Summary: “The license sharing feature provided in RLM’s product was another important component of PQ Systems’ decision-making. The company wanted to consume only one license token even when a user runs multiple instances of a protected application on a computer. Other vendors did not offer the license sharing, nor did they allow sharing licenses on a per-user basis under terminal services.”
About PQ Systems:
When PQ Systems, Inc. needed a solution that would allow the software development company to offer concurrent-user licenses to customers, the firm turned to RLM.
“We looked at a number of potential licensing vendors,” says Bob Sledge, software developer, “but RLM offered the product that best fit our needs.”
One consideration was the appeal of a local license server, rather than a “license server in the cloud,” Sledge points out. “We did not want our customers to require internet access in order to use our software.”
The license sharing feature provided in RLM’s product was another important component of PQ Systems’ decision-making. The company wanted to consume only one license token even when a user runs multiple instances of a protected application on a computer. Other vendors did not offer the license sharing, nor did they allow sharing licenses on a per-user basis under terminal services. “This was a big plus for us,” says Sledge.
A final consideration was the cost of RLM, which unlike some of its competitors, does not require the vendor to “sell an organ to be able to afford it,” Sledge says.
PQ Systems, Inc., is a developer of software products that support improvement of products and processes in a variety of industries. PQ Systems was incorporated in 1984, when the first version of its popular SQCpack software program was released, concomitant to its consulting services to help companies improve products and services using data analysis. Since that time, the firm has expanded its product line to include software programs for measurement systems analysis, design of experiments, and charting from existing databases. Its markets, too, have broadened, from manufacturing to healthcare and education, as organizations have increasingly realized the benefits of process analysis for quality improvement. Among its technology customers are Agilent Technologies, Raytheon, Texas Instruments, and Medtronic.
With headquarters in Dayton, OH, the company has offices in Australia and UK as well. Among its best-selling process control and charting products are SQCpack and CHARTrunner, as well as GAGEpack. Committed to helping customers improve, the company provides on-site and general subscription training services and training materials. Website: http://www.pqsystems.com.
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