Our pricing, and accepted payment methods.

We aim to make our pricing affordable and most importantly, easy to interpret and understand so you can opt for the pricing that fits around your needs.


So ask your self this:
What pricing model is the right fit for me?

Perpetual

The name may sound weird but actually this pricing model is very, very common! Put simply, this pricing model involves a customer (i.e yourself) making a one-off payment upfront for the product or service, and possibly an additional fee for extended support if any is provided. Once the purchase is made it'll be yours to keep and in most cases you wouldn't have to worry about it expiring. Along with paying upfront you may get access to warranties and support too.


  • check_circle Full payment is normally required upfront.
  • check_circle Limited support and/or warranties tend to be included as well.
  • info Software is yours to keep in most of if not all cases.
  • warning Take into consideration it could become expensive paying upfront.
  • help Does the purchase give enough room to scale operations? Example: It can support multiple users under one licence.
  • help How often will you be carrying out upgrades? Will it require another purchase?

Subscription

Again a very common pricing model, except in this case the customer would pay a recurring fee on a set schedule - could be monthly, annually etc on a per-user basis. An initial subscription fee may be included as well but that depends on the party providing it. For software subscriptions the customer would be allowed to use it for a set term generally, so if it's for a year they'll have access to it for that period unless they decide to renew.


  • check_circle Payment for products/services is normally done in instalments on a set term on a per-user basis.
  • check_circle Normally comes with additional support, updates etc.
  • check_circle Can be seen as more flexible in terms of scalability and less costly.
  • info The software can only be used within the set term - but can be renewed though.
  • warning The software provided in this case doesn't belong to you.
  • help Are you buying for yourself or a team of people?

Payments made easy peasy, lemon squeezy.

The way we pay for things is changing fast, so to ensure to give our customers flexibility we have many payment options available, including cryptocurrencies. We'll continue to review these and adjust accordingly.

Standard methods:

  • Card Payments [via Square Payments, PayPal]
  • Direct Bank Transfer

Crypto Payments [via Utrust]:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • DASH
  • Elrond eGold (eGLD)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Tether (USDT)
  • USD Coin (USDC)
  • Utrust Token (UTK)

Soon to be added:

  • Direct Debit [via GoCardless]
  • Coinpayments