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Neborad
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License portfolio

Guys can someone help with the creating licenses portfolio for the company of 1.000 employees, and what is the optimal scenario?
By the book, there are three scenarios:

1. Providing PRO licence for all, that is the total cost is $10.000 per month but also you cannot allow everyone to have a option to take a admin role in collaboration, to handle with a tenant settings... - that will be out of controlee and expensive
2. Providing Premium Per User licence for all, that is the total cost of $20.000 and total cost will be $20,000, the same security problem as previous scenario plus can you imagine that everyone can take advantage of deployment pipeline, RLS, dataflow, centralized ETL features... that will be disaster 🙂
3. To buy 10 license of PPU and Premium Per Capacity (as admin IT roles) and total monthly cost will be $5.155 ($200+$4955) what is the best solution but also it is a expensive compering with QlikView cost on the same capacity

Maybe I am wrong but if someone have more experianse in PBI implementation for enterprise scenarios please help?

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V-lianl-msft
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Hi ,

 

The third one is more suitable.

From a business users perspective, one of the most common scenarios is when an organization buys a Premium subscription, the admin assigns Pro licenses to a small group of users, and all the other users work with free licenses. Typically, the admin assigns the Pro licenses to the employees who will be creating and sharing content. The Pro users create workspaces  and add content (dashboards, reports, datasets, apps) to those workspaces. To allow free users to collaborate in those workspaces, the admin or Pro user then assigns the workspaces to a Premium capacity.

 

Best Regards,
Liang
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V-lianl-msft
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Community Support

Hi ,

 

The third one is more suitable.

From a business users perspective, one of the most common scenarios is when an organization buys a Premium subscription, the admin assigns Pro licenses to a small group of users, and all the other users work with free licenses. Typically, the admin assigns the Pro licenses to the employees who will be creating and sharing content. The Pro users create workspaces  and add content (dashboards, reports, datasets, apps) to those workspaces. To allow free users to collaborate in those workspaces, the admin or Pro user then assigns the workspaces to a Premium capacity.

 

Best Regards,
Liang
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