Blue Prism Pricing and License Cost

Nancy_Sachdeva
Process Automation Lead at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The pricing is scalable for a enterprise-level solution. It's quite scalable and it's quite comparable with the market. If you really scale well over the number of licenses you have, you can achieve economies of scale and it comes out to be very cheap. There are no costs in addition to the standard licensing fees. There is an option to increase your support levels by paying another 10 percent or 20 percent on your licenses, depending on how much support you want. We are still happy with the support. View full review »
Sharad Soni
Director Of Innovation at Quantum AI
We really don't bear the costs. The cost is borne by the customer. It runs into about $100,000 per year per customer for Blue Prism. We need to add the hardware costs to set up the servers for the SQL server, and then we need to budget for about a week to set up the entire infrastructure. We need to add the cost of the people who will be working during this week. There are other costs, but it is the same for any tool. We normally budget around $30,000 for the first year for the hardware, setup, and people cost. View full review »
Vijay Moorthy
Senior Business Analyst and Consultant at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It is a bit higher in cost as compared to Automation Anywhere and UiPath. The rate also differs from client to client. Margins are also important when it comes to costing and licensing. There are some additional costs involved besides the standard licensing costs. You have the development team cost, which includes the project manager, development team, analyst, and testers. You also need a team manager. You also have the tools cost, architecture cost, platform cost, and the licensing cost of each bot. View full review »
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reviewer1348122
Sr Mrg, IT at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We got a discounted price after negotiating with Blue Prism, as well as Automation Anywhere through our procurement. From a list-price perspective (due to the marketing strategy of Automation Anywhere), Automation Anywhere appears to be much cheaper compared to Blue Prism; however, if you do a detailed analysis in regards to the total pricing, I think both are pretty much at war with each other. Automation Anywhere has broken down the licensing costs into multiple factors, whereas Blue Prism is very straightforward — you purchase a production license, that's it. This looks much more expensive compared to Automation Anywhere prices, but with Automation Anywhere, you have to start from scratch. I'd say they are pretty much head-to-head with each other. With Blue Prism, there are no additional fees. The price depends on the number of processes that you run in production and you get a license for that. Also, the lower environments are free of cost. It's pretty straightforward. View full review »
Gowtham Thotapalli
Solutions Architect at ValueMomentum
Other than your infrastructure, in terms of servers that you have to set up, I don't think that there are any costs in addition to the standard licensing fees. View full review »
reviewer1378623
Solutions Architect at a consumer goods company with 10,001+ employees
Our licensing fees are approximately $5,000 USD per year. The price is based upon the licensing model, where clients are assigned categories such as platinum, gold, and silver customers. Everything is included with the cost of the license. View full review »
Somasundaram N
Managing Director at Finixel Technologies Private Limited
Pricing is on an annual basis. Blue Prism is around 8,000 GBP while other tools vary between 3,000 to 6,000 USD. The standard licensing fees for Blue Prism are around 3,000 to 4,000 USD for a partner. In addition to the tools, you have implementation costs to consider. There are no additional fees. View full review »
reviewer1383903
RPA Project Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have a three-year contract that is paid on a yearly basis. To my knowledge, there are no additional costs other than the standard licensing fee. View full review »
Sravani K
RPA Developer at SDLC Partners
The licensing fees are low compared to other tools. View full review »
Sonal Pawar
Senior Member Technical at Automatic Data Processing, Inc.
For simple processes use UiPath and Automation Anywhere. For medium to high complexity processes use Blue Prism. For much complex process involving decision making and much more of AI use Work fusin. View full review »
reviewer1439535
GRC Analyst at a marketing services firm with 10,001+ employees
I don't recall what it was. Initially, we had our licensing through the consultant, and when we stopped using them, we renegotiated licensing. Blue Prism gave us temporary licenses during the negotiation. When all things were said and done, it came out to a decent price even without the vendor. So, our management has been happy with that. View full review »
ArchDigital
Chief Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
These prices are deal-specific, it will probably not be right to review negotiations with the vendor. Currently, there are no new licensing agreement changes for us. View full review »
Jayveer Mandora
Lead RPA Developer at eclair Group
Blue Prism has a really simple licensing model, where the licenses are not confusing and there are no hidden costs the way there are in UiPath. View full review »
reviewer1338657
Development Lead For RI DMV Modernization at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
They work on a big partnership kind of program with our organization, and they also give us a lot of discounts. Its price is pretty much comparable to the other solutions like UiPath and Automation Anywhere. View full review »
Vineet Talwar
Head of Strategic Alliances at Zensar Technologies
Its price is sometimes higher. View full review »
Krutika Kotkar
Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Blue Prism is quite costly. The free version provides you with a free forum for a month, where UiPath provides you with a community edition with their free version. View full review »
reviewer1466862
Deputy Manager Finance at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The price is on par with other products in the market. Pricing could be better but everyone is charging based on the number of users. View full review »
reviewer1248864
Director, Km & Bpo Innovation at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
Blue Prism is less expensive than some of the other RPA solutions. The licensing fees depend on the number of users that you have. View full review »
Mohanish Khatkhede
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