Demystifying Odoo Pricing for Australian Customers.

This article aims to demystify Odoo's pricing plans for Australian customers and help you make an informed decision...
29 January 2024 by
Jeri Wambeek
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Navigating the world of Odoo pricing can be daunting. With a plethora of options to choose from, how do you know which one is right for your business?  

This article aims to demystify Odoo's pricing plans for Australian customers and help you make an informed decision.

Please note all prices in this article are in AUD - Australian dollars and is accurate as of 31 October 2023.   

Standard, Custom, or Free?

Odoo offers three distinct options: the 'One App Free' option, the 'Standard' version, and the 'Custom' version

The 'One App Free' option allows unlimited users on one app in the Odoo online cloud version. It's ideal for businesses seeking to explore Odoo's offerings without committing financially.

The 'Standard' version gives you access to all the apps Odoo provides but without any integrations or customisation options. This version is great for businesses starting out and those using Odoo for a specific task, like CRM or Helpdesk.

Lastly, the 'Custom' version is for businesses that need more flexibility and control. This version allows for customisations, integrations, and access to the external API. For instance, if you want to feed data from a Shopify website into Odoo or connect Odoo to Xero, you would need the Custom plan.

Pricing Options

Odoo's pricing is listed per month, but there's a catch. The lower price displayed is applicable only when you pay upfront yearly. If you prefer to pay monthly, you will have to shell out a bit more.  

Let's focus on the Custom plan, the most frequently sold option. Here, the cost is $52 per user per month for the first year, which essentially equates to a discount of two months free. Moving forward, the cost rises to $65 per user per month when paid annually. If you choose to pay monthly, the cost increases to $81 per user per month.

For quick calculations when comparing Odoo's ongoing costs to your current software costs, factor in $780 per user per year and then add the equivalent hosting where required. See Additional Costs section below for Custom Plans.

What Does the Custom Plan Include?

The Custom plan covers all apps like Odoo accounting, CRM, Sales, and Manufacturing, Marketing Automation, HR, Field Services, Project management and more, plus you can use the Odoo App Store to purchase additional features and integrations with other software via the External API. This version also allows you to customise your Odoo database specifically for your business.  

Additional Costs

If you opt for the Custom plan, you need to understand one more cost - hosting. You can host on Odoo Online or on (stands for Odoo Self-Hosting) or on-premise if you have your own servers. hosting costs are a similar concept to paying for hosting for a large WordPress website. The cost is determined by the storage space on the servers where your data is stored. Check out This Video for more details on how to calculate your expected Odoo hosting costs.

Final Thoughts ​

Understanding Odoo's pricing options is crucial to choosing the right plan for your business and determining how much money it’s going to save your business each month or year. 

So, take the time to evaluate your needs and make an informed decision. If you have any questions at all about Odoo pricing or Odoo in general, Book in a Call with our friendly team for a quick chat and we’d be happy to help.

The information and tips shared on this blog are meant to be used as learning and personal development tools as you launch, run and grow your business. While a good place to start, these articles should not take the place of personalized advice from professionals. As our lawyers would say: “All content on WAO’s blog is intended for informational purposes only. It should not be considered legal or financial advice.” Additionally, Wave is the legal copyright holder of all materials on the blog, and others cannot re-use or publish it without our written consent.

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