COMPANY/NEWSROOM

ZUORA NEWSROOM AND PRESS COVERAGE

About Us

For the last 100 years, companies have operated primarily under a product-centric business model, where the goal was to make, ship, and sell more units—more cars, more clothes, more computers. Today, consumers and businesses realize the rules have changed. There’s a demand to have products and services delivered on a continual, subscription basis and to upgrade and access new innovations and features constantly without ever having to own them. This is the end of ownership and it changes everything. Our vision is “The World Subscribed” where one day every company will be a part of the Subscription Economy.

We created a cloud-based software in 2007 to help companies launch, manage and transform their subscription business.

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customers world wide, including Box, HBO, Ford, Caterpillar, and GE
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employees in 12 countries
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Trailing 9 Months Revenue (As of 10/31/18)

In the News

As the world goes subscription, Zuora celebrates

Zuora targets Oracle, SAP with new board member

Zuora set to capitalize on subscription economy it helped build

Press Releases

Zuora Helps The Seattle Times Meet its Digital Subscriber Goals

Zuora, Inc., (NYSE:ZUO) the leading cloud-based subscription management platform provider, announced today that it had helped The Seattle Times surpass 65,000 digital subscribers, a 35% increase from March to June 2020, in the shift away from advertising revenue.

Zuora Welcomes Two New Members to its Board of Directors

Sarah Bond, Corporate VP of Gaming Ecosystem at Microsoft and former SVP of Strategy & Emerging Business at T-Mobile; and Omar Abbosh, Corporate VP of Cross Industry Solutions at Microsoft, and former Chief Executive Officer, Communications, Media & Technology, at Accenture, bring an immense amount of industry experience to Zuora’s Board of Directors.

Subscription Businesses Remain Resilient Amid COVID-19

Zuora today released the newest edition of its Subscription Impact Report designed to measure the economic impact of COVID-19 on subscription businesses from March 1 – May 31, 2020 compared to the previous 12 months (February 2019-February 2020). The report, analyzing both subscriber acquisition rates and average revenue per subscriber, compares Software and High Tech, Media, Consumer Membership and Internet of Things industry segments.