Our licensing models provide flexibility depending on the customer's needs or budget type requirements (CAPEX or OPEX investments). Robotiq.ai has three licensing components:
HQ - is licensed per server. Once the HQ is licensed, customer can invite as many users as you want - there is no limitation for the number of users.
Robot - is licensed per robot machine. We only charge for unattended robots. Also, we do not charge for development robots installed for development purposes.
Chatbot - is licensed as an optional extension to HQ.
Robotiq.ai offers three different licensing models:
The customer buys and owns the license perpetually.
Maintenance is required in the 1st year, while it's optional in subsequent years. Also, it includes the rights to upgrades and support. Maintenance is 25% of the license price.
The customer rents the licenses annually.
While paying the subscription, customers are entitled to upgrades and support.
Pay per use
No upfront investment
Customer pays monthly only for the resources used (minutes of robot work).
Not all licensing models are available in each deployment model. The following matrix shows the availability of licensing models.
This model is more suited for enterprise organizations that want to own the software robot and wish to make a CAPEX investment. It's available only in the on-premise deployment model. To have access to future releases and support of Robotiq.ai, customers need to pay license maintenance. Maintenance is mandatory for the first year, and it's optional in subsequent years. The maintenance price is 25% of the license price.
In this subscription (OPEX) model, the customer pays for the licenses annually. Maintenance and support are both included in the subscription price. The annual licensing model is available both in on-prem and hybrid deployment models.
PAY PER USE
In this model, the customer doesn't pay upfront for the licensing components of Robotiq.ai. Instead, they pay for the resources used (minutes of robot work) monthly. Price includes maintenance and support and is geo-based. The price depends on the average gross income of each country, so the business case is more appealing.