ThreatMetrix Pricing and License Cost

Don Onwunumah
Senior Architect at Naakuu Ltd. UK
I am not aware of the price. I have always come in after it has been negotiated. The clients do get a return on their investment. It mitigated a massive DDoS, and it definitely detects fraudulent activities on banking platforms. They have definitely got their ROI back because there is continued investment in ThreatMetrix over time. View full review »
Senior Manager at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
We're just a customer. We don't have a business relationship with the company. Due to the fact that contracts are handled by our procurement department, I don't know the exact price. There are no licensing costs per se. The way they charge is by evaluation. We bought a bundle of evaluations. For example, 100,000 evaluations for a set amount of money. There are professional services that they charge for also, which go toward monitoring the rules that are in place and recommending adjustments and improvements to better isolate high-risk transactions, reducing false positives. There are two components of their charge, it's the evaluation charge that's on a per transaction basis, and then a professional services fee. You could also lump in SSL. There are a few other fees in there, however, they're minimal. View full review »
Lead Android Developer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I don't handle any aspect of payments or licensing. View full review »
Product Owner at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
I think the solution was reasonably priced. I think our licensing was through a partnership with Equifax, which complicated the procurement, to be honest. It's something to be mindful of, and I would suggest going directly with ThreatMetrix, as opposed to these convoluted license agreements through a third party, that make it more difficult to get support. View full review »
Payment Solutions Architect at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
The solution is a SaaS offering. My understanding was that the pricing was pretty good. View full review »