We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
There is an open-source version available, that in its core features (workflow and decision engine, modeler) is exactly the same as in the enterprise version. My advice is to think about what is most important to your business case and choose the right version. You can always migrate to Enterprise edition.
When compared with the proprietary products, the pricing costs are much less, even though it is an enterprise edition. It's very minimal. My customers and I are very happy with the pricing cost and the features. Pricing depends on the number of tasks we use.
I think Camunda BPM can improve their licensing costs. It isn't easy to find clients with Camunda BPM licenses mainly because it's quite expensive. I think the license for an on-premise system is about $50,000, and that's expensive when you have only 100 users.
We use the open-source version, which can be used at no cost.
Licensing costs are anywhere from $80,000 to $100,000 USD per year.
The cost of this solution is better than some competing products.
We are using the open-source version so it is without cost.
It's free, open-source. I use the open-source free version.
We are using the open-source version of this solution.
It is less cost-prohibitive than other solutions on the market. This solution was in our price range.
Hello community members,
I'm working at a financial services company with 200+ employees and I'm currently exploring two Business Process Management Platforms (BPM) in order to use them with Java: K2 BPM and Camunda BPM.
Can you assist me with their comparison (sharing the pros and cons of each)?