We have 221 employees. Our initial quote was $4500/mo. ($19.95/user/mo.)
We showed them a quote from Monday.com for $2800/mo. and they matched it.
50 seats @ $19.95 month each. 10% discount for annual commitment, so we pay $10,773/year.
Our team of 30 pays 333€ (11,10€/persons) per month.
We're on the Premium Asana annual plan at $9.99/user. We have 350 employees and haven't found a need to upgrade to the next tier (which is twice the price).
We're paying $25/month/user for about 100 users for the Enterprise edition. We negotiated it down from about $50/month I think for the original quote.
I pay $9.99 per user for premium and we have 13 users currently.
Our team of 10 is paying $75 / month for Asana but were just notified that they are going to increase the rate by 50%.
$23.99 per seat, and a min of 20 seats, which means $479.80.
We pay $6.70 per month per user with under 25 total users.
About $4000 a year for 30 people
We pay around £50 a month for our team of 5, with an annual plan.
Currently we're using this for free, but we might need to pay for it in the future.
$10/month per user. We have 4 users.
They quoted $300 for our usage. We explained our zero funding scenario and they gave us a discount of 40%.
Currently on the free plan for personal use.
We were originally quoted $37.50 for 4 seats at the Premium tier. We've been paying this for about two years, but we've been told the pricing will be going up in the second half of 2019.
We have a team with 10 seats for Asana and for that pay $68/month.
We have a team of 7 using Asana and are forced into a 10 seat plan. Our current charge is $7.50/seat ($75/month). So Asana is basically taking $90/year in unrecognized value. We recently inquired about upgrading 3 of our users for add'l functionality and were told that the entire organization would have to upgrade. This would double the cost. Additionally, Asana recently announced that they're increasing prices (with no apparent value add) so we're definitely shopping.
$1,800.00 a year for 30 seats. This is with the 50% nonprofit discount.
Our team of 15 pays $112 per month. This was standard pricing that scales as we hire. We got an offer to upgrade to the next tier but I think it was their public pricing.
We are currently using Asana for $15/month/user with 10 people.
I have a team of 60 people in premium and paying $7912.80 per year.
I pay the regular US$10.99/seat/month.
Our team of 3 pays $10.99/user/month.
$10.99 per seat on team of 10, but going to upgrade eventually so some free accounts start paying.
Our team pays $42.95/mo. for Asana for Premium. We have 5 team members. If we added another team member (got to 6), we'd have to pay for an additional 5 seats (increment is 5 members, then 10 members), which would be another $8.59 USD / seat / month.
We have the Premium worksite for 100 people. We are paying $10,863.09 per year.
Asana costs our team £289 per month for 25 users a month.
$23.99 per seat, and a min of 20 seats, which means $479.80 a month
Our team of 9 pays $99/month for Asana.
Only a handful of people in the org are within Asana and we pay for 30 seats at $10.99 seat/month
Asana has some custom pricing on the Enterprise or Business SKU. They're pretty good about working with you, and their teams are really keen to find a way to 'yes.' We're paying about $18/aud/user for Premium. The Enterprise plan is really only worth it if you absolutely must/need SSO (there's no other features that's worth the dramatic price increase.)
Currently on the basic plan paying $6.99/person/month for a team of 5.
$24.99 / seat for a team of 12, didn't try to negotiate though.
$10 per user. Team of 5. Brought it down by culling several times.
$0. Our entire team uses the freemium version of the product, which is pretty good.
We've been using Asana for several years and are paying $375 for an annual contract at 5 seats ($75 per seat, which is discounted because of the annual pricing.)
We have an enterprise account at $339/user per year. Unsure if this was negotiated or not.
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