Learn more about the product's pricing model.

How does licensing work?

Licensing is based on the number of resources that you intend to plan. In essence, a resource is a line on the planning board which you can schedule. The licensing then is based on the consumption of resources, which we split up in packs. For instance, our smallest pack, the Starter edition, allows you to plan up to 10 resources.

Subscriptions are the method through which billing is managed.

Where is the price list?

Dime Software works through a network of partners that resell Dime.Scheduler. In other words, Dime.Scheduler is sold by our certified partners, each of which may maintain their own service offerings around our software.

As much as we want to publicly share the price list, it is the partner that ultimately decides on the listing price. To get the price list, consult your partner, or ask us to recommend one if you don't have a partner already.

Are free trials available?

Absolutely! You can have a free trial up to 90 days. Your partner, or we, can set up a proof of concept for you that links Dime.Scheduler to your back-office system so you can evaluate our software. Certified partners can access our partner zone and request a trial.

How can I obtain Dime.Scheduler?

As we sell indirectly through our partners, you should reach out to your ERP partner to get Dime.Scheduler up and running. They will place the order and we will provision a new tenant right away.

What are the implementation costs?

This is contingent on a number of variables, that may include - but are not limited to - the following:

  • Rate of your ERP partner's services
  • Analysis, development and testing of customizations
  • Training hours
  • Setting up test environments in addition to the production environment

A ballpark figure would be 4 to 5 days to get from the initial kick-off meeting to the project sign-off.

Want to learn more?

Reach out to our team who will be happy to assist.