The Domo platform provides a variety of capabilities to support your digital transformation. Select from packages that include data storage and query volumes. Bi-directional data flow to write data back to source systems. That includes connecting the data, manipulating the data, and visualizing it in Domo. In their first year, Telus created more than 42k cards, each answering a different business question. Pricing is based on several components related to your usage of the platform, including data storage, data refresh rates, volume of data queries, and the number of users. We offer packages with specific features to meet your needs in different stages of digital transformation.
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Domo’s New Pricing Structure
Domo's top-tier packages leave buyers guessing
Domo is a self-service BI platform that consists of seven categories connected together into one hub to help users make better business decisions. Domo also provides customized solutions for job roles, industry and data connectors. Domo has since removed pricing from their website. Both plans offer unlimited users with the Enterprise plan offering unlimited data, advanced governance and security, and HIPAA compliance.
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This page has lots of updates over the past few years as Domo goes from a public pricing page to a contact us now approach to see the prices. They are now back in the stealth zone where to see any price information, a high-pressure sales pitch is required. The stock has had its ups and down, but generally, most analysts are bullish on the future of the stock. According to our evaluators and customers, Domo previously required users to sign an NDA regarding pricing, which means Domo has made a big shift in favor of transparency. The major differentiators among the plans are the number of users allotted, the frequency of data refresh, data limits, and administration and data security features. It appears in the new pricing plan Jan and Sept , Domo is detailing out the data limits on all plans. They used to describe it in terms of size 5GB for the starter, 25GB for the professional , but now they express it in terms of rows 5m rows in free and standard, m rows in professional, and unlimited which appears to be up to 20 billion max in the enterprise plan. Domo historically has been one of the most expensive products in the self-service, agile BI market and this pricing aligns with what we have been told in the past. But it appears they are listening to market forces by lowering price, although we still hear the cost of migration to their cloud still requires very expensive professional services. And unless you are uploading Microsoft Excel or CSV files, or your data sources are all in the cloud and easy to connect to Domo, the cost of the implementation alone is too much for most small businesses to consider.
We just launched engagement data! It's a strong effort from Domo, hampered only by overreliance on intangible value metrics and a chronic underselling of valuable features. Digging into the data, there's a clear relationship between a buyer's interest in business intelligence and their willingness to pay for a solution. At the top end of the spectrum, a high-need buyer's willingness to pay aligns well with Domo's top-tier plans : If they have a solid understanding of their need for BI, they'll be happy with Domo's pricing. But a real problem arises when we consider the type of people who typically make purchasing decisions. Most business intelligence purchases are driven by classically nontechnical roles: execs and members of the C-suite who want to push their organization away from spreadsheets and toward data collection, graphs, and reporting. But, like most people, these execs often have no idea what the practical difference is between 5 million rows of data and million rows of data. Once the order is issued to find a unified BI platform, a company starts hunting around, looking at solutions from the likes of Domo, Looker, and Periscope Data. But as it currently stands, Domo's pricing page offers little guidance for these nontechnical buyers, leaving them to make their decisions based on inaccurate heuristics—often choosing one package over another simply because it offers more data records. But as we discovered, more isn't always better.