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Software Licensing Model

Software licensing are the methods in which software providers provide the right to use their software to enterprises.

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    ORACLE CORPORATION
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    Jackson, Mississipi
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    Software Licensing Model market report transcript


    Global Market Outlook on Software Licensing Model

    The global software licensing market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8–9 percent to reach $14–15 billion by 2023.

    • About 80–85 percent of the existing, as well as new suppliers or entrants, will offer subscription-based licensing models by the end of 2020
    • SaaS is becoming a mandate for software suppliers to be included as an option to remain in the market
    • Pricing will become competitive, and licensing policies will become effective, due to rapid technological development and increased demand
    • About 35–40 percent of the applications will be delivered as installed software, thus avoiding the necessity of explicit installations
    • The existing licensing models are suited in the current scenario, but customer requirements play a vital role in choosing the best-fit for the organization
    • Majority of the suppliers uplift an annual maintenance renewal of 20–22 percent. This is purely dependent on the requirements

    Software Licensing Metrics

    • Suppliers often play with metrics to create a win–win situation for customers as well as themselves. Factors considered for the following metrics are the standards, whether the right metric has been mapped with the product, cost-effectiveness, reasonable pricing for the customers, and value for price & features.

    Evolution of Software Licensing Models 

    Current Models

    • Considering the customer's demand and interests, three models currently exist in the market
    • The models are perpetual, subscription based, and consumption based

    Mix and Match Models

    • Models that took investment, cost-effectiveness, and usage analysis into account
    • These models usually create a win–win situation for both customers and suppliers

    Conventional Supplier–Client Models

    • This forms the basic foundation for all software licensing
    • Started with purchasing licenses per user, followed by multiple users and time limitation
    • Catering to increased demand and software usage, suppliers started to bring variety to meet the required demand

    Partnership Models

    • Customers are provided unlimited access to the software
    • These models enabled effective long-term commitments

    Grouping and Rental Models

    • With simpler pricing quotes for various groups (by users, by systems, etc.), these models tried to bring cost-effective solutions to customers
    • Rental models recorded the usage and billed the required amount to customers