Organizations of all sizes can take advantage of our Flexible Licensing Program (FLP) to easily scale collaboration in Miro risk-free. Every quarter, Miro Enterprise customers can add as many new users as needed, free of charge, to unlock additional Miro usage in the company.
With the guidance of a dedicated Customer Success and Account Manager, customers decide the number of additional licenses needed before the true-up. The contract will be adjusted moving forward, with no retroactive charges, so customers can anticipate Miro usage growth and allocate licenses accordingly.
Contact our team today to learn if FLP is the best option for you.
Available for: Enterprise plan
How it works
Customers on Miro Enterprise plan are typically billed on an annual basis. When companies sign up for an Enterprise subscription, we determine the number of licenses initially needed. We bill accordingly for the year up front.
It’s common for the number of licenses to increase throughout the billing period. To make adding licenses and giving access to the company’s Enterprise subscription as frictionless as possible, we use a quarterly true-up process under the Flexible Licensing Program. The program offers different user roles to give the right level of access to new users (Free, Free Restricted, Full). During the 90 day period, you can add as many users to your account with no upfront charges or commitment to purchase additional Full licenses.
Three weeks prior to the true-up, review your account's activity with your Account Manager to gain insight into usage and adoption patterns. Ultimately, who you pay for is your choice. You get to decide how many Full licenses you may need moving forward. On the true-up date, your contract will be adjusted moving forward with no retroactive charges on the additional licenses already used.
We recommend that every Miro Enterprise customer enrolls into this program scale growth at a predictable, transparent pace.
✏️ Check this article to learn more about license management on FLP subscriptions.