Pricing information on Blaise for Windows software
Blaise licensing is usage-based, meaning that licence terms and fees are based on the type and amount of use to which the system is put by the licensee rather than only by the particular portions of the Blaise Software delivered to the user. The usage can be limited to the Basic System of software, but can also be expanded by adding the Blaise Component Pack (BCP) to the licence and/or Blaise Services such as Blaise Internet Services (BlaiseIS) for conducting web surveys.
Blaise licences are offered under two plans. The corporate licence plan is designed for organisations with ongoing CAI work, usually with high usage patterns (more than 100 application users). The regular licence plan is designed for a wide variety of other circumstances.
A licence grants the customer the right to use the software for a certain period. The right to use the software expires if the licence is not renewed.
Evaluation licences are offered for limited use and limited term testing purposes to enable organisations to explore the capabilities of Blaise.
Final prices are determined in price quotes. On the website1) of Westat USA, the distributor of the Blaise software on the American continent, one can find actual price and ordering information for that region. For other continents the software is distributed by Statistics Netherlands. Visit the website of Statistics Netherlands2) for relevant price information and licencing terms outside the American continent. Please contact [Statistics Netherlands3)/Blaise Services at Westat4)] for a price quote that is customised to your needs and circumstances.