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.
Licensing is on a yearly basis. We are using the paid version. We pay $200 on a monthly basis.
The price of this product is good.
The price of the solution could be reduced, it is expensive. If they wanted to go into other industries and sectors the cost is on the higher side. They cannot go into each and every sector. If the cost was more reasonable, then it would be easy for them to enter more markets. This would be a disruptor in the industry because it would be used more often than other solutions, which would be good for the company.
The SAP license fee is more expensive than other solutions like Oracle or Microsoft Dynamics.
Setup and licensing require planning and proper budgeting, as it is not cheap.
It is expensive.
SAP HANA is an expensive product.
I don't have information on the pricing, as that is an SAP and corporate-level agreement, which is not really known by all the in-house teams. I'm not really aware of the pricing. On the internet, I couldn't find much information about the cost of SAP HANA. I have heard that it is an expensive option. Being an enterprise-level solution, however, I don't have exact numbers.
We're pretty happy with the pricing. It's not overly expensive.
The solution is very pricey. We're looking into other options because of this.
SAP HANA is expensive, which isn't a problem for us because it is processing the data so fast.
The pricing is expensive and it should be broken into two products. People who are technical will accept the cost, but financially they will assess whether this solution will bring them revenue or not. People often ask, how will I profit when the cost is so high? If you value a good product and can afford it, then add it to the business.
I'm researching SQL Server or SAP HANA. Which is better?