OnBase is a highly customizable platform that can be built to the specific needs and size of your organization. However, because pricing depends on how many people need access to OnBase and what features they’ll utilize — you won’t find pricing for OnBase on the Hyland website.
Typically, we recommend an a la carte approach to building an OnBase solution for small to mid-sized companies that aren’t in an active state of upscaling or have few varying use cases. If that sounds like you, let us help you build and quote your OnBase solution. Tell us about your project!
We’ll certainly do the same for any sized organization, however, particularly large organizations with many departments, too many use-cases for an ECM solution, or that experience dramatic growth/frequent change in company size have another option we’d recommend considering. That is, Enterprise Licensing.
OnBase Enterprise Licensing — What is It?
1. Your organization is undergoing a lot of growth or changes in scale.
Usually, OnBase licenses need to be purchased or disposed of to accommodate the coming and going of users. Change in scale equates to change management, i.e., time and money spent tweaking your OnBase portfolio to align with the size and needs of your company. However, with an Enterprise License, the impact of change is nullified because additional users don’t add additional costs. Because your license covers everyone in your organization, you can add or remove users seamlessly. It’s important to note that exiting employees also won’t reduce the overall cost of your license.
2. You need to satisfy a wide range of departments with variable add-on features.
OnBase has a lot to offer. But not every department will have the same use-case for OnBase as the next. For example, WorkView is an add-on to OnBase that improves case and contract management. However, WorkView could go under-utilized in departments that don’t need custom coding and deployment features. An Enterprise License gives every department access to the add-ons and features they need without the cost and risks of picking and choosing individual add-ons on behalf of everyone.
3. You are interested in the latest content-services features for your automation roadmap.
It’s like we said — OnBase has a lot to offer, and the offerings continue to grow with the release of its latest version, Foundation 22.1. If you’re planning an automation roadmap and want to account for “the next big things” in content services, then an Enterprise License is a cost-effective way to obtain the most advanced features of OnBase. Just as departments can choose their OnBase add-ons at no extra cost, an Enterprise License lets you swap in and out the latest OnBase features — a convenient way to trial features, test their utility, and discover the value they bring.