As a case in point, check out this posting called Does anyone know how to price e-learning?
Here is another story on the price of e-learning called The Cost of E-Learning
When it comes to LMS pricing, the answers are even less forthcoming.
Enter a vendor who is laying the pricing issue right on the table. A company called Intellum provides a wonderful pricing matrix on their site. And the matrix is visual so instead of having to wonder what a "medium level of interactivity" actually means. You can click on sample screen shots and see what you can get for $10,000 or $20,000 or even up to $40,000. The concept of open samples and pricing is wonderful for clients.
They do the same for their LMS pricing structure.
Love the concept. Check out the site and the software, you'll have a really good idea of what you are purchasing and what you can get for your dollar...such a novel approach to custom course development and LMS pricing...amazing.
UPDATE: Here is a link from OnPoint Digital to their advertised pricing structure. They've been letting customers use an interactive Excel-based model right off their main web sites to allow customers and prospects to quickly determine the 1 to 3 year price for any solution we offer for many years. Check out a link to their pricing.
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