One Identity Active Roles Pricing and License Cost

Sameer Palav
Managing Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It’s a gentleman’s agreement. Licensing is based on Enabled User Accounts in AD. This should include user accounts, application accounts and service accounts.Temporary accounts could be excluded, but no one from vendors really challenge the user count which the customer provides. Some customer’s find the price bit on higher side but, for me, the price is competitive compared to other products with similar functionality and considering the ROI. The product functionality does not cease if the customer exceeds the license count. The vendor does not want to force the customer to stop using the product if the license count increases. Instead, customers can buy additional licenses without hampering the day to day work. View full review »
Ferhat Karakoyun
Senior Solution Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The licensing model is a simple user-based model, not that much complicated. View full review »
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