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Intelligent Automation Pricing Plans for Technology Leaders

Jason Dzamba by Jason Dzamba - May 19, 2022

Leaders and CFOs overseeing intelligent automation and robotic process automation projects have been tightening budgets. When evaluating ROI, they weigh the costs to automate processes, but they’re not only focusing on the numbers.  

Toptal, pointed out in a recent article that the role of the CFO has changed. Ten years ago, the focus was on reporting, records, and compliance. Now, operational strategy, influenced by lean finances, is prompting CFOs to adopt a multi-vendor approach for RPA projects.  

This article covers the enterprise RPA+ tools available on OpenBots and the costs of each plan. Our pricing plans will help CFOs understand the investment they can expect to develop a solid RPA strategy. It’s simple and straightforward, as it should be.

Intelligent Automation Enterprise Tools  

Two important questions for CFOs to answer are (1) what processes you want to automate and (2) what tools you will need to get the job done with minimum cost and maximum benefit. 

The OpenBots Enterprise RPA+ tools available will help you scale your digital transformation efforts without paying unnecessary bot licensing fees which can result in millions of annual savings.  

Compare OpenBots to traditional RPA Platforms: Download the comparison 

How much is it going to cost to develop? How many developer licenses will you need? How many virtual machines will you need hosted? Will your bots be on-prem or in the cloud?  

These are essential questions you should consider when deciding which of the following RPA tools are right for your enterprise.

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Cloud Developer 

What it is: Cloud developer is a cloud-based RPA orchestration plan for small to medium-size businesses who are new to RPA or to the OpenBots platform. 

How much does it cost: $49 a month and includes 16 hours of orchestration and 1GB of storage. Each additional hour is $3, and storage is $8 extra a month per gigabyte.   

It also includes Business Center, Documents, Discovery, and Site and Forms.   

Who needs it: Individual developers who plan to build a proof of concept. 

Cloud Growth 

What it is: Cloud growth is a cloud-based RPA orchestration plan for small to medium-size businesses looking to automate their processes. 

How much does it cost: $499 a month and includes 240 hours of orchestration. Each additional hour is $1.99, and storage is $5 extra a month per gigabyte.   

It also includes Business Center, Documents, Discovery, and Site and Forms. 

Who needs it: Cloud-ready enterprises looking to deploy and manage automations across their organization.

Cloud Enterprise

What it is: Cloud enterprise is a cloud-based RPA orchestration plan for large enterprises looking to automate their processes.

How much does it cost: $1,999 a month. It includes 2,000 hours of orchestration. Each additional hour is $1.20, and storage is $5 extra a month per gigabyte.

It also includes Business Center, Documents, Discovery, and Site and Forms, and Migration.  

Who needs it: Typically global companies with multiple team and business units looking to create medium complexity automation workflows. 

On-Prem Enterprise 

What it is: On-prem orchestration tool that gives enterprises complete control and flexibility of their automations.  

How much it costs: $1,999 / Month. Unlimited orchestration and storage. Basic support included. 

It also includes Business Center, Documents, Discovery, and Site and Forms, and Migration.  

Who needs it: Organizations that are not cloud-ready, have complex infrastructure requirements and workflows and need to integrate legacy tools.

Business Center 

What it is: Business Center is a workflow management tool used to streamline the interaction between humans and bots by creating work items, approvals, and denials.  

Organizations can also create client-facing forms that kick off automation for back-end processes.   

How much does it cost: Only available for Cloud Server Enterprise Plan users. Additional users are $9.95 a month per user. 

Who needs it: Non-technical business users that want a high-level control of automations in one convenient location.


What it is: Discovery is a process discovery tool used to map out automation pipelines based on the ROI. There are three plans available: Starter, Growth, and Enterprise. 

How much does it cost: Starter is free. Growth handles up to 25 processes and is $99 a month. Enterprise includes unlimited processes and is $499 a month. 

Who needs it: Enterprise looking to be strategic with what processes to automate. Most organizations don’t understand what processes they should automate and when they should do it. Discovery shows the numbers of short and long-term projects for better RPA planning.

Sites and Forms

What it is: Tool to design sites and forms without code that are unique to your business processes.

How much does it cost: Available in all plans and first 100 submissions are free. 101 to 1000 are $0.05 per form submission. 1001 to 5000 are $0.02 per form submission. 5000+ $0.01 per form submission.

Who needs it: Organizations that need to create automated workflows that integrate with existing systems and trigger forms dependent on user input.


What It Is: Studio is the integrated development environment used to build bots. It comes with hundreds of pre-built commands to create simple task automation or build complex workflow automations.  

How much does it cost: 100% free and fully featured with all bells and whistles included.  

Who needs it: Those looking to build bots as a citizen developer or existing RPA developer.  


What it is: The assistant is where you’ll deploy automations that you build in Studio. The new UI makes it easy to interact and schedule bots through the desktop app.  

How much does it cost: Free for all users. 

Who needs it: For individuals and teams who need to manage attended and unattended automations remotely from their desktops.


What it is: Ninja is a migration utility tool for enterprises. It converts automation commands from legacy RPA tools into OpenBots, reducing migration times up to 80%.  

How much does it cost: Custom pricing is based on the complexity and number of automations migrating to OpenBots.  

Who needs it: Enterprises with an existing RPA program looking to adopting a multi-vendor strategy to reduce licensing fees. Typical Ninja users have 100 to 500 automations.  


What it is: Documents is an intelligent document processing tool used for processing structured and unstructured data. It works in tandem with bot automations and is a powerful way to input and extract high-volume data into systems. 

There are three plans available: Basic, Standard, and Enterprise. 

How much does it cost: Basic is $29 a month plus $0.30 per page. Standard is $299 a month plus $0.20 per page. Enterprise pricing is customized based on volume. Reach out for more details. 

Who needs it: Organizations that process massive amounts of data like medical facilities, financial firms, retailers, and insurance companies.   


What it is: OpenBots offers three support plans to ensure processes are built correctly and meet your organization’s needs. They are: Basic, Priority, and Enterprise.  

How much does it cost: Basic includes one ticket a month with a four-day response and is $499 a month. Priority includes five tickets a month with a two-day response time and is $1,999 a month. Enterprise support is a customized plan. Reach out for more details.  

Who needs it: The level of support you need depends on where you our on your automation journey. Companies automating large scale projects will need enterprise level support to ensure they are getting the most ROI from their bots.  


What is it: Academy is our free resource for RPA training with tutorials and courses to become certified on OpenBots. It includes educational content for new RPA users and experienced RPA developers. 

Instructor-led training from our RPA experts is available for citizen developers, business analysts, and developers. 

How much does it cost: Academy is free. Developer training is $2,500 per person. Business Analysts training is $2,500 per person. Citizen Developer Jumpstart comes in two forms: Solo is $999 per person, and Team is $6,500 for a group.   

Who needs it: Those who want to fine-tune their skills can get pretty far with the free resources available on the OpenBots academy. If you’re looking for expert guidance, the one-on-one trainings are well worth the investment. 

Scaling Robotic Process Automation  

When you start automating a process, it’s easy to get a quick win with low-hanging fruit—the ROI is high. Going past initial pilot automations is when the cost and the benefits of robotic process automation break down.  

Working with the OpenBots Platform will help you leave more money on the table to reinvest in processes that will digitally transform your business. 

Zero-bot licensing allows you to scale your bots past the low-hanging fruit and develop complex workflows that will be your edge in the market.  

Contact our team if you need assistance deciding which tools you need and the cost to get them up and running on our friction-free platform. 

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Jason Dzamba

About Jason Dzamba

Director of Media Relations, Productivity Strategist, and Host of Inside the Bot Podcast, Jason uses a process-driven to help leaders optimize their actions and achieve their most important goals. His creative outlet is painting abstract art and producing music. He lives in Miami, Florida, with his three kids.

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