Pricing for FinancialForce is a bit of a moving target – there are different licenses, different modules, and different discounts, depending on who you are or what you are looking for. But we’ll try to provide as much information as possible.
Small business pricing starts at $750 USD a month, according to FinancialForce’s own AppExchange page. This translates to $9000 annually, which is also what Heather Clancy wrote in ZDNet. This price requires a minimum number of users.
There are various user levels, and people have reported that the prices are:
- $175/month for core users (access to all features)
- $125/m for executive users (report on data, but not edit it)
- $10/month for sales users (view data only)
We’ve also heard reports that there is ambiguity around the enforcement of this – preventing a sales user from reporting may not be technically possible in Salesforce.
Implementation cost can also vary greatly, but expect the starting price to be in the $10k to $15k for small to medium sized organizations.
This is often where our app Breadwinner comes in. You get the unlimited users of Xero or Quickbooks Online at less than $50 USD a month, and Breadwinner allows you to get all of your invoices from Xero into Salesforce, or from Quickbooks Online into Salesforce,and securely control who can access and view those invoices.
And the pricing of Breadwinner plus the Xero or Quickbooks Online Accounting app is far, far less than the price of Financial Force!
Find Out if Breadwinner is a better Fit than FinancialForce
Breadwinner and FinancialForce each have their respective advantages. Do you want to find out which one fits your company better? We’re happy to discuss this, and can optionally give you a customized demo of Breadwinner.
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