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Early stage insights automation, undertaking a project, proof-of-concept or pilot
Each Openbridge plan is priced according to the type and quantity of data pipelines. What is a data pipeline? A data pipeline reflects a connector from a specific data source to a target data destination.
Our pricing example will use a customer called "My Lifestyle." This customer uses Instagram for marketing, Google for paid search, Facebook for advertising, and Amazon for global e-commerce.
How many data pipelines will My Lifestyle need? They have five data sources;
- Instagram Business
- Amazon Seller Central MWS
- Amazon Ads
- Google Ads
- Facebook Marketing
Each data source will require a data pipeline for each unique account, user, and profile. For example, Instagram Business needs two pipelines, one for "@mylifestylestore" and another for "@mylifestylebranding" accounts. These are two distinct Instagram accounts each needing to have a data pipeline to a target destination.
My Lifestyle has six Amazon Seller Central stores. Each reflects a unique "mylifestylestore" store in six different countries (US, CA, MX, UK, DE, ES). This would be six Amazon MWS Advanced Reporting API Connector data pipelines, one for each marketplace.
So which Openbridge plan would our My Lifestyle customer need? In total, there are fourteen pipelines across five data sources. There is a mix of Standard and Premium connectors.
My Lifestyle would need the PRO plan based on the type and quantity of connectors.
The cost for My Lifestyle to unify their data is less than USD $1 per day, per pipeline. If My Lifestyle activated 30 pipelines under the Pro plan, the cost drops to USD $.45 per day, per pipeline.
Amazon Seller Central
- 1.mylifestylestore US
- 2.mylifestylestore CA
- 3.mylifestylestore MX
- 4.mylifestylestore UK
- 5.mylifestylestore DE
- 6.mylifestylestore ES
You want to start small. All you need is basic order data for three Amazon Seller Central accounts in US, CA, and MX.
This requires 3 MWS Basic Reporting data pipelines.
You are in the early phases of building unified reporting. You need basic order data for three Amazon Seller Central accounts in US, CA, and MX. You also need to collect data from 2 Amazon Advertising and 2 Facebook Ads accounts.
You are an agency looking to drive automation and scale. You manage 20 global Amazon Seller Central accounts for your clients. You need complete operational data for each account, including returns, fulfillmnet, orders, FBA and many others. You also need Amazon Advertising data for 20 accounts and 5 Facebook Advertising accounts.
How does pricing work?
- — A Starter Plan supports basic data pipeline needs, undertaking a proof-of-concept or pilot
- — An Explorer Plan supports emerging custom insights & BI efforts for a data-driven organization
- — The Pro Plan supports growing data and analytics teams building out robust insights services
- — Our Team Plan is for data-driven teams scaling sophisticated analytics and insights
- Enterprise — An enterprise plan is customized for businesses that generate large amounts of data, require more sophisticated data integrations, need invoiced billing and require a professional services agreement. If you need an enterprise plan, please contact us to discuss terms.
What is a data pipeline?
Another example is Amazon Advertising. If you have ten Amazon Advertising profiles that you want to deliver to AWS Redshift, this would equal ten data pipelines, one for each Amazon Advertising profile ID.
What is the difference between Standard, Premium, or Enterprise connectors?
Another tier of integration is a Premium connectors. Premium connectors are more complex, advanced, and require additional development resources. "Premium" connectors are only available within Professional (Pro) and Team plans.
"Enterprise" or third-party integrations are only available to those users with Enterprise plans. Pricing for third-party integrations in the Openbridge Marketplace varies according to each vendor's procedures and policies.
What is a data destination?
Openbridge allows you to connect multiple destinations based on your plan. Once a warehouse or data lake is registered within Openbridge, it will count as a destination. For example, an "Explorer" plan allows you to have five destinations. These can be five Google BigQuery destinations or a mix-and-match of BigQuery plus AWS Redshift, Azure Data Lake Storage and AWS Athena. Ultimately, the choice is yours. It is your data!
What is the difference between standard or premium destinations?
- Standard — Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, Azure Data Lake, Amazon Athena, Amazon Redshift Spectrum
- Premium — Snowflake
How do payments work?
In the event you want to upgrade to a different plan, Openbridge will prorate the remainder of the current plan with the charges of the new plan. The difference between the current cost and the prorated amount will be identified on the Order form.
Unless detailed otherwise, all fees are noncancelable and nonrefundable.
When will I be charged?
Before the end of the 14-day trial, you must switch to a paid plan to continue service. If you do not proceed with a paid plan, any integrations you set up will be paused. The data we collect and delivered will remain in your data lake or warehouse.
Enterprise customers get invoiced according to their agreed-upon billing schedule in an Enterprise Agreement.