Plans for our premium service

Running an open source project ist time consuming and not free of charge. We love this project, so we want to invest as much time as possible. To finance this, we want to offer premium services around the Experience Platform.
Currently we are still in the idea generation phase. Our top three favourites are

  • Premium support
  • Hosting
  • Premium Extensions

Premium support

Our favorit to finance the project. We will offer prioritized support in a separate ticket system. While community support will be offered free to all via a forum, these tickets will be prioritized.

Hosting

Operating the Experience Platform is somewhat more complex than operating WordPress. We would like to host the Experience Platform for those who do not want to operate it themselves.

Premium Extension

Last but not least the sale of premium extensions is also a possibility to finance the project. The model can be found in many WordPress extensions.


First we start with Premium support. This is relatively easy to implement and probably helps many who need help with the installation.
You will find more information on Plans & Prices

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