Pricing, Listing and Updating SaaS Software
Pricing SaaS Products
As a SaaS provider, you are the account holder for AWS usage and you are responsible for billing your customers. When you list a SaaS product in AWS Marketplace, we ask that you describe your pricing model in an open-text field. It’s best to include a description about the way that pricing is determined--by usage, users, or other criteria. Include a price range or a price starting point, for example: “Pricing starts at $99/month.” The pricing data should contain less than 20 characters.
Listing SaaS Products
To list a SaaS or Referral product in AWS Marketplace, you will need to provide:
- Browse categories and up to five search keywords
- Product description, highlights, pricing plan, and support information
- The URL to which you’d like us to direct users from your AWS Marketplace Details page
Updating SaaS Products
Once your product is listed on AWS Marketplace, you are responsible for keeping the pricing and product information up-to-date on AWS Marketplace. To make changes to product information or price, submit the updated information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SaaS application and hosted offerings hosted on AWS
AWS Marketplace will charge software sellers listing SaaS products for each referral, although we will waive these charges for the 12 months following the AWS Marketplace launch. After 12 months, the AWS Marketplace will begin charging referral fees. These rates will be set for each software category and will be consistent and competitive with existing market rates for similar means of customer gathering (e.g. paid search results).