New Pricing

Date:January 4th, 2010 Author: Tags: , , ,
Category: General, PivotPoint Web Part, SharePoint webparts Comments:0 ;

If you have visited our website recently you may have noticed that we have changed our pricing.  Just a quick note here to explain what we have done and why.

Firstly we wanted to simplify the pricing of Reminder.  People often commented on how confusing the licensing structure was with a combination of server licenses and web part license packs.  So we have simplified this and also reduced the price, so that the price of Reminder now falls more in line with the pricing of other Alert enhancement web parts on the market.


Across all of our products we have also introduced 2 new pricing options, which we hope will help to make our software more affordable for a lot of customers.

Firstly, we have introduced “Starter Packs” for each of the products, priced at $199. With these we hope to make our software an affordable option for smaller businesses and small SharePoint installations.  The starter pack license can be used for SharePoint installations using a single Web Front End (your database server can still be separate) and up to 25 users.

We thought it was important to introduce this level of pricing not only because SharePoint is becoming so widely used by smaller businesses.

We have also introduced a new “3-pack” license, which is a mid way option between the single server license and the “unlimited use” site license.  Research amongst our existing customers showed that very many farms use 3 Web Front End servers and separate indexing and database servers, so our 3-pack license offers an ideal and affordable solution for many farm deployments.

Adding these options to our Free Non-Profit licenses and 25% educational discounts means that we now have a pricing structure that we hope offers an affordable solution for everyone.

We hope you agree, and if you do have any comments or suggestions please get in touch.

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