It’s time to adjust Voyager’s price.
I just posted a news article that explains what, why, and when – but the short version is, we agree with many of you who have told us that Voyager is too cheap.
Voyager is simply priced too low for what it delivers. We have been told by very experienced imagers as well as people who sell to them that we are missing a lot of the market. Even though Voyager is just as good as programs costing four or five times as much, people are not even considering it because of its low price.
We want to give people who are currently evaluating, or considering evaluating Voyager plenty of time to finish their trial and buy a license at the current price, so the price increase is not going into effect until August 1, over six weeks from now.
The new pricing, effective August 1, 2019, is as follows:
Voyager Base: 129 Euros (includes first 12 months of support and updates)
Voyager’s optional support and update renewal fee remains unchanged at 29 Euros.
Voyager Advanced and Viking prices remain unchanged.
This increase is less than what people have recommended. And if you are an existing customer, you know the kind of value you get from Voyager’s reliable automated imaging - and the constant flow of new features - 28 major and daily build releases so far this year!
If you’re already a customer, thanks for your loyalty and please spread the word to your friends who might be planning to evaluate Voyager.
If you’re considering Voyager, now is a good time to buy a license and save a bit.
If it’s past August 1 when you read this, please know that Voyager is still a value leader in astro imaging software.
Leo and Rowland