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EnergySys new pricing model

Friday, August 24, 2012

EnergySys, a company which sells a cloud system for managing production data, has launched a new pricing model.

Users can buy packs of 25 subscriptions at around £2,500 per month (or £100 per user), and users can be standard users, reporting users or application users.

"Our commitment to operational excellence means that we can continue to offer unparalleled technology with unbeatable service levels, and do so at a price point that our competitors can't match. The equivalent of just £100 per user per month for the best solution on the planet, as I'm modestly inclined to say," says managing director Peter Black.

The company believes that the solution is ideal for both large and small customers.

Small customers can get 25 user licenses for the price they were previously paying for around 5 to 10 customers.

"For the company with forty users, they'd buy two twenty-five subscription packs, and they'd be able to use the extra ten subscriptions for wider use of the core applications, or to create new applications for trading or environmental data management or whatever," Mr Black says.

"We'll continue to push aggressively on price, though we do understand that cost is not the top priority for our customers. However, we really do believe that our service can bring value to all parts of the organisation, so we want to get to a price where it makes sense to give a subscription to energysys.com to absolutely everyone in the company."



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