LeanIX Pricing and License Cost

MichaelSukachev
Enterprise Architect at Teranet Inc.
There are two pricing models. One is based on the number of what they call Fact Sheets, which are a representation of the things in your company, such as applications, technologies, and business capabilities. They are like a profile for each entity that you want to bring in and pricing is based on the number of those entities that you bring in. That's what we purchased. They introduced another pricing model based only on the number of applications that you bring in. In the first model, they give you fewer capabilities in the package, but you can use it for a larger number of entities. In the other offering, they give you more capabilities, maybe even way more capabilities, but you need to form your information in a way that you are conscious of how many applications you put in. The second way of doing things is very new. It was introduced a couple of months ago. When I looked at it for our use, it was not going to give us too much benefit. First of all, we were set up, and all our agreements were made based on a different licensing model. If we were to go back and remodel things, it would be a big effort so we decided not to go with it. We decided to stay with the pricing model that they had originally, based on the number of building blocks, not just applications. View full review »
CRMman677
CRM Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The pricing is a bit painful in the sense that it depends on the number of elements you fit in the system. The price can be expensive if you use it a lot. It will cost you compared to other solutions if you have a lot of documentation. It's hard to predict the pricing of the system. View full review »
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