Incident IQ Pricing Basics
Incident IQ is priced on a district’s total student enrollment.
Our annual subscription license model gives smaller districts accessibility to Incident IQ’s powerful technology
support platform, while allowing larger districts the benefits of economies of scale.
We don’t price based on number of agent seats
Districts can provide access to as many technicians, support agents, or administrators as needed — at no additional cost. Often there are staff members who could benefit from having visibility over specific help tickets and assets, but might have an indirect role in managing these responsibilities. By avoiding per-seat pricing, Incident IQ gives you the ability to tailor your technology support to fit your district’s unique structure.
We don’t price based on number of assets
Asset-based pricing models encourage underreporting of the number of assets in a district. Districts often sacrifice data fidelity in order to reduce the number of assets they’re paying to manage. By eliminating arbitrary asset limits, districts can provide more robust technology support for teachers, students, and staff alike.
Incident IQ is modular — pay for what you need
The Incident IQ platform offers a number of products and tools to expand your district’s technology support capabilities. Not all districts are alike, so we tailor our product offering to suit individual district needs.
So what’s the bottom line?
Incident IQ subscriptions are based on student enrollment, as well as a district’s product needs. We offer discounts for bundling, as well as multi-year engagements. Because our platform is built for districts of all sizes and customized for each district’s needs, we prefer having a discussion to better understand your technology support requirements.
Contact us and we can discuss how the asset management and support capabilities of Incident IQ can work for your K-12 district.