Pricing is based on the combination of the
- number of Editors
- total end users needing access/collaborate on content
Nonprofit – 50% discount on Editors. Scroll to the bottom of the page for nonprofit criteria.WRANGLING YOUR BUDGET? TALK TO US FREE TRIAL
Typically Process Professionals, Business Analysts and Consultant who are creating/managing content (requirements, process diagrams, user stories, Org documentation, user help). You need a minimum of ONE Editor. Editors are $750 per year.
These are the stakeholders involved in content creation who can view and provide feedback. These are free unless you need the advanced features.
Content and user governance, Jira integration, search/pop-up help, corporate management.
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There is an annual cost of $50,000 for the Private Cloud in addition to the Elements licenses. There is a one-off set up fee of $5,000.
There is no nonprofit discount for Private Cloud.
First, are you a nonprofit
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NONPROFIT DISCOUNT – 50%
This applies to Editor licenses.
To be eligible to apply for the 50% nonprofit discount your organization must be recognized as a charitable, nonprofit, or nongovernmental organization in the country where you are located.
Eligible organizations for nonprofit discount
- 501(c)(3) organizations: Organizations that have received the 501(c)(3) designation from the Internal Revenue Service. Organizations that possess multiple IRS designations (i.e., a 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) status) but whose primary use of our products would not be for the 501(c)(3) entity are not eligible.
- Higher education institutions: Private nonprofit and public higher education institutions. Higher education institutions will need to provide a link to their registration on www.nces.ed.gov.
- K–12 schools: Standalone K-12 public, charter, and private (nonprofit) schools as well as K-12 public school districts, charter management organizations (CMO), and private (nonprofit) school networks. Schools will need to provide a link to their registration on www.nces.ed.gov.
- Fiscally sponsored organizations: Fiscal sponsorship is a financial and legal system by which a legally recognized 501(c)(3) public charity provides limited financial and legal oversight for an organization that does not have its own 501(c)(3) status. Fiscally sponsored organizations will need to submit: 1) their fiscal sponsor’s 501(c)(3) IRS determination letter and 2) the fiscal sponsorship contract/agreement between the two organizations.
- 501(c)(4), 501(c)(6), or non 501(c)(3) Organizations: Organizations that do not have a 501(c)(3) designation, but rather a c4, c6 or other nonprofit status. Organizations that possess multiple IRS designations (i.e., a 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) status) but whose primary use of our products would not be for the 501(c)(3) entity are not eligible.
- Healthcare organizations providing patient care: Hospitals and Healthcare systems providing patient care. Free clinics may qualify.
- State & Local Organizations: These organizations include but are not limited to, State and Local government agencies, government owned/funded health care organizations, economic development organizations, and Chambers of Commerce (excluding Foundations).
If you are unsure or have questions, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org