Pricing

Starter
Business
Enterprise
API connections *
1
6
No limit
Sync frequency
Daily
Real-time ***
Real-time ***
Capacity **
1m items
5m items
Premium
US$79/month
US$389/month
POA
Managed database
Multi-factor authentication
API retries
API logging
Multi app connections
Re-sync periods
Onboarding
Priority support
Multiple users
Real-time data ***
Whitelabeling
BYO Data warehouse

* API connections

What on earth is an API connection?! Well, it represents a single account with your cloud service provider. On a technical level, it is the unique "key" or authorization that is required for SyncHub to connect to your cloud service. For example:

  • A business with one Wrike account and two users would need one connection
  • If the business grew to 200 users, it would still only need one connection
  • If the business then took on Xero for their billing, they'd need a second connection from SyncHub
Another example:
  • A cafe running Kounta would need one connection
  • If the cafe expanded to a second location, they would still only need one connection (because Kounta allows multiple sites/account)
  • If the cafe was franchised to six different owners, then each owner would likely have their own Kounta account and thus you would need six connections with SyncHub

If you're not sure how many connections you need - just sign up and find out. That's what free trials are for, after all :)

If you are on our Business plan, you may buy additional connectors for USD$65/mth

** Capacity

We understand that database size is difficult to immediately understand. It depends on a variety of factors like the number of stores you have and the frequency of sales.

So for simplicity, we price based on the number of items that are synced. An item may be a customer, an invoice or an inventory level.

How many items are in your cloud service? Well, that is impossible for either of us to tell at this point. But to give you an example based on existing customers:

  • A franchise operating half a dozen cafes generates just over 3m items in four years
  • A boutique retailer selling just ten items a day would accumulate approximately 3,600 items/year. If they sell 50 different products, each with three variants (colour, size etc), then you're looking at an extra 150 items

We reckon our plans include enough capacity for your average business to report over a few years. If you need more, it's just an additional US$200/mth for each additional 5m records.

*** Real-time sync

We asterisked this because while there is no limit from our end, your cloud service provider may place limitations which we have to adhere to.