Salesforce Commerce Cloud Pricing and License Cost

Syed Hasan Badshah
Advisory Software Engineer at Systems Limited
Price was a huge issue three to four years ago but now they're introducing their On-Demand Sandboxes concept. This is very practical as well. The thing is, whenever you use any cloud instance on the Salesforce Commerce Cloud, you are paying something to Salesforce Commerce Cloud even if you're not using it for each second, each minute. But now they have provided a new solution which is very helpful for the customers where if you buy their On-Demand Sandboxes plan, whenever you need some cloud instance for development, just create it, use it, delete it and that's it. You will pay whenever you're using it. That's the practical approach from Salesforce. But three to four years ago when before this concept existed there were a lot of charges by Salesforce but now they are reducing it because there are lot of competitors. Fees for developers are a little expensive compared to other developers because it's a very closed sourced community and not everyone is a domain expert in SFCC. Whoever invested time, whoever took the risk of working in this very closed source environment, should be paid a little higher. View full review »
Divs Chauhan
Salesforce Solutions Architect at Kcloud Technologies
If I talk about the cost of using the platform as realized as a revenue share, meaning that the client effectively funds the platform from OPEX rather than CAPEX, then there are no significant upfront license costs. As an approach, it's quite compelling that Salesforce has seen their financial success due to the growth of client revenue in what's described as a shared success model. View full review »
Joaquin Arcardini
Salesforce Programmer at Freelancer
Customers for this product normally purchase in bulk because it's not a cheap license. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about Salesforce, SAP, CloudCraze Commerce and others in eCommerce Platforms. Updated: October 2020.
447,546 professionals have used our research since 2012.