Appian Pricing and License Cost

Advie09892
IT Advisor to Banks at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Product pricing compared to some of the earlier vendors, like IBM, CA, and Oracle, is quite well-priced. Although, we do feel that as we increase the number of users and the workload increases, we will have to spend more. We will have to have a dialogue or negotiate a price for future use. To start with, it is a reasonable price. As we go ahead, we will have to make sure the costs are inline with our expectations as we grow our user base and workloads. In terms of licensing, instead of user-based, you should go more on a workload basis. It could be helpful, since we feel that we will be growing the workload part of it more than the user part of it. I think they give us a good price on workload characteristics and it would be a better option. View full review »
Re392SA
Regional Sales Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I think that if somebody is really serious at looking at business value, then by all means, the product is well worth the value. You get representative business value for the price that you pay for the product, and for the implementation of the product. View full review »
Randy Dillon
Business Process and Software Development Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I'd advise to not just look at the cost, but the overall value of BPM and of Appian specifically. BPM done right is a huge value proposition for almost any company, and with Appian's low code rapid development model, the ROI can be huge, while the break-even point should be accelerated tremendously. This assumes that you use qualified and knowledgeable resources to do the work, and they don't come cheap either, but in the end, they are less expensive and provide more value than cheaper resources who are not qualified. View full review »
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it_user264834
BPM Consultant at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
I hear the price was hiked a little recently. Initially, it was low. But it's okay compared to Pega. View full review »
VicePrese9ca
Vice President - Appian Lead Designer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I don't have enough exposure to pricing and licensing. View full review »
BPMcnslt309
 IT senior consultant
It's good value for the price. View full review »
Uriel Zamora
Technical Service Advisor with 10,001+ employees
The cost depends on the number of users, although I recommend taking an unlimited license. View full review »
Gregg Lipson
Senior Business Analyst at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is expensive, but powerful. I would recommend comparing against cheaper licensing products and open source. View full review »
SeniorSo3edf
Senior Software Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I have no idea about this, as my senior management has been dealing with this. View full review »
Abdulmajeed Al-Suliman
Team leader at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
There are two solutions depending on your situation: an on-premise solution and a cloud solution. View full review »
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