June 29, 2009Doug Hadden
FreeBalance provides comprehensive and flexible licensing methods for the FreeBalance Accountability Suite to better serve customer needs. Government customers have reported that licensing methods used for the private sector do not align well with value received in the public sector. The licensing options include:
- Named Operational Users: Licensing the number of users that use the financial system on a regular and full time basis. This option is ideal for critical users.
- Concurrent Users: Licensing based on the total number of users accessing a module or modules at any point in time. This option is ideal when there are large numbers of infrequent users.
- Occasional Users: Licensing based on users who infrequently use the software. This option is an alternative to concurrent users when there is significant activity by infrequent users during fiscal periods.
- Component and Modules: Licensing can be granular to components within modules.
- Combination: Any combination of named, concurrent and occasional users across modules and components.
- Upgrades: Rapid addition of needed new licenses supported through license key.
- Site and Enterprise Licenses: Unlimited number of users by site or across the government.
- Cloud Computing: Per month costs based on named, concurrent and occasional users on a hosted system.
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