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Recurring billing made easy with Rerun

Posted 4 years ago in Platform by Sid Maestre
Posted by Sid Maestre

Rerun recurring billing appRerun makes recurring billing easy. It’s a web-based solution for any business, organization or association that wants to automate their recurring, subscription or membership billing.

Rerun allows you to accept credit cards or bank transfers from customers for your products or services, making it easier to manage your business. Create custom payment streams to match the services or products you offer, and let Rerun automatically bill your customers.

Who is it for?

Rerun is for business owners who want to automate customer subscriptions and billing. For example, a Daycare can provide flexibility to parents by accepting payments on a weekly, monthly, quarterly or even annual basis.

How Rerun works with Xero

Rerun easily connects with Xero to retrieve customer, item and tax rate data. You can set up recurring and one-time payments in Rerun. The invoices are paid in Rerun, and the completed invoices are sent to Xero.

Where you can use Rerun

Rerun is built for US & Canadian businesses. Check out their pricing plans.

It’s free to set up your Rerun account

With Rerun, no monthly fees or merchant account is required.

Sign up to try Rerun with Xero.



February 25, 2014 at 12.24 pm

Does anyone know of a NZ option like the above, or one in development?

Heather Smith
February 25, 2014 at 6.33 pm

Hi @HeatherSmithAU here. This looks like a great solution.

So your solution takes the money from the customers account automatically? Is that correct?

Do you handle multi-currency?

What stops your solution being a global solution? It seems like everything happens outside Xero – so it would not matter what country it is in??

Do you populate Xero with individual invoices, or do you maintain the invoices in your system?

Do you connect to an “item” or a general ledger code in Xero.



Derek Draper
February 26, 2014 at 10.52 am

I have used ReRun extensively – it is the go-to solution for recurring billing. Pair it up with Xero’s Stripe integration and you have a complete billing suite for any small business.

Neil Mackenzie
February 27, 2014 at 12.01 pm

Thanks I will give it a go, it will be great from my photography & app business

Kevin K
February 28, 2014 at 6.33 am

Hi Heather,

To answer your questions from above, please see below:

1. The customers will have their Credit Cards charged based on the frequency of the payment stream that you set. With eChecks, it will operate the same way but instead will withdraw money from their accounts directly.

2. Unfortunately Rerun does not support multi-currency.

3. Our gateway is US/CA only. The customers that you bill will need a US or Canadian Bank Account.

4. When a payment is processed and synced to Xero, an invoice gets created and is paid off all at the same time. What you see in Xero is a paid sales transaction, after syncing with Rerun.

5. Depending on how you set up your payment streams is how we relate that to a sale in Xero. If you use an item created from Xero on your payment stream, then that item is carried through to Xero when the paid invoice is created. Otherwise, if you use items that were created in Rerun, then the General Ledger Account that you select under the Settings Tab is used instead.

Kevin K

February 28, 2014 at 5.21 pm

Since Xero creates and pays invoices created and imported by Rerun, does this replace “repeating invoices” in xero?

July 21, 2014 at 5.51 pm

I hope someone can help me. I want to be able to send invoices based directly on what is in my calendar. Because the jobs I have coming in are ever changing, I want to use my calendar as my central point of booking jobs, then at invoicing day, select a date range the send out bulk invoices based directly on the information that is in my calendar for the past two weeks.
Is there something that does this?

September 4, 2014 at 11.25 pm

Does Xero offer recurring billing integrations for companies outside USA/Canada?

Sid Maestre
September 5, 2014 at 7.14 am

@Daniel – Where repeating invoices sends out invoices to a client, rerun will actually process payment on a recurring schedule. Much more convenient for the client to set up recurring payment. So, no rerun does not replace “repeating invoices”, it performs a different function.

@Andrew This sounds more like an idea for an “Add-on”. You can post ideas in our user voice form

@Chris – Currently we don’t have any add-ons outside the US that perform recurring billing, but we regularly certifying new add-ons. Continue to check back for the latest additions to the add-on marketplace.

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