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How will Matterport competitors respond to new Matterport Pricing?9298

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Hi All,

If you have been researching Matterport versus other platforms, how does the new Matterport pricing affect your decision to either go with Matterport or another platform?

And, do you think that the Matterport competitor(s) – that you are researching – will need to change their pricing?

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Matterport is Ferrari, GEOcv is a Lamborghini and all the others are Minivans. Others dont compare because they are not as exciting around the race track.....

Matterport only has one competitor and they priced themselves higher than Matterport (you have to pay per camera)
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My guess is Matterport will own GEOcv soon so waiting to make any move may be the smart call.
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Originally Posted by @hometakes
Matterport is Ferrari, GEOcv is a Lamborghini and all the others are Minivans. Others dont compare because they are not as exciting around the race track.....


Excellent analogy.

(What kind of car do you drive?)

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Originally Posted by rzphotoman
My guess is Matterport will own GEOcv soon so waiting to make any move may be the smart call.


Please see this related WGAN Forum discussion:

10 Reasons Matterport will acquire GeoCV

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I drive my Ferrari to the job...in my mini van.
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@rzphotoma I think you may be correct. I think this too because of GEOcv's pricing when they released it. If they were in talks, you wouldn't want to upset Matterport by releasing lower pricing as the perception would be that Matterport is charging to much. So GEOcv actually made their pricing higher. Thats what I would do if I were hoping to be bought out as I wouldn't want to rattle their cage.
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I drive a French Ferrari...... An RCZ..... They're not available in the USA.
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@rzphotoma I think you may be correct. I think this too because of GEOcv's pricing when they released it. If they were in talks, you wouldn't want to upset Matterport by releasing lower pricing as the perception would be that Matterport is charging to much. So GEOcv actually made their pricing higher. Thats what I would do if I were hoping to be bought out as I wouldn't want to rattle their cage.


Interesting analysis.

Do you think that Matterport told GeoCV - before GeoCV launched nationally in late January 2019 – what its pricing strategy would be effective today (9 May 2019)?

That's at least four (4) months advance notice. I would be surprised if a 'secret' could be kept more than a day or two.

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Im sure Anton would be the only one to know that so unless he wanted to squeal on himself thats not a hard one to keep. Thats about the only thing that makes sense to me regarding GEOcv's announced pricing.

GEOcv could easily have smashed Matterports pricing to pieces by offering the same monthly pricing of $149 but included unlimited models and host your own (not floor plans, they should always remain extra as some man power is needed for them). Pretty much everyone would jump ship over to GEOcv.

Maybe he was going to do that when Matterport said, look, hold off on doing that as we plan on buying you out so we want to keep the prices high. Matter of fact, we are planning on raising our prices so why don't you announce your higher price when you roll out and shortly after we will raise ours. That way, people will perceive the same value......

Of course, this is just a best guess and nothing more from me..........
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@hometakes

I can not imagine Matterport or GeoCV doing something unethical and illegal.

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Illegal, how's that?
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According to german and I assume also other european country laws, not providing localized legals (only marketing is translated) on the Matterport website is already somehow illegal. Berlin court has punched WhatsApp in 2016 for this:

A German Court found that the general terms and conditions as well as the data privacy declaration of WhatsApp are without a German translation not transparent and therefore invalid under German law.

http://www.elexica.com/en/legal-topics/commercial/whatsapp-has-to-translate-its-general-terms-and-conditions-into-german
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