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As the leader in subscription billing and recurring payments, Zuora is excited to provide you with this guide to getting started with Zuora. This guide will walk you through the process of setting up a subscription business in our application, as well as show you how to automate your billing and payments processes.
Begin by reading the Overview to learn more about Zuora.
Welcome to Zuora!
As the leader in subscription billing and recurring payments, Zuora is excited to provide you with this Getting Started guide. This guide will walk you through the process of setting up a subscription business in our application, as well as show you how to automate your billing and payments processes.
The following topics provide an introduction to the Z-Billing features, and how you can create customer accounts, subscriptions, and invoices.
In this section, you will see how Zuora provides its customers with full control over all aspects their Zuora application.
In this section, you will learn how Zuora Z-Checkout provides a family of iframe pages that can be used to quickly embed subscription commerce capabilities directly onto your e-commerce website.
If your company has purchased Z-Tax, you can easily set up and support all tax types including Sales and Use, Value Added (VAT), and Goods and Services (GST). Taxes can be applied to any address with the ability to report taxes to various jurisdictions, and product charges can be taxed and associated to different tax codes.
Zuora for Salesforce is Zuora's native force.com application that integrates your Salesforce CRM implementation with Zuora.
An Application Programming Interface, or "API", is a set of methods and standards by which applications can interact with a service such as Zuora. We provide two APIs that for creating custom programs that interact with Zuora:
SOAP API - a comprehensive, detailed API that lets developers use the full power of Zuora's account, subscription, usage, billing, payment, and finance functionality.
REST API - an easier, simpler API providing high-level calls for implementing the most common use-cases in web self-service storefronts.
For more information, see our API documentation.
Other developer resources provided by Zuora include:
Java and Ruby SDKs that implement the REST API calls without requiring you to implement REST in your code.
Salesforce components and an Apex SDK for incorporating Zuora functionality into your Salesforce application.
This Getting Started guide gives you a glimpse of Zuora's power, and how Zuora can help manage your full customer subscription life cycle, from Pricing to Quoting to Orders to Renewals. We want you to continue learning about the application so that you can take full advantage of Zuora's feature-rich capabilities