SLASCONE is a software licensing management and analytics solution that gives vendors the flexibility to offer all kinds of business models such as subscriptions, pay per use, trials or lifetime licenses in real-time and with minimal engineering effort, while monitoring and analyzing the usage of their solutions with advanced analytical dashboards.
SLASCONE can be used by:
- both established software vendors and challengers (startups).
- IoT/device manufacturers whose devices run any kind of software/firmware.
Most engineering departments do not have the time (or the expertise) to implement sophisticated licensing solutions. Therefore, in-house solutions tend to be inflexible, preventing product managers from introducing new or changing existing business models. SLASCONE gives product managers the necessary tools in order to find the most profitable business model, and lets engineers concentrate on your solution’s core functionality.
Product Owners are able to get real time insights about their product’s real usage, avoiding cumbersome user surveys, in order to take factual and in time product development decisions.
Costly and irritating on-site license audits become obsolete.
SLASCONE offers both user and device licensing capabilities for B2B and B2C scenarios. Therefore, both client and server applications can be licensed, while for example controlling the number of devices on which the application can be installed.
- Examples B2B Enterprise License (10 seats/users) for a developer tool. 10 employees register with their email address in order to use the product. Device limitations can (but do not have to) be defined. A user administrator can remove and re-assign seats to other users on his own.
- Examples B2C User License for a language learning tool. The end-user receives a named license. The tool can be installed/activated on maximum 3 devices. The end-user can activate/deactivate licenses on his own.
Licensees (administrators) are able to assign or reassign licenses to named users or devices without having to contact the software vendor. Moreover, they can meter and control their license usage in order to prevent over- or under- usage.