Domo doesn't advertise flat rates for their services. The price of a specific Domo implementation varies, but there are a few factors that Domo uses to establish a price. Domo bases their price on the complexity of the planned use case and the scale of the planned implementation. While pricing can depend on many other factors, smaller business can expect to pay less than larger ones. Those using Domo for complex jobs will likely need more support, which can drive up the price. Less complicated implementations will cost less. Domo charges per-seat; this means that they charge businesses for each separate set of login credentials. Businesses can pay to add additional login credentials as they grow. Domo charges additional fees for data storage and for increased data refresh speeds. The more data a business intends to store in and funnel through Domo, the more they will have to pay. Domo offers a fully-featured free trial, which lasts for 30 days. They also offer free demos of the software so that businesses can get a feel for the software before they buy.

Domo Review Summary

Most Common Pros and Cons
Summarized from 729 Customer Reviews
  • Users especially like Domo’s customer service.
  • Several users mentioned how simple Domo is to use and is excellent for data flows.
  • Users like how easy it is to share information to other users.
  • A few users want read-only shareable PDFs.
  • Users want more training documentation.