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.
Check that you need the functionality that you pay for - Tableau is not cheap.
Be careful with the Tableau Viewer's licenses, and stay with the right number of users.
The initial cost that is set according to CPU cores is expensive. You need to go with at least thirty-two CPU cores for five thousand or more users.
Mainly, there is a free download version but with limitations that allow the user to evaluate and then contact the service provider for their respective installation and deployment.
The price is competitive. We always consider pricing when considering a new solution. We are a non-profit, and pricing is a huge concern.
Tableau is an expensive solution, though it comes with its advantages.
The price is good. The price could be higher for the quality of software, so they revised the pricing in this version, and I agree with the price for top version. The top version costs about $70 per month, and the price is cheap for the quality.
I like the payment model. For the people who need to create, they buy their licenses. Everyone else can use the free Tableau Viewer. This is much better than some of the competitor products, which require full licences for everything.
Tableau's licensing is pretty straightforward and simple. However, Tableau is a company that does not respect partners. Tableau is a company that overlaps and steps onto the partners' total deal. We had a very good example in Panama with one of the biggest companies in the country. They stepped in without notice, without having a partner laid out. The company turned down the deal and took it another year and a half to resurface. Finally, when it was close to closing, Tableau stepped in and messed it up. That is a common behavior of the boss company in Latin America.