Pricing models with Salable

Finding the right pricing strategy is pivotal for the success of your SaaS business.

It's not just about setting a price; it's about creating a model that aligns with your product offering, target market, and business goals.

Here, we'll explore various pricing models that cater to different customer needs and usage patterns.

Selecting the right pricing model is essential for maximising revenue, attracting and retaining customers, and driving sustainable growth for your SaaS business. By understanding your target market, usage patterns, and business objectives, you can choose a pricing model that resonates with your customers and positions your SaaS app for success. Whether you opt for flat rate pricing, tiered pricing, usage-based pricing, freemium, or a try and buy offer, the key is to continually iterate and optimise your pricing strategy to adapt to evolving market dynamics and customer needs.

Usage-based

(Also known as consumption)

With usage-based pricing, customers are charged according to their actual usage of the product, whether it's the time spent, frequency of resource access, feature utilisation, or actions performed, leading to flexible billing that aligns with usage patterns. 

Per-seat

(Also known as Per-user)

Per-seat pricing simplifies pricing for SaaS products by charging customers a fixed monthly or yearly fee per user, ensuring clarity for subscribers and predictability for SaaS companies regarding revenue streams.

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Tiered-based

Users across the organisation can be  onboarded without the need for IT department involvement.

Flat-rate

With one fixed price per seat, Subscription owners (and their financial teams) can easily calculate exactly how much they need to budget for your product. 

Freemium

Each seat offers uniform access to the functionality provided in the plan, requiring no additional tweaking or assignment from the subscription owner.

Free trials

Each seat offers uniform access to the functionality provided in the plan, requiring no additional tweaking or assignment from the subscription owner.