Store your templates and generate documents using our Cloud Servers - for a small Monthly Fee.
Our Cloud pricing is based on the number of Pages your application generates per Month.
A Cloud subscription also includes Support.
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Our plans are billed monthly in advance, and each customer is also entitled to one free DEV/TEST account.
Try our 30-Day Free Trial to help determine the best plan for you.
Common Pricing Questions
What is meant by: Pages per Month?
Your Pages per Month quota is not a hard-limit. If your Pages per Month usage is greater than your quota, you will still be able to use your account to generate documents. See below for how quota overruns are handled.
You have one template which has 4 pages.
When you merge data with the template – the finished document expands to 8 pages. These 8 pages count towards your monthly usage.
If you render this template 5,000 times in one month, then your Pages per Month usage would be:
5,000 x 8 = 40,000 Pages per Month
What happens if I go over my Pages per Month quota?
We know that in a production environment usage levels change. In the event that you are over quota for two consecutive months, then you will be notified at the end of the second month, and the third month you will be moved to the appropriate plan.
Continued quota overruns and continuity of service are covered by the Fair Use Policy in our Licence Agreement.
What happens if I don't use all of my pages quota in one month?
What happens when I change plans?
What happens if I cancel my plan?
What if the service is not available for some time during a month?
You can view historical monthly uptime statistics here: Monitoring.
We aim for a Monthly Uptime Percentage (MUP) of greater than 99.9% on the "render" service.
You can download our Service Level Agreement here: SLA.
If you think you are entitled to a service credit please contact us.
I am not sure which plan I should use?
If you expect your usage to change over time, you should start on the lowest plan that you expect will cover your maximum usage.
If after a few months your usage is higher than expected, we will contact you to discuss moving to the correct plan.