Compuware Topaz Workbench Pricing and License Cost

Jason Shewbert
Lead Mainframe Systems Programming Analyst at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
Topaz Workbench is included in our Enterprise Agreement. They've been great as far as letting us deploy it to as many users as we want. The only thing I would mention related to the licensing and/or the pricing is that they have some visualization features in there that are licensed by concurrent users. We're starting to trip up on that. We're looking to probably increase the number of concurrent licenses that we have. But those types of licensing strategies, where they license by concurrent users or the number of seats, are confusing for some people. They don't understand why it works sometimes and doesn't work other times. It would be much easier if it was licensed a little differently than that. To try and explain to my end-users why certain features don't work some of the time but other times they do, it's a little confusing, and it's because of that concurrent user license strategy. View full review »
Jerry Edgington
Senior Assistant Analyst at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
In general, Compuware tools are very competitive. As far as features, I want it to have all the nice features, like the automative testing and all the different components, but we didn't pay for them. View full review »
Systems Programmer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
In terms of pricing, there isn't an extra charge for the parts of it we use. It comes with the licenses we purchased for other products, so no complaints there. The licensing is built in with the other products that you purchase from Compuware. View full review »
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