What if your customer doesn’t want his server in the cloud? No problem, because you can use any combination of RLMCloud-based servers and on-premise servers that you wish.
A drug development company, Lixoft, uses RLM Cloud for annual license renewals.
Today Reprise Software announced a new way for software publishers to license their products. It's called RLM Personal Edition (RLMpe).
We compare licensing options for server-based software including floating licensing and using a licensing manager.
You need an implementation strategy for license management that provides customers with all the licensing system components. These parts enable customers to control their software usage without burdening those customers who don’t. Here is how to build a win-win strategy for end-users and software publishers.
Reprise Software now offers two licensing toolkit editions addressing the software licensing needs of cost-conscious ISVs. This article compares the two editions to help you decide which one suits your needs the best.
Many independent software vendors (ISVs) who sell their products as complete applications also sell them as re-linkable libraries. Licensing the applications is pretty straightforward, but what about the libraries? How do ISVs tackle licensing of libraries?
RLMCloud is an easy-to-use solution for hosting your product licenses on standard RLM license servers in the Cloud. It is a turnkey solution, 100% hosted by Reprise Software, Inc. and administered through your browser.
Independent software companies increasingly rely on innovative software licensing and pricing strategies to create steadier revenue streams. They look for smoother and more predictable revenue growth to make financial planning easier, increase business efficiency, and maximize value to shareholders.
With public key encryption, software vendors can create digitally signed licenses with a private key that can be verified by anyone who has access to the vendor’s public key.