Webils pricing policy

    In the last post, we described the essence of our system. The most popular question was - “how much?” As we answered, it is impossible to name the exact price based on some obvious parameter. But in order to form an understanding of at least the order of prices - we show the grid for relatively small loads. As you can see , we tried to proceed from the total number of users involved in the system. This gradation is used by many services offering webinars. It is clear that under this restriction of the total number of users other parameters are also hidden that are taken into account when calculating the “cost price”. For example, 10 users who work around the clock will create an undeniably greater load than 50 users who work once a month.


    Based on the incoming requests and averaging the remaining parameters, we came to such a grid. Its functional objective is to give users a common understanding of pricing.

    For a large number of users, there is already a much greater fluctuation of the remaining parameters. And taking any averaged values ​​increases the error too much.

    In any case, we even help customers with 5 users to decide what kind of load they will create. Our goal is not to force customers to overpay. First of all, we want to provide a convenient service with reasonable prices!

    I allow myself to make a small announcement of the next post, in which we will try to describe in more detail the difficulties that companies face on the way to the transition to online learning.

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