The Getting Started with Zuora tutorials walked you through the process of setting up a subscription business in Zuora. Using the tutorials you:
We want you to continue learning about the Zuora application so that you can take full advantage of its feature-rich capabilities. Here are some ways to build upon what you learned in the tutorials:
The following topics are not included in the tutorials. Refer to Zuora Knowledge Center to learn about the topics.
You can generate reports from Zuora to show up-to-date data and to view your revenue in real time. See Zuora Reports for a list of standard reports and to learn about building custom reports.
Set up and support all tax types in Zuora, 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 with different tax codes.
With Zuora Finance, Zuora becomes a subledger to your General Ledger so you don't need to load detailed invoice, payment, and adjustment transactions into your accounting system. You can run trial balances, close the subledger accounting period, and quickly create summary journal entries that can easily be entered into in your accounting system.
Zuora for Salesforce is designed to help your front-line employees use their Salesforce CRM accounts to create new subscription quotes and orders, up-sell and cross-sell new products, make subscription adjustments, and keep your customers renewing. And it's seamlessly integrated with Zuora's Billing and Payments back-office applications. Everything flows through to billing and payment operations, and you have access to key end-to-end metrics like Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) and Total Customer Value (TCV).
Zuora provides a comprehensive set of REST APIs, along with code samples libraries, that allow you to create custom applications to integrate with the Zuora platform. Zuora APIs are commonly used to enable subscribers to sign up and manage accounts on merchant websites.
Developer resources provided by Zuora include:
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