Plans and Pricing

CALUMO can be deployed in the cloud or on your premises, it’s your choice. There are no sneaky tricks or traps, just simple licencing that makes your life easier. Find a pricing plan to suit your needs, or get in touch with our team.

On-Premises Business Intelligence Pricing

  • Bundles for organisations of any size
  • Full CALUMO functionality
  • Patches and upgrades to be applied manually
  • Comprehensive support
  • Prices exclude local taxes





One mid-market serverOne enterprise serverOne enterprise server
--Two development and test servers
8 web users75 web users230 web users
2 office users5 office users20 office users
Indicative price $46,000 including first years’ annual maintenance.

Average cost per user: $4,600

Indicative price $125,000 including first years’ annual maintenance.

Average cost per user: $1,563

Indicative price $297,500 including first years’ annual maintenance

Average cost per user:

All prices exclude Microsoft licencing, including SQL Server and Office.

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No sneaky tricks or traps


Some providers sell you a restricted version of their software with a limited licence, in the hope you’ll upgrade to a more expensive version down the track. We don’t. From day one, you’ll have access to all of CALUMO’s smart features and tools, accessible on any device.


We know that not all your staff need the same licence, which is why we give you the opportunity to only pay for what you need, depending on whether your users will access CALUMO online, in Microsoft Office or both.


Many companies take your data and make it hard to get it back. We think that’s crazy. With CALUMO, you will always own and control your data. And if you feel like leaving us, we make it easy to take with you.


With CALUMO’s cloud business intelligence pricing, there are no 12-month commitments, no complicated contracts and no punishments for leaving. Just a pay-as-you-go monthly subscription that puts you back in control.


CALUMO offers a unique licence elasticity option, so you can increase the number of users during peaks, then reduce them later when it’s back to business as usual. It’s perfect for those busy times of year, like budgeting.