35 Sales Cloud (Enterprise) @ $109.50 per seat
55 Force Enterprise Edition @ $59.20 per seat
3 Force Admin Licneses @ $37.00 per seat
18 Inbox licenses @ 18.50 per seat
Full Copy Sandbox @ $27,117.00
For Sales + Service Cloud Unlimited edition we were paying 114€ per person per month
Our team pays for:
Super aggressive end of quarter/fiscal discounting tactics so would recommend holding out for those periods. We had a small instance for 5 seats and paid ~$15k annually.
We pay $1000 per user for the year.
$99 per month per user for about 48 users, we have heavy customized workflows and our marketing department has added a few gigabytes which adds another $200 per month or so.
We negotiated a 3 year deal with an annual commitment of $179K annual for 107 Full Licenses and 100 Quip users. We waited until end of their year and significantly increased the number of users.
85€/user enterprise license, initial quote was 125€ but they now started to increase the prices per user by 7% each year!
$204k for a two year contract that includes Pardot, 10k additional API calls, and 10gb of data storage
Our team pays $107.50/user for 1 license of Salesforce Cloud Lightning CRM - Enterprise Edition, paid via invoice, once quarterly.
We have an annual contract commitment with Salesforce.
For a 501(c) 3 we have ten free licenses. Trying to find out how much for extra licenses and difficult to ascertain. Looks like it is on a sliding scale and SF wants us to pay $20k/year for enterprise support.
We're a Salesforce Partner and get 2 licenses for our own internal/demo use.
$69/month for enterprise seats through Apto. We have 2 users
We pay $88/mo on a 2yr deal for 172 licenses, but we've been a customer for 7 years prior to this deal
£100 per month, per person, for a 13 person plan
20 Force.com licenses at $42/month
20 Premier Success Plan support at $12/month
Data Storage 500mb units at $25/month
Data Storage 10gb units at $950/month
Extra API Calls 10,000 unit blocks at $22/month
Cloud Lightning CRM Enterprise @ $135/month
Support @ $22/month
We are on Enterprise level and we have 38 licenses and are paying £63.
This is based on a 3 year license.
$100/person, per month for 50 people. Sales cloud only. Lightening edition with no add-ons. Single year contract.
$90/user per month - team size 60
We $100 / seat / month for Salesforce Sales Cloud, for five seats. We pay on an annual basis. While we tried to negotiate down, we were not able to successfully get a discount. We did surpass an API usage threshold though, and they waived the upgrade fee.
Approx $89 per user per month, for ~145 users.
Simple negotiations were done here - I think we were able to get them down on pricing by about $20 a month per user by getting better bulk pricing, and also waiting until the end of the fiscal year to get the quote
We are a small asset management firm. We are paying $25/month for one seat.
Paying $91K for 105 users - $72 per month. 50 seats are partial seats.
We have a marketing automation tool built into the software, Maropost, plus our full team using the CRM, as well as API capabilities. Total cost is ~$99k a year.
30 licenses, Enterprise edition - $90/user/month for a 3 year contract. Their first offer was $108/user/month for a 3 year contract.
We have Sales Cloud - Enterprise Editio with 3.00 users for $150.00 per month per user.
We signed a 3 year agreement for $50,229 total with 13 seats.
~400 Sales/Service Cloud Unlimited Edition at $96 PUPM. Negotiated from a position of growth and leveraged a problem we had with Pardot. Forced SFDC to break a multi-year agreement and re-price the remaining SKU's.
$135 per month per user, roughly $60K per year total. This is their default pricing, we plan to negotiate down this year. I've seen pricing as low as $95 in previous companies.
Got 15% on 2 seats of professional. Waited to Jan 28 which is their year end. Best time to get a discount
We pay about $130/user/month. We had at one point about 30 people in the team.
60 seats, $125.60 per user per month, including premier support. Seems negotiating at year end (January) is the best method to get good pricing.
For Sales Cloud Performance Edition for ~250 employees, we pay about $400K/year. Sandbox ended up being an additional $100K.
$14,000 per year for a sales team of four + 4 people in customer success
Our team is of 35 people.
We pay per quarter U$S 50 per user per month for Enterprise.
Paying $75 a month for 10 licenses to professional
Salesforce shows their pricing chart, but what most people don't realize until later is that Salesforce Professional does not have API capabilities (integration-ready); the user seats are $75/user/mo base, but with an API add-on, they end up being about $115/user/mo (the API add-on needs to be rolled out for all user seats, it cannot be enabled for just a single admin or something). You also still do not get access to all automation functionality at Professional tier.
Based on the pricing, functional limitations, and the hassle of API requests/setup, it may be worthwhile to go with Sales Enterprise from the start, which is $150/user/mo.
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