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2018-12-27T14:43:00Z

What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Jamf Pro?

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Hi,

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.

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Top 10Real User

Cloud is worth the small increase in price, but make the switch before you need it, and not during a global pandemic.

2021-04-05T18:04:00Z
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Top 20MSP

It's hard to say with this. A lot of the resources are great and enable Admins to configure the environment solo for the most part. I would recommend you have at least one of the Admins go through the training course to better enable themselves. Depending on how much support you require, it might make sense to add that to the licensing agreement. I've seen the difference in the support structures, first hand, and I definitely enjoyed the dedicated support tiers.

2021-03-05T22:00:00Z
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Top 5Reseller

The price difference between Jamf Pro and VMware Workspace One is not very much, but when counting the cost of my time, Jamf Pro is clearly much better.

2021-02-18T20:18:05Z
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Top 20Real User

The cost of any licensing is certainly outweighed by the time saved from manually managing Apple devices.

2021-02-08T18:41:00Z
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Top 20Real User

This product is surely worth the cost of implementation.

2021-02-05T00:19:00Z
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Top 5MSP

This is an expensive solution. The price of a training pass for five people was $18,000 USD.

2020-10-28T16:25:12Z
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Top 10Real User

Initial setup will take some time and has a learning curve - allow yourself time to do this, or take some training ahead of time.

2020-10-21T18:42:00Z
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Top 5Real User

This is a pricey solution.

2020-10-14T16:39:00Z
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Top 10Real User

JumpStart is available at an additional cost.

2020-09-24T09:02:00Z
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Top 5Real User

The pricing is pretty perfect. I like it; it's very affordable.

2020-07-13T06:55:50Z
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Top 10Real User

I think the pricing could be a little more cost-effective and maybe the training could be a little bit cheaper but other than that if your org is willing to pay for it it's definitely worth it.

2020-06-20T00:45:00Z
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Top 20Real User

With respect to pricing, I would suggest reaching out to a sales rep and discussing all of the options. I would advise them to evaluate their infrastructure and what is required. For example, whether an on-premises or cloud-based deployment is more suitable. Don’t go into a sales call without knowing all the details of your system because Jamf has a ton of tools outside of Jamf Pro to offer and knowing them ahead of time is a must.

2020-02-25T01:21:00Z
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Top 20Real User

I know that as a school we get a discounted price, which is good because without it we would not be able to afford it. For us, it is necessary to have a good MDM as the demand for technology rises.

2020-01-31T14:59:00Z
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Top 5Real User

The cost of Jamf is certainly worth the investment.

2020-01-03T15:00:00Z
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Top 10Real User

Licensing cost is dependent on the footprint and foreseen growth. I think another positive is Jamf's flexibility to understand what you need to be done while molding the product to be as successful as possible.

2019-12-09T23:06:00Z
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Top 10Real User

Pricing is the one area I feel definitely needs improvement. Setup and licensing prices are getting to be too high. I would like to see the price drop a bit, especially for educational customers.

2019-12-03T17:05:00Z
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Real User

The setup is pricey upfront for support and setup. However, I do think it's necessary to get your environment up and running, especially if your techs have not been exposed to Jamf Pro yet. The prices definitely could be better for smaller companies.

2019-11-25T16:42:00Z
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Real User

The total ROI is worth every penny.

2019-10-15T19:08:00Z
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Real User

With respect to pricing, Jamf Pro is the better bet.

2019-09-05T15:24:00Z
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Reseller

If you have the in-house capability to support Jamf, then paying for onboarding / JumpStart training is a no brainer. It will help you get up to speed on the product. It will not, however, cover the enrolment of all of your client devices into Jamf, so make sure to set aside time to do this. If you don’t have a tech team, buy Jamf MSP. You won’t have access to manage the product yourself, but your Jamf MSP reseller can do that for you under some sort of contract / SLA.

2019-08-31T16:24:00Z
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Real User

The cost of this solution is expensive but worth it. For sure, invest in support for the initial setup. Follow articles available to the letter.

2019-08-30T19:02:00Z
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Real User

Licensing is based on the number of devices. JumpStart looks a little bit pricey; however, it is worth every penny.

2019-07-08T08:00:00Z
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Real User

The setup cost is in the training, which is the most important step of your journey.

2019-05-14T16:44:00Z
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Real User

If you can afford to go cloud services rather than on premises install go for it, it makes life easier when JAMF handles the physical server and JAMF Pro updates.

2019-03-29T12:28:00Z
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Real User

For the number of management tools you have available and the ease of deployment, I believe the cost is worth it.

2019-02-28T20:56:00Z
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Real User

I think it's on par with other enterprise solutions. It really comes down to how seriously your organization wants to take Mac management.

2018-12-27T14:43:00Z
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