Sitecore Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Sitecore

CMS and customer experience management

4.25/5 (12 reviews)

Sitecore Pricing

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Various pricing options available, depending on various usage factors:

Demo: a free demo can be requested before purchasing
Sitecore Experience Platform: pricing depends on the number of server installations and the number of simultaneous users
Sitecore Foundry: works as an add-on to the Sitecore Experience Platform and pricing depends on number of distributed websites to be installed
Sitecore for internal use: pricing is defined by number of employees on the system

Competitors Pricing

ONEsite

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

PlanetReg

Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription
Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Multipub

Starting from: $125.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription

Zoey

Starting from: $399.00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

NetSuite SuiteCommerce

Pricing model: Subscription

Pricing Comparison

How does Sitecore compare with other Website & eCommerce apps?

Subscription plan?

Sitecore



95% of apps offer a
subscription plan

Free trial?

Sitecore



79% of apps have a
free trial

Freemium plan?

Sitecore



28% of apps have a
freemium plan

Pricing Comparison

Website & eCommerce app prices shown are $/month

Please note: For comparison purposes the price for Sitecore has been scaled monthly. Actual price is $/per year




Sitecore Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Excellent multisite multilingual tool. Easy to update with a ton of extra marketing features
  • I love the customization available with this software. For one, it does its job out of the box. But get a developer on your team and you can run leagues ahead your competition with your website. Use templates, develop your CSS, create new object types to put on your website, or customize the objects that come out of the box. I'm not a developer myself, so I can't speak to how user-friendly that side of it is, but I've worked with a few developers who are able to fly through customization requests. Everything is granular in permissions too: you can create groups for permissions or individuals, and you can get pretty detailed in what those permissions are. It's incredible on so many levels for so many different sizes of teams.
Cons
  • EXPENSIVE. Per user license agreement. Needs heavy customizations.
  • It does cost money. Not a cheap product. But if you need a website that's more complex than a blog, it should be worth it. Just make sure to get buy in from everyone involved with setting the budget. Customer service can connect you with sales reps who would be more than happy to provide you with content to show the ROI if you aren't sure how to bring the C Suite onboard. Then you don't have to worry so much about getting your annual budget approved just to stay in the same system. Get everyone committed to the spend!
89%
recommended this to a friend or a colleague

3 reviewers had the following to say about Sitecore's pricing:

Jimi Skelly

Great tool but can be expensive

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2016-12-07
Review Source: Capterra

This CMS is amazing and has a ton of features, but getting it off the ground can be expensive. I am not a fan of the per user license and would rather pay one price and have as many users as I want. Excellent multisite multilingual tool. Easy to update with a ton of extra marketing features

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Sitecore

CMS and customer experience management

Brittany Hart

Make It Yours Because You Can!

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-03-07
Review Source: Capterra

I can easily get anything done on the website that I need to. I also have people trained across the organization with limited permissions so they can't break anything, but they can make updates and submit them to the publishing queue, where I just review them before publishing. Being able to delegate little tasks like that lets me focus on more front-end work. It's easy, it's customizable, and I love it.I love the customization available with this software. For one, it does its job out of the box. But get a developer on your team and you can run leagues ahead your competition with your website. Use templates, develop your CSS, create new object types to put on your website, or customize the objects that come out of the box. I'm not a developer myself, so I can't speak to how user-friendly that side of it is, but I've worked with a few developers who are able to fly through customization requests. Everything is granular in permissions too: you can create groups for permissions or individuals, and you can get pretty detailed in what those permissions are. It's incredible on so many levels for so many different sizes of teams.

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Sitecore

CMS and customer experience management

Matt Preiss

Sitecore Review

Reviewed 2016-12-20
Review Source: Capterra

I managed a website from 2006-2010 on the Sitecore platform. I thought it was a great CMS and very flexible. I am not an expert coder but found it very easy to use. Ultimately, it had more features and tools than the organization found necessary for the price they were paying and they switched platforms.

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Sitecore

CMS and customer experience management