SaaS Pricing: If you have to ask, you may or may not be able to afford it. But why do you have to ask? When you buy a house you don’t have to call the agent first to ask for the price it is listed. The same with a car, a meal, a plane ticket and almost everything else. Why do you have to call sales to get your price when you buy SaaS service? Don’t you hate it when the website has a Pricing page on the menu but when you click it, it’s the same old run around of “contact us” for pricing. This is a false advertisement. Yes I know there will be wiggle room based on volume and terms but at least give us a starting price. Also the beauty of SaaS was that you don’t own it and you can walk away anytime. Especially SaaS without major integration. Why are you then locked into an annual contract?
Annual contract favors the Seller over the Buyer because it does not allow the buyer to pause their subscription. We have all found this out the hard way. During Covid, when hiring froze up completely Loans, mortgages, etc. allowed people to pause their payment. But did the 800 pound gorilla in recruiting allow you to pause your annual contract? NOPE. And that’s the problem with annual contracts. Unexpected events, such as Life, occur. Our pricing is simple. There are no complicated, large and costly contracts that other departments have to review and approve. If you are trying to get a $1000/month, annual contract approved, there will be many eyes on it. Multiple departments will need to approve it and delays or denials are inevitable. It’s simple. And since there is no long term contract to deal with, your purchase is quickly approved so you can get back to the important tasks of your job. Say ‘NO’ to restrictive annual contracts and say ‘HELLO PRICING FREEDOM’. Take our simple pricing for a spin and see how much further you can go with less budget. When you buy a house you don’t have to call the agent first to ask for the price it is listed. The same with a car, a meal, a plane ticket and almost everything else. Why do you have to call sales to get your price when you buy SaaS service?