Automatic Control Module (ACM) Licenses

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    Washu HakubiWashu Hakubi
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    Morning.
    I would like to know how the licenses for the ACM works.
    Whats the diference between home and business?
    How many computers can i have with the same license?

    I sell the Supervisory application to several clients, with means i will need install RapidScada and ACM on a server for every client that may want my system.

    Do i need to buy a new License for each server for each client?

    If i need to buy a new license for every client, can i charge extra for it(have profit over the license value)? Or the client itself need to buy the license from RapidSCada.org?

    Also it would be really good if this licenses information had a page on the website for them. Not only for ACM but for all other possible paid features and licenses that may be available now and in the future as they come, like the page for the RapidScada itself.

    Thank You,
    Have a nice day.

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    MikhailMikhail
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    Hello,

    Could you explain what ACM is, please?

    For now the difference between Home and Business types of licenses is the price only. The reason is that the home automation should cheaper in compare with business purposes in accordance with the customer capabilities.

    The existing licenses apply to a one server without limit of connections. Thereby, you need one license for each client.

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    MikhailMikhail
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    If i need to buy a new license for every client, can i charge extra for it(have profit over the license value)? Or the client itself need to buy the license from RapidSCada.org?

    Are you planning to offer Software as a Service for you clients? I think we should discuss these in details to create the best offer. Could you describe your vision by email?

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