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What if Rehive gets too expensive when my business scales?
What if Rehive gets too expensive when my business scales?

We only win if our clients win.

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Written by Helghardt Avenant
Updated over a week ago

We’re open to working with clients on new business models to understand the best fit fee structure for all parties involved. However, more often than not we’ve likely dealt with the particular business case already and have standardized fees accordingly.

We moved to an active user model to make it easier for our clients to determine usage fees.

Short term

Our goal is to make it exceedingly more affordable to go live with a fintech app than to build everything from scratch. No need to hire developers and bankroll upfront development without even validating the market.

Medium term

As you start to grow we want to make it 10x more affordable than paying monthly developer salaries to maintain your core financial infrastructure.

Long term

Rehive only works if we make money too. In the spirit of being fully transparent, we’d like to set the expectations from the start that our goal is to make sure we provide a high-quality service in the long run where you can justify 10-20% of your revenue being shared with Rehive. Keep in mind that Rehive's fees cover all infrastructure and DevOps-associated costs.

In the long run, we know you’ll have to make a decision whether it is best to stick with Rehive to continue on your growth trajectory by leveraging new features, standardizations, management services, integrations, and partnerships, or by taking everything in the house. It is our mission to make sure we serve you along the way and grow together.

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