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What are the different pricing options available depending on the format and delivery method?

The platform offers specific pricing and access control modes depending on the format and delivery mode of the data.

Data distributed as a file:

  • One time delivery: Price for the entire offer and/or price per unit file included in the offer for a split acquisition (discounted or not).

  • Recurring file delivery: Price for a subscription duration (several durations configurable with a specific price for each, discounted or not).

Data distributed by API Pull:

  • Pricing per volume: The data provider defines packs of requests to which a price is associated (for example: 1000 requests for 1000€, 10 000 requests for 9000€, etc.). The purchaser consumes 1 request per query to the API.

  • Pricing for a duration: The data provider defines one or more subscription periods for its API. During the subscribed period, the purchaser can make as many requests as he wants

  • Pricing per quota: The data provider defines a price per service level, usable over a subscription period. For example: For a 6-month subscription, the purchaser pays €6,000 for the right to make up to 100 requests per hour.

  • Pricing per unit: In the case of data calculated by a processing service, such as a recommendation algorithm, an image analysis service or even a transcription service, this requires appropriate pricing. In order to value the number of tips provided or to cover the variable costs incurred in processing the request, the provider chooses the unit on which to base its pricing (number of tips, processing time, volume of data, etc.) and associates a unit price. The data acquirer pays a package of units, from which are then debited for each credit consumed by his use of the services to which he subscribes.


Data distributed by API Push:

  • Price for a period of access to the data stream: The data provider defines one or more subscription periods for its API.

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