ERPNext Pricing: Costs and Pricing Plans

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ERPNext is an open-source enterprise resource planning (ERP) system aimed at small and  medium-sized businesses. It offers extensive functionality that’s integrated into a single platform for easy management. Some of the modules include financial accounting, Human Resource management, manufacturing, sales management, customer relationship management (CRM), project management, asset management and content management.

In this post, we’ll discuss the ERPNext pricing model in more detail.

Is ERPNext Open Source Free?

ERPNext’s open source, on-premise plan is free to download and install, and it includes all of its modules. However, it doesn’t offer free support. Users that require professional customer support can purchase a contract that covers priority bug fixes, in-app support, help during software upgrades and security alerts. Even though the software is free to install, companies will have to consider the labor costs of installation and maintenance.

ERPNext Pricing Plans

ERPNext has four paid pricing plans.

Managed Hosting (Cloud)

The Managed Hosting plan is a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) solution that starts at $10 per site, per month. It covers all modules (except for HR, payroll and healthcare), security updates and server monitoring. ERPNext offers a 14-day free trial.

Starter

The Starter plan starts at $400 per site, per month for up to 10 users. It adds on product warranty and functional support. If a company needs additional users, there’s a fee of $40 per month.

Small Business

The Small Business plan starts at $700 per site, per month for up to 20 users. If a company needs additional users, there’s a fee of $36 per month.

Enterprise

The Enterprise plan costs $1,250 per site, per month for up to 50 users. Companies can optionally add on unlimited users, a product expert and large database support for an additional fee. If a company needs additional users, there’s a fee of $25 per month.

Conclusion

ERPNext provides flexible pricing options that include most of its modules. Companies that prefer the open source version will need to keep in mind any labor and other costs in customization and maintenance, and that the vendor doesn’t offer free support. The Managed Hosting plan may be a good fit for organizations that don’t want to host the software, while other plans may be beneficial for companies with more than 10 users.

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