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Its price is very high. CrowdStrike Falcon Complete is 50% more expensive than Cisco AMP for Endpoints.
They are really reasonable for the services they are providing. When you add more endpoints, you are going to pay more for the license.
CrowdStrike is more expensive than SentinelOne. Licensing works on the number of agents and the modules you buy. CrowdStrike has different modules, such as Falcon, Falcon Overwatch, Falcon Complete, etc. The pricing depends upon the module that the customer wants. They have different Incident Response (IR) teams, which are very expensive.
The average price is approximately $500 per customer.
It is a fairly firm price. It is not the cheapest solution, but if you take the complete team into consideration, it is a great value.
At approximately €60 per machine, per year, I think that it's a good price point. When you compare this to Windows Defender for Endpoints, the price of that solution is about €50 Euro per month per user. There are people who spend a lot of time trying to find the right price to sell new products at, so I always think that people know the value of their product and what price they can sell it at.
We've found the pricing to be reasonable. We pay a certain amount for licensing and that's it. It's not too much.
The company has to make money. I understand why they charge what they do, and I see the value in the product. Therefore, the pricing is fair.
Our company is very mindful when it comes to purchasing - whether it's software or equipment. I believe the folks that made the decision to purchase this product did so based on price and performance. I wouldn't say there is an issue with pricing. We are redoing our license with them. If that was an issue, I'm pretty sure I would have been asked to look at other products. Therefore, although I don't know the exact pricing, my assumption is that the cost is rather reasonable.
The price is okay, although you're not going to get away cheap when it comes to security.
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