Pricing Guide

Pick the plan that works for you

Pricing Guide

Pick the plan that works for you


 ZERO dollars. No excuses!

Looking to get started? Try our Free plan, ideal for side projects and exploring functionality.

# API Calls / Month: 200

# Taxonomies / Month: 1


Starting at $19/month

Are you in a young and growing company? Try our Startup plan, ideal for early stage companies.

Plans up to 15,000 API Calls / Month
and 5 Taxonomies


Starting at $199/month

Have an large, established need? Try our Enterprise plan, ideal for operating large scale processes.

Plans up to 125,000 API Calls / Month
and 50 Taxonomies

Have questions?

What is a Taxonomy?

Taxonomy –  a weird name, right? Simply put, a taxonomy is a way to classify/organize stuff. In Classr, we call that stuff “entities”.  They are incredibly powerful when you need to power website drop downs and organize content. Take it a step further and add “aliases” to your entities (common misspelled versions) and you have a great data cleaning tool.

How do I use Classr to clean data?

Classr provides custom APIs for integraed data cleaning as well as an easy-to-use Google Sheets Add On. Both leverage the entity aliases from your taxonomy.

How do I track my API calls?

Easily. As soon as you login, you’ll see a clear report of the API usage for each of your taxonomies. Classr also notifies you when you are at a high thresh hold of use.

Can I change my plan later?

Absolutely. To modify your plan, simply click on the “Upgrade” button in the navigation, which brings you to a list of all plans. Simply click on the plan you want, whether it’s an upgrade or downgrade.

How do I get access to a Marketplace Taxonomy?

To get access to a marketplace taxonomy, log into Classr and click on “Explore” in the top menu. Also known as “Subscribed Taxonomies”, they are prebuilt taxonomies that you can “rent”.

What if I decide to cancel?

We hate to see you go! But if you do need to cancel your account, just reach out to us and let us know.

Need some additional help?