Salesforce reveals the price of Einstein Analytics

Business technology major Salesforce has revealed the price of Salesforce Einstein Analytics for its CRM customers.

The starting price of Sales Analytics and Service Analytics is $75 per user, per month.

The B2B Marketing Analytics is available for $300 per month, for up to five users.

Einstein Discovery is priced at $75 per user, per month.

Custom Einstein Analytics Apps are available for a starting price of $150 per user, per month.

The CRM company said Einstein Analytics comes with a layer of artificial intelligence to the analytics workflow, offering insights and recommending actions to accelerate sales, improve customer service and optimize marketing campaigns.

Customer feedback

“We have invested in Einstein Analytics to provide each of our 250,000+ Independent Consultants with the same artificial intelligence power previously reserved for corporations,” said Guy Thier, CIO, Arbonne.

“This will help our Independent Consultants share Arbonne’s Pure, Safe, Beneficial skincare, cosmetics and nutrition products through a personalized experience unique to each customer’s preferences,” Guy Thier

The number of citizen data scientists will grow five times faster than the number of highly skilled data scientists through 2017.

“This growth will be enabled by smart data discovery, which has the potential to extend existing modern BI platforms by putting insights from advanced analytics into the hands of business analysts,” said Rita Sallam and Cindi Howson, research vice presidents at Gartner in the July 2016 Hype Cycle for Business Intelligence and Analytics, 2016.

Robert Half has made an investment in Einstein Analytics to augment artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science capabilities.

“We’re excited to see the power of staffing professionals in more than 300 locations in 18 countries using intelligent recommendations and data-driven actionable insights integrated into our Salesforce platform to transform how we engage and service our clients,” said James Johnson, vice president of Information Technology at Robert Half International.

First Interstate Bank is using Einstein Analytics to get analytics into the hands of line of business users to help them make decisions based on data.

“We want every employee to ask more questions and get intelligent recommendations on how we can drive business,” said Josh Botnen, director of Data Management & Analytics, First Interstate Bank.

The efficiencies driven by AI in the way companies sell, service and market to their customers will augment human ability and create more than 800,000 net-new jobs as well as more than $1.1 trillion in new GDP impact worldwide by 2021, according to IDC.

Salesforce customers will account for $293 billion of this revenue and more than 155,000 of the net-new jobs.