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Unlimited users & clients

Volume-based pricing. Add as many users or clients as you need, with no extra cost. With Datamolino, you pay only for the number of documents that you process.

Do you need line items?

  • 150 documents/month
    Freelance bookkeepers 0 /month + 0 per additional document
  • 500 documents/month
    Small bookkeeping firms 0 /month + 0 per additional document
  • 1000 documents/month
    Seasoned cloud professionals 0 /month + 0 per additional document
  • Partner program

    More than 30 clients?

    Special requirements?

    Schedule a call with us for a user plan tailored to your needs!

All plans include

5-star email, chat & phone support

  • Unlimited users
  • Unlimited folders
  • Precise data extraction
  • Intelligent invoice coding
  • Sync with your preferred cloud accounting
  • 7 days free trial

Frequent questions

  • What happens when I go over the limit of my user plan?
    Going over the limit is the way you should use Datamolino. In this way, you are charged for the exact amount of transactions that you need to process. Choose a plan that covers your monthly minimum of transactions. When you go over the limit of your user plan, we will charge you a small fee for each document processed that is over limit.
  • Can I change my plan at a later time?
    Yes! You can upgrade or reduce your plan at any time. Datamolino is a post-paid service. If you upgrade, the change will go into effect immediately, if you downgrade, the change will go into effect at the end of your billing cycle.
  • What is a Folder?
    You can organise your documents in Folders. Most users prefer to have a Folder for each company they manage. You can also create a Folder for each department of your company, or have one business and one personal Folder.
  • What types of payment do you accept?
    Credit and debit cards (MasterCard, Visa) via our secure credit card form at the end of your trial.