Power BI Licensing Costs

Jason Thomas has put together a great Power BI report:

I thought it might be useful for some enterprise customers to see what the total cost is going to be for 3 years, and decided to share it here. You can use this guide to see some of the additional information like:-

  1. Forecast the growth in % for Pro, Frequent and Occasional users
  2. Get the total cost for 3 years based on the growth
  3. See the per user cost for each year
  4. Also, see the estimated utilization of the last Premium node, which will give you a good idea on whether you are close to upgrading or not

This is rather useful for long-term planning.

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