SEEBURGER BIS Pricing and License Cost

Evan Meyer
Application Manager - EDI at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
All the new adapters are individually priced, which is good. You don't buy the whole system and then, if you don't use it it just sits there. You only buy the stuff you want, which is good. There are some components that are either new or that we didn't need at the time of implementation, so we added them later, or we have plans to add them in the future. Sometimes it seems a little pricey, especially when some of the stuff is available through freeware, like SFTP communications. You can download a free copy of something and perform those type of functions. But we understand, as an IT group, that those are not long-term solutions that you want in your core processes. It costs a lot more money to buy this stuff from SEEBURGER but I think it's worth it in the long run. Everything seems expensive to me, so I'm neutral on the pricing and the licensing. View full review »
Naresh Shetty
Integration Specialist at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
The cost-based model is slightly different now in SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS). They changed the licensing, based on adapters and other things. In the old style of licensing, the whole suite was one license, if I'm not mistaken. There is the license and then a run-cost. But that's handled by my team leaders. I'm not into it involved in the cost and related issues. View full review »
Maman89321
Materials Management Team Lead at a university with 10,001+ employees
The pricing is cheap. In fact, when I saw the pricing, I thought, "Really? What's the catch?" But the functionality that we get out of it, for the price we pay, is great value. View full review »
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Reviewer98345
IT Solutions Business Analyst Team Lead of Sales and Distribution at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We pay per message we use. We spend about £19,000 a year with them. If we go over our band we obviously pay extra. View full review »
AndrewHill
Integration Team Lead at Wincanton
On an annual basis, our support costs, which are based on the licensing, are about £120,000. As you increase the size of your system, the per-CPU usage goes up. You're licensed for CPU and any modules that you may require, such as API management. The maintenance cost, going forward, is 20 percent. There are no additional costs to the standard licensing fees, other than consultancy, which is usually required to install a new aspect of the system. View full review »
VpDigita4708
VP Digital Services at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Pricing, compared to the tool that we had earlier, is cheaper. The way they have their licensing structure set up, they have a lot of different modules. For us, we did not really know if we were licensed for certain things or not. We had to reach out to them multiple times to tell them that we were looking for this or that capability. We had to buy licenses for different things at different points in time, not knowing that we could have it bundled initially. View full review »
Enterpri7cde
Enterprise & Tech Ops Hosting Svcs at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
It has a very goofy pricing model in the sense that they have so many components and it's not very clear what components you require to do your work. When you ask for that, you learn that there's a surcharge for them. It's not that you buy a product and you can use all the compatibilities. They have all these different bits and pieces of it and you have to pay extra for all those things. View full review »
Lori Knox
Business Analyst at a tech company with 51-200 employees
I find the pricing expensive. But I know that when we evaluated another company, it was about the same. That just seems to be the market. It's probably not expensive overall. View full review »
Richard Lehane
Head of IT at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
Our licensing model is based on transactions. We have a base service contract which is priced against a volume of transactions and another volume of individual transactions, which are covered by one service agreement. Then, we have development services on top of that. Our annual spend is around £80,000. It's about mid-priced, as there are some cheaper alternatives out there and some more expensive ones. It's neither cheap nor expensive. It's somewhere in the middle. View full review »
Corporatc173
Corporate Director of IT at Flexfab
The pricing seems to be competitive and the maintenance is standard. View full review »
EdiTeamLe477
SAP Global EDI Lead at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
I did a review of other options out there, as we moved into the future and our SAP implementation, that this would be the right solution. It was very comparable to other manage services out there. Thus, there wasn't any clear-cut reason to go in another direction. View full review »
ITDirect2a8a
IT Director, Business Applications Technical Services and Integration at Aryzta
The pricing is not expensive and the licensing is fine. We pay for licenses and support yearly. View full review »
Giridhar Duvvuru
Director at Mylan Inc.
The pricing and licensing is very competitive. View full review »
SystemsA66a3
Systems Architect EDI/B2B at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The cost of the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) can be considered high. We have elected to have SEEBURGER consulting do the installation. Licensing could also be considered high. However, one would be hard pressed to find another product that does all that this one does. View full review »
Director9054
Director, Application Development at a retailer with 501-1,000 employees
Pricing has always seemed fair. View full review »
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