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Pricing based on the number of users and concurrent guests

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Personal edition



for 1 user
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  • Supports only one user
  • Supports data import from files/feeds, local and cloud databases only
  • Add up to 10,000 rows of data, and 5 workspaces

Standard edition

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$2,495one time + $495AMS*

for 2 users
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  • Supports collaboration amongst multiple users
  • Supports any one data source
  • Add unlimited rows of data, and workspaces

Professional edition

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$5,995one time + $1,199AMS*

for 2 users
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  • Supports collaboration amongst multiple users
  • Supports all available data sources
  • Add unlimited rows of data, and workspaces
  • Blend data from multiple data sources

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Concurrent guests

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for 5 concurrent guests

Additional users

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For 3 users

Concurrent guests

Starts at

$1,235one time + $245AMS*
for 5 concurrent guests

Frequently Asked Questions

A data source is any location from where you wish to pull data and use it for analysis. This includes files, feeds, local and cloud databases, cloud drives, as well as app integrations such as ServiceDesk Plus, ServiceDesk Plus MSP, SupportCenter Plus, Desktop Central, Jira Software, ServiceNow, Mobile Device Manager Plus etc.
A workspace is a collection of data tables, reports and dashboards. The workspace also contains structural information on how the tables are related to each other.
A table contains a set of columns and rows (similar to a spreadsheet). Each column has a name and a type (data type) associated with it. A workspace can contain one or more tables.
The number of rows (records) is the sum of records stored across workspaces in your Analytics Plus application. For example, if you have 2 workspaces with 3 tables, and each table contains 100,000 rows then the total number of rows (records) stored is 600,000.
Anyone who needs to create or share reports and dashboards in Analytics Plus is considered a user. As a user, you will need a license to logon to the application to be able to create reports.

The licensing model in Analytics Plus is based on :

Users - Those who need to create reports and dashboards. The base pack starts at 2 users.

Concurrent guests - Those who wish only to view published dashboards and reports. Each concurrent guest license is equivalent to 1 concurrent guest session that can be established to view published reports or dashboards. The base pack starts at 5 concurrent guests. This is an optional component. Watch video

The final price is calculated based on the total number of users and concurrent guests.
Eg: If you need a quote for 2 users and 5 concurrent guests, it would cost you ($2395+$495) for the professional edition (annual subscription).

No, you don't need a regular user license for this purpose. We have a separate license category for users who only wish to view published reports and dashboards. Using the concurrent guest license, you will be able to access the reports, without having to logon to Analytics Plus.

The number of 'concurrent guests' is based only on the total number of concurrent guests accessing the published reports or dashboards.

For instance, if you have 10 concurrent guest licenses, a total of 10 guests can view your published reports and dashboards, at the same time. Additional guests will have to wait for one of the first 10 guests to close their browser tab/window in order to view published reports. Once a concurrent session is closed, it may take up to two minutes before the session can be re-used by a different guest.

Perpetual pricing model involves a one-time fixed payment, and an Annual Maintenance and Support (AMS) cost that covers upgrades and support. The AMS is mandatory for the first year alone and is optional from the second year onwards.

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