We have 10 licenses that we are paying $27000 for yearly, based on a 2 years contract, the one year contract had a 5% price increase
We paid $5,500/month for Looker when we started using it—but would need to nearly double that if we add more than their default 10 users.
We pay $54k for 2 years for a team of 10 users.
I believe their standard price would be $66k. We negotiated but eventually found others such as Tableau & Periscope were much more expensive.
Our company of 200 people paid for 50 user licenses, totaling about $30K/year. We were one of Looker's first east coast customers and cut a deal early on (less than $15K) by purchasing professional services ($20K) to supplement our buildout.
Base price is $60k/year for 10 users, but things get wonky when you add in embedded analytics. Opaque pricing on users beyond 10.
We are paying about $3000 monthly for about 30 users. I think we're actually over the number of users allowed on our plan but still pay the same.
We pay $40k/year for 60 license users which was a discount of 30% of list price at that time
We paid £35k for 1 year, giving us 10 admin accounts, including the Jumpstart programme.
Our team of 12 paid $3000 a quarter for Looker. They originally had quoted us $5000 a quarter, but after a lengthy negotiation with the sales rep, they got approval to give a non-standard discount because we were a fast growing startup.
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