A wide set of tools for email marketing: responsive email and form building, real-time tracking, A/B testing, autoresponders, creating landing pages and more.

GetResponse - SaaS Payment Form

12. GitHub

A social network that started as a developers collaboration tool. It respects intellectual property and claims no intellectual property rights over the material provided by users. (a thing other social media rarely do nowadays).

GitHub - SaaS Payment Form

13. Groove

A help desk software allowing teams to collaborate on customer emails, chats, calls and social media posts. An all-in-one ticketing system.

Groove - SaaS Payment Form

14. HubSpot

An inbound marketing tool with marketing, CRM and sales software. HubSpot helps companies to control all communication channels and to gain insight into public’ s reaction to created content.

HubSpot - SaaS Payment Form

15. Intercom

Intercom is a customer communication platform. It offers a set of solutions such as live chat, support, feedback and marketing tools.

Intercom - SaaS Payment Form

16. KissMetrics

Another very popular solution for gaining insight into the world of big data. Thanks to KissMetrics and their testing and analytics tools lots of SaaS companies are able to improve their products on a daily basis.

Kissmetrics - SaaS Payment Form

17. LinkedIn

A social network for professionals. After well over 10 years on the Internet LinkedIn still is a very popular tool that lets entrepreneurs expand their network, build connections and hire employees.

LinkedIn - SaaS Payment Form

18. LiveChat

Chats are gaining popularity when it comes to client support. LiveChat is a tool that allows creating your own chat with customized visual themes, analytics, visitor tracking etc.

LiveChat - SaaS Payment Form

19. LivePerson (LiveEngage)

A chat communication solution that connects brands with audiences and gathers data that can be crunched for the betterment of every online business.

Liveperson - SaaS Payment Form

20. MailChimp

Email marketing service with hundreds of possible integrations. Used by more than 10 million people who send over 600 million emails per day.

MailChimp - SaaS Payment Form

21. Microsoft Office 365

Among all new services there are some old acquaintances. You can now subscribe to applications you used to buy all your life as a standard software. Even Word became a SaaS!

MS Office - SaaS Payment Form

22. New Relic

New Relic analytics software uses real-time data to identify error rates and transaction response times. It helps to pinpoint the cause of issues the client might be having.

New Relic - SaaS Payment Form

23. Nozbe

A task management system that boosts productivity. It aids entrepreneurs and their whole teams in getting things done on time.

Nozbe - SaaS Payment Form

24. Salesforce

Salesforce is a CRM system that gathers all customer data into integrated platform with tools for sales, support, marketing, community building analytics and more.

Salesforce - SaaS Payment Form

25. Shopify

A powerful platform for online shops. Thanks to Shopify a merchant can set their own shop in no time and start selling online.

Shopify - SaaS Payment Form

26. Slack

A wildly popular messaging application for teams and managing projects. NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory uses it, so… Probably probably worth a try.

Slack - SaaS Payment Form

27. SoundCloud

An online platform for sharing audio (music, business and entertainment podcasts, etc.)

SoundCloud - SaaS Payment Form

28. Spotify

A subscription-based music streaming service. Spotify is useful for entrepreneurs who use music to boost productivity with ready-made or self-made playlists for deep focus.

Spotify - SaaS Payment Form

29. Squarespace

A SaaS-based hosting and CMS service. It contains tools for website, blog and ecommerce store building. Squarespace offers plans both for individuals and for businesses.

Squarespace - SaaS Payment Form

30. SurveyMonkey

SurveyMonkey users can create free, customizable surveys. There are also paid plans that include such features as data analysis, support, customization, response management, testing and more.

SurveyMonkey - SaaS Payment Form

31. Twilio

Twilio is a service offering products such as programmable SMS, authentication, programmable call recording and other voice and video solutions for businesses.

Twilio - SaaS Payment Form

32. Zendesk

Zendesk is a cloud-based solution for customer support that includes ticketing, self-service, and customer support features.

Zendesk - SaaS Payment Form

33. Zoho

Another all-in-one business solution. It has CRM. It has collaboration features, help desk, email, finance – you name it!

Zoho - SaaS Payment Form

Forms at Their Best

As the presented above screenshots show – there are many ways to create a successful payment forms.

They may be a little quirky and fun, may be slick and minimal or more traditional and classic.

Two main rules to apply in all kinds of forms are:

Every entrepreneur who wants to make people shout at the screen “Just shut up and take my money!” should have those two golden rules in mind.

Seamless and fast checkout – that is what everyone is after!

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PayLane's CEO with all kind of skills - programming, marketing, team leading and more. A movie lover and snowboard fan. @KarolZielinski

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