Cliq is priced competitively when compared to some of its rivals. Like most team messaging tools, it offers a free tier with a limited list of features. These include 100GB file storage, 10 active third-party integrations, SAML-based single sign-on and two-factor authentication.
The paid tier costs from $1 to $3 per user each month, depending on the size of the deployment. It provides additions such as unlimited search history and integrations. Slack’s paid plans, by comparison, start at $6.67 per user per month.
“With a large user base for Zoho products and a pricing model that makes it easy to try, Cliq could quickly gain traction in the Zoho ecosystem to start with,” says Leary.
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