Mistral 'CORPORATE LICENCE' Annual Fee Scale.
|Staff up to:-||UK £||EU €||US $|
† Small business means any organisation operating from a single location with up to 5 staff in total.
All other annual rate levels apply to businesses operating from either single or multiple locations.
Single installation users are directed to Mistral's lower priced Subscription Annual Licence.
General PayPal payment menu including Licence user 'Top-up', 'Lite' and Trial versions.
Annual fee for single location small businesses:-
Annual fee, up to 5 staff
Annual fee, multi-site business and/or up to 20 staff£575 plus VAT/TVA. (US$810*) Secure Server payment.
Annual fee, multi-site business and/or up to 50 staff£785 plus VAT/TVA. (US$1106*) Secure Server payment.
Organisations employing more than 50 staff. Please click here:- Large Organisation Order
Orders for organisations wishing to increase their current licence access by up to 3 additional users.
Please click here:-
* Daily Exchange Rate fluctuations may mean the price you pay through Mistral's Secure Server is slightly different to the price shown above. Large adverse differences (above single figures) will be refunded upon request. Would you offer to do the same for us if the difference is in your favour?! If in doubt please contact .
A company with 10 staff and 5 users should not be expected to pay the same as a company with 20,000 staff world-wide, where arguably all of whom are benefiting from the also just 5 staff in their organisation that are using the software. Mistral's costs of providing faultless pre and post installation support for the latter are also not unexpectedly much higher for larger rather than for smaller organisations. Larger organisations are therefore expected to contribute more for the benefits of the product their business gains and for the infallible service their business receives from Mistral Associates.
The total number of employees to include every person on the permanent payroll, including out field workers and staff operating from home that report to or who are accountable to a principal at the primary business address. Whether or not they are ever likely to or need to personally operate the software themselves.
Subsidiary companies of separately registered organisations must obtain their own Access Licences. Access Registration Codes cannot by effectively obtained by proxy and passed on to subsidiary companies or organisations, or to non employed third parties or to sub contractors.
There can be no argument against this totally fair and reasonable policy*. It is also the same policy as employed by practically every other Expert System Software provider in the world.
*Do you disagree? Then please click here and tell us why. If your argument is convincing
(and it'll have to be!) then you might even secure a lower price!