In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at the pricing of different proposal software providers.

It’s clear that with some providers you’ll get more bang for the buck. And even when you’re paying more, the value you’ll get outweighs the extra cost compared to the lower-priced competitor.

However, as different users have different needs, it’s difficult to really tell what is valuable and worth the extra cost for the user. So I would recommend to check out the highlighted link in the first paragraph to review the proposal apps and their features.

Here, I am only going to bring out the starting price points for different proposal apps.

  • Proposify – Proposify starts at $19 per user per month, and this price tier has up to three users per account.
  • BetterProposals – Similarly to Proposify, BetterProposals starts at $19 per month per user. Enterprise version is at $49 per user per month.
  • Qwilr – Qwilr has taken a bit different approach. The monthly plan starts at $75 and it includes three users ($25 per user). However, if you are a solopreneur, then you’ll need to pay the $75 regardless that you’re the only one using the app.
  • PandaDoc – PandaDoc has a free version which enables you to sign documents, but you can’t access templates and send proposals. The “essentials” plan starts at $19 per month per user.
  • Nusii – Nusii starts at $29 per month and it enables you to have 5 active proposals. It seems super expensive.
  • SendQu – SendQu will cost around $14 per month – fixed price with access to all features. We’re planning to be live around mid-December 2020.
  • Venngage – Venngage has a free plan for students to create infographics, but business features are unlocked for $49 per month.
  • Zomentum – Zomentum doesn’t have a public pricing data at the moment, but as I’ve reached out to them, the monthly plan should be at $99.
  • Bidsketch – Bidsketch starts at $29 per month for solo users.
  • Proposable – It seems everybody is checking what everyone else is doing as Proposable starts at $19 per month per user as well. They as well have a limit of 5 proposals per month at this price point.


It seems that most of the proposal software providers operate at a very similar price point. It kind of make sense, as the benefits are similar as well. And without a clear focus on a concrete market, it’s probably hard to sell the product at a higher price point.