eG Enterprise Pricing, Setup Cost and Licensing

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Senior Systems Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
They gave us a good price, when they were found out we were looking at other products because their price was very high. We were looking at another solution, then we came back to them was because they brought the price down. We selected them for three years. View full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
remote access engineering at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is not expensive. View full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Consultant at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
You may get some monitoring products with certain licensing you may own. Some of these can take ages to configure and setup, along with needing a license to drive the software. Once you start down this path, then other limitations of visibility can creep in that make you then look for ANOTHER product to fill the gap. Before you know it, you are managing five different monitoring products, flooding you with alarms. Think ahead and plan for a single-pane monitoring solution now. View full review »
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Jason Poyner
Technical Director at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
If using eG for virtual desktops, carefully calculate whether per named user, per concurrent user, or per server is the most cost effective licensing model. View full review »
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Alessandro Varago
System Architect at a tech services company
They are aligned with other enterprise solutions. View full review »
Anonymous avatar x60
Speak with the sales department! View full review »

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