|Annual Subscription | Quote-based||Monthly payment | Quote-based|
Sisense is the winner of the 2017 Best Business Intelligence Software Award. It lets you join, analyze, and visualize all the data you want.
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|Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
|1-646-432-1507||1 (716) 989 6531|
|NASDAQ, Merck, Dannon, Booking, Comcast, NASA, ESPN, Sony||Fresh Direct, Made.com, Carrefour|
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75013 Paris, France
Sisense pricing is offered on a by quote basis. The vendor provides a flexible annual pricing plan that is scalable and caters to companies of various shapes and sizes. Specific rates are available upon request. Depending on the size of your company and the scale of your operations you’ll receive a proper quote adjusted to your specific needs. If you want to get more details about the enterprise pricing of Sisense you can request a quote here.
There is also a great free trial plan that allows you to test the software’s capabilities and see how profitable it can be for your company. You can easily sign up for Sisense free trial here.
All features are included in every plan.
Basic: $150 per month
Professional: $450 per month
Enterprise: $1350 per month
Premier: by quote
Sisense provides APIs and additional developer tools that let you interact with the Sisense platform. These tools give you more options and flexibility for managing, enhancing and customizing the functionality and user experience of the Sisense platform.
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You should pay attention to the fact that even though both Sisense and Lokad may offer a top quality array of features each software could be created for a different business size. If you are studying different apps you should pay attention to a company type they are aimed at. Specific functionalities may scale up effectively for large enterprises but if you run a small or mid-sized company it’s often better to avoid paying for advanced functionalities that you may never have a chance to use.