Something similar from GE Fanuc is $40,000. AB sells RS Metrics which is similar.
This is something that the contractor who normally works on our plcs ran across and sent to me. No idea how powerful ect it is but man they make it look easy to pull some data. No idea how expensive it is either, seeing as it's made to work with Allen Bradley I'm sure they are proud of it.
The big key with these type of products is that you are buying a bunch of prebuilt templates. The configuration you do is mapping the PLC tags to the templates and keying in some information such as how many product lines you have. However what they don’t tell you is that all of these products have s particular plant model. If your plant doesn’t match the model, it doesn’t work. And you will spend a lot of time adding monitoring code to the PLC to get things into the order expected by this software. And if you want to do some kind of analysis not supported by it, it doesn’t work.
If you go this route you need to read over every bit of documentation carefully to fully understand what tags it is looking for and how everything is structured. It is rare that these template packages actually work as advertised and often they don’t work at all. By the time you work around them you may as well have done the work yourself without the templates. For instance I developed my downtime data collection by reading the RS Metrics manual and realizing by time I did what it needed to work I could do my own. And it only worked for production lines making things like automotive. The moment you had a continuous process or couldn’t track product flow it broke down. So I got a reports package and did the test in house.