Active Logistics Products

03.04.2017
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Cost alternatives at a glance: software specialist usage model presents the active logistics product active BIC (business management with key performance indicators) also under a pay-per-use licensing model is available since end of 2012. With this new billing system, users can flexibly scale the cost and avoid high initial investments, because only active users and the actually-used functions are computed. After the first months of use the classic license – and consumption-oriented cost of use of price alternatives, active logistics makes now transparent with a consumption model identified in the practice. More products to follow. “Herdecke, 30 may 2013 – our flexible pay-per-use licensing model is an attractive alternative for companies that would not give up high-quality business intelligence tools in times of high fixed costs”, explains active logistics Managing Director Werner Habryka: just because these tools provide visibility into costs.

But many companies want the relatively high initial costs of a classical license model for such Avoid tools. Therefore they have hesitated so far in deploying BI tools.” This, the pay-per-use licensing model is a perfect answer: it ideally adapts itself to companies, which are characterized by particularly volatile job positions. Just when here departments personnel quickly raised or reduced if necessary, must be, they benefit from the variable billing of the cost of ownership. The model has advantages both for small and medium-size enterprises as well as large companies. So there are in large companies often many report recipients, each attempting to enter at the beginning of the month on reports and users who use the instruments of planning during the planning phase of the budget. “A classical license model, the company would have to purchase many licenses otherwise the danger would be that many users out of license’ run”, explains Werner Habryka. However, each user also at peak times on the solution can be accessed with the pay-per-use model.

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