Acumatica Pricing and Licensing FAQ
Acumatica Licensing Explained
How does Acumatica charge its users?
What are Acumatica’s three pricing factors?
Let’s talk size
When it comes to size, Acumatica calculates pricing based on the resources needed for your company’s projected level of transactions.
The options are small, medium, and large. Small companies are those averaging 25 users and up to 10,000 transactions per hour. This is the most popular choice.
Acumatica’s creators designed it to help your company grow and to adapt to your changing needs. As new users are added, Acumatica adjusts the level of resources, data storage capacity, and power consumption needed to provide consistent service.
Let’s talk functionality
As for functionality, Acumatica pricing is determined on which and how many applications your company needs to start using right away. Acumatica is offered in Standard, Advanced, and Enterprise editions. The standard edition includes only core financial modules and is meant for very small companies. The Advanced edition is the most common choice and includes nearly all Acumatica modules. The Enterprise edition is designed for larger companies and corporations which need added functionalities. Acumatica also offers options for specific industries with its Commerce Edition, Field Service Edition, and Manufacturing Edition. Your company can pick and choose the features it needs and add functionalities and applications as it grows.
Let’s talk licensing
Acumatica offers three different licenses: SaaS Subscription, Private Cloud Subscription, or a Private Perpetual License. The most popular license is a SaaS Subscription, in which a dedicated IT organization such as Intelligent Technologies provides installation, service, and maintenance for your Acumatica Cloud ERP, while your company pays an annual fee. You can also rent Acumatica with a Private Cloud Subscription for an annual fee or pay a one-time fee and buy a Private Perpetual License.
Either option can be deployed on-premise or on the hosting provider of your choosing.
How are those transactions per hour measured?
What happens if my company needs more transactions on only certain months of the year?
So, is there a price list?
Acumatica does not publish its price list, but you can get a quote from Intelligent Technologies by answering a few quick questions.
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