The standard Miro enterprise plan typically bills annually for a pre-set number of licenses. When those licenses are used, additional licenses must be purchased (typically through an order form).
To make license management easier, the Flexible Licensing Program (FLP) allows companies of all sizes to scale their Miro usage without any upfront penalties, fees, or contract changes.
How it works
Managing your FLP subscription happens in cycles (typically every 90 days). During the 90 day period, every user invited is essentially free — sort of like a trial. They can take some time to see if Miro is right for them.
At the end of the 90 day period, customers will have a data-driven discussion with their Miro account team to decide how many of the new users need a full license going forward. The contract will be amended with the additional licenses with zero retroactive fees. The rest of the users can be removed completely or limited to view/comment access — which costs nothing.
Contact our team today to learn if FLP is the best option for you.