How To Select The Correct License

Our flexible licensing system helps you purchase a license that covers everybody in your office, department or company who will be using the software. You will save money, and be in compliance with licensing policies.
Single User License:
The flexibility starts with the single user license. If you want to install and run the software on a single computer only, a single-user license is all you need, regardless of how many people use that one computer.
Example: You will install the software on one computer in your office. Any number of people will use the software on that one computer. Since only one person can use the software at any one time, you can use the single-user license.
If you are the only person using the software, a single user license allows you to install the software on all computers that only you will use.
Example: You use a computer in your office, a computer at home, and a laptop in the field. Since you are the only person using the software at any one time, you can use the single-user license.
Multi-User License - People or Computers, Whichever Is Less:
Simply count the number of computers (and/or workstations if on a network) the software could be run on. Then count the number of people that will be using the software. The license size you need is the lesser of these two numbers.
Example: If five people in an office who will use the software each have a desktop computer and a laptop computer (10 computers total), a five-user license allows those five people to use our software on their ten computers. Since there are only five people, only five instances of the software could be in use at any one time.
Example: If ten people who will use the software share a networked system with twenty workstations on the network, (10 people, 20 workstations) there could at most be ten instances of the software in use at any one time. In this case a ten-user license is sufficient.
You save money since you're not paying for licenses that won't be used, as you would with a typical per-CPU or per-seat licensing model. Still, every licensed user can use the software whenever they need it and stay productive.
Expand Your License:
If you purchase any software license (single-user or multi-user), you can easily expand it to more users as your organization grows. The new license will be priced at the difference between the price of your original license and the price of the new larger license.