Multi-user Licensing that’s based in the moment.
Going beyond a simple multi-user license, Concurrent Licensing (or floating licenses) is a great way of easing the mechanics of bulk licensing for your customers.
Simply restrict the number of active copies of your Software which are permitted to be used on a License Code at any one time.
For your business customers this is an easy way for them to buy what they need and for you to make sure they only get to use what they have paid for and are entitled to.
You also benefit from drastically lowering licensing support issues through making it far easier for you and your customers to manage their license entitlements.
Concurrent Licensing Models are used by many Nalpeiron customers, savvy businesses are familiar with this way of buying which saves them from paying for many dormant copies of software. It may seem counter-intuitive in potential revenue terms to you as a business but most often it is not, as businesses are reassured by cost effective options, drawing them away from your competition and towards you.
Through our Dynamic Entitlements and in combination with other licensing models, it is easy to control other aspects of your software such as turning features on and off.
Please get in touch for a quick meeting where we can discuss your particular use-case and the approaches you could take.
Get the Software Licensing Models Guide for more information.
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