Announcing New Private Label Pricing

Private Label PricingToday we are announcing new pricing for our Wikispaces Private Label service.

Wikispaces Private Label is the fastest and easiest way to provide wikis for your entire school, school district, University, company, non-profit, department, or division. Along with our easy-to-use wikis come powerful features for integration and management. We provide Single Sign-On so that you can connect your Wikispaces Private Label site to your LDAP or Active Directory server, Moodle site, or any other authentication system so that your users can log in with their existing accounts. We provide a full API so you can do deep integration with existing content and user management systems. And we provide a high availability infrastructure and outstanding service so that you never have to worry about the reliability of your wikis.

Since May 2008 our Private Label Premium customers have gotten all of these advanced features. We have heard loud and clear that when we provide features that make Wikispaces Private Label easier to manage and easier to use, our customers are much more successful. And we are all about making our customers successful.

We’re excited to announce that going forward we will have a single Private Label plan that includes all of our advanced features including Single Sign-On and our full API. And on top of that, Wikispaces Private Label now includes unlimited storage (with a small disclaimer to prevent abuse).

Wikispaces Private Label Pricing is now as follows:

Unlimited User Pricing

K-12 Schools: $2,000 per year
K-12 School Districts: $4,000 per year
Universities: $6,000 per year

Per User Pricing

$1,000 per year per 100 users

See our pricing page for more details.

As always, feel free to email us with any questions or comments.

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One Comment

  1. Posted October 30, 2009 at 9:24 am | Permalink

    The potential downside of this new pricing model, as I see it, is that Wiki Administrators might have to start ‘picking and choosing’ who gets member accounts to author Wikis, due to the 1000 user limit.

    I can see pressure to retire or suspend member accounts that don’t edit often or aren’t currently active. Might be some issues from sites with > 1000 accounts but only a percentage that are actually active editors.

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