Easy ways of dealing with customers who each have multiple users.
Multi-User Licensing is all about making licensing for customers with multiple users easier for you to manage and for the customer themselves to manage too.
Gone are the days when both parties have to manage and track an inventory of license codes which directly relates to the number of users.
You can control entitlements for multiple users on one license. This might be simply by permitting a maximum number of activations on that license code. A more modern way is to use Concurrent Licensing, this permits a maximum number of users to use a software license at the same time. If this limit is for example 20 users, the total amount of users activated on the license code can be much higher (again limited as you want) but only 20 of them will be able to use your software at once.
Other forms of licensing work in conjunction such as using Subscription Based Licensing or Usage Based Licensing as well as Account Based Licensing.
Multi-User Licensing makes light work of seemingly complex multi-user entitlements, making it easier for you to sell and control those entitlements and eliminating management and tracking of lots of licenses for your customers, making their life more simple.
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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