Release Pricing and License Cost

Senior, Workload Automation Analyst at a government with 501-1,000 employees
It's all subscription-based, based on the number of users. I don't know of any additional costs. I don't think it had any additional costs. We may have had to spit up a server or something, slicing the pie there somewhere, but we were not going to add staff and I don't think we needed any other tools underneath it. The cost was definitely in the six figures for an annual subscription. Just given the current economic position of the stock market at that time, we tend to be a little conservative, so it didn't get approved. View full review »
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