Company News
Jan 13, 2022

Pricing Updates

Apteo is moving to a tiered pricing plan. Pay for only the number of customers that you want to analyze.

Shanif Dhanani

At Apteo, we believe that intelligently using data can lead to better business decisions, higher sales, and faster growth. In the past year, we’ve focused on applying this philosophy to the world of ecommerce marketing. Today, we're announcing that all of our current plans will move to an updated pricing structure on January 24, 2022.

What's changing?

  • If you're an existing paying customer, nothing will change for you. You'll be grandfathered in to your current payment plan and can use the product just like you have been. We truly appreciate you and are very thankful for your business!
  • For example, if you select our lowest paid plan, your most recent 5,000 customers will be included in your segments, your analytics will be based on those customers, and we'll store top product recommendations for those customer profiles in Klaviyo
  • You can select the plan tier that works best for your store. Our free plan will process your most recent 500 customer profiles. Details on our new plans are available on our pricing page.

We're offering a 50% discount to anyone that upgrades to a paid plan before January 24th. Afterwards, all new upgrades will be locked in at our new prices.

We're continuing to update the product with new features like more integrations (Facebook, Attentive, Google, TikTok), more optimizations (optimal discount codes per customer), better analytics (browser conversion rates, best days and times to send emails), and more. All plans will include all new features.

Thank you very much for your support. We're grateful for the ability to help you grow your business. If you have any questions, please feel free to reply to this email or schedule time to chat more.

About the author
Shanif Dhanani
Co-Founder and CEO, Apteo

Shanif Dhanani is the co-founder & CEO of Apteo. Prior to Apteo, Shanif was a data scientist and software engineer at Twitter, and prior to that he was the lead engineer and head of analytics at TapCommerce, a NYC-based ad tech startup acquired by Twitter. He has a passion for all things data and analytics, loves adventure traveling, and generally loves living in New York City.