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miles newlyn's picture
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I'm looking for a licence multiplier that is close to industry standard for 20,000 users.

Frode Bo Helland's picture
Joined: 26 Feb 2007 - 1:03pm
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Explain?

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if a single licensed unit cost is ¤100

what would a license for 20,000 users be in line with industry standards?

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Probably so much it would make more sense to create a custom typeface.

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perhaps, but that isn't the point.

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I'm not sure there are industry standards for this calculation. With other software, it's typically called a 'site license' where the corporation buys a license for use by any/all of its employees. But not all software does this. So, sometimes they'd simply charge for the price * 20,000. Sometimes they may give a quantity discount. Sometimes they do a flat fee for the entire company. Sometimes they do a smaller flat fee, then an annual per-user license fee.

Dave Rowland Schizotype Fonts's picture
Joined: 19 May 2009 - 6:33pm
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The MyFonts standard model for this amount of users has a 95% multi-user discount, which means 20000 licenses costs 900 times the amount of a single user license

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thanks Dave, that is what I came to also.