I am not involved in those efforts, but I believe our executives have already approved the program, and our sales operations team is working on rolling it out, so hopefully very soon we'll be able to handle these situations.
Where are you located? I can try to find the right person and have them contact you.
I understood via emails from Aerohive that I can now "re-register" second user access points - and the cost (in the UK) would be around £50 per access point. I thought that was quite a lot - something nearer to £25 and I might have been tempted.
I bought a number of AP330 (now less than 2 years of life if re-registered) for £10 each...set one up as a hive manager (using CLI command "hiveui enable" with version 5 firmware...couldn't get version 6 to start the hive manager... ) and added a few AP120 units (also paid £10 for those too!).
OK, this doesn't have a flashy cloud/web interface - or do any layer 7 application filtering - but that is done by our internet filter anyhow and it seems quite sensible to monitor all activity in one place.
We have lots of buildings/rooms and to cover everything with new access points and annual licences seemed horribly expensive - with some access points just used by odd users for very limited times in the week.
Planning to buy some new "ac" kit for key area/buildings - which we will splash out on cloud management, but can't see us bringing the AP330/120 units under the same umbrella.