We made sure we never pass the 10 active users, so $10 month. $60/month for 1 extra user has been keeping us at that threshold.
Our team of 53 people pay $5 per user per month, totaling $3180 per year.
We pay $7 per user per month for <100 users. This doesn't include pricing that we are paying separately for Confluence. The pricing is consistent with those advertised on the Atlassian website.
We pay for Jira Data Center:
5000 Users, $93,450.00 for one-year term
$1,200 per month for ~43 users across JIRA, Confluence, Gliffy (diagramming plugin), Tempo (timesheets plugin), Portfolio for JIRA, and JIRA service desk (4 users)
$32k for 600 users per year.
We negotiate that price with Devinity Company.
We pay $170.10 per month for an account that is shared between two companies. $98 for JIRA, $17 for Intercom integration, $7 for Harvest Tracker, $17.50 for Google + more third party plugins we don't need. We were set up on this completely self-service.
We pay $140/month for 20 users in Jira. However, some months we have more active users than other months, causing this price to fluctuate.
We are paying $10 a month total for 10 users. We also pay $10 for extra pipeline minutes.
I pay $20.
Today we use Jira only for develop team and we have less than 10 users.
We pay list price for Jira which is $7 per user per month for 40 seats. Confluence is another $5 per user.
JIRA Server - we have 2000 people, license is for up to 10.000 people, we pay $39,000.
JIRA is provided to our nonprofit free for on-premise, which includes many add-on products via their marketplace. In addition, they offer 75% discount on cloud hosted accounts, but those do not include the marketplace apps.
Our price fluctuates based on headcount.
Confluence (Cloud) Standard - 16 users - $80
Jira Software (Cloud) Standard - 19 users - $133
We're paying list price for JIRA Server for the 50 user tier - $4500 per year.
We bought JIRA server a long time ago for $3k. Seats are unlimited.
Pricing is fixed as per the website largely. We pay $3 per user per month.
For the Jira Cloud solution we are paying annually $1,750 for 25 users. Price is paid upfront and is charged no matter how many actual users you've added. Even if there are only 21 users, we still paid for 25, since that's the "price tier".
We have 28 people on Jira Software + Timesheet Reports, and we pay $210/month.
We now pay $4950/year for 50 seats, which includes $1000 for Git integration and $3500 for JIRA itself + $450 of tax in addition.
Team of 250 pays $3 per user per month. This is close to the rack rate which they didn't really discount for us.
Our team of 36 people is paying $252.00/month for Jira Software (Cloud) Standard
$0 on older Free plan (Jira + Confluence) as we aren't yet at 10 employees.
For < 40 people we pay $7 / month / person. It's quite affordable for how much we use it, although I wish they had better support.
$10/month for a team of 9 users, we'll likely stay on Jira but are open to new solutions.
Our Jira plan works out to $11 per user. We believe that we are currently overpaying for this and will be renegotiating at the end of our contract later in the year.
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