In terms of pricing, is every application a la carte?

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Billing and user count

In terms of pricing, is every application a la carte? In other words, is it correct to say there is no product suite at a combined pricing level; pricing is the total of a la carte application selections? Please advise if this is correct of if there are billing incentives to package apps together.

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It's "a la carte" as you suggest.

However, it may be worth talking to Atlassian partner companies - many of them do bulk licensing and a little bit of discounting

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