The State of Software Monetization survey is here. With the help of Vanson Bourne, Gemalto set out to understand the software monetization industry and sentiments of ISVs, intelligent device manufacturers and software consumers worldwide and what challenges they are facing. Interestingly enough, results reveal that enterprise software customer demands are evolving and software vendors and intelligent device manufacturers need to adopt flexible and adaptable software licensing and software packaging techniques in order to meet these needs and generate more revenue opportunities.
Today begins one of software monetization’s most prestigious events, LicensingLive 2014!. Held in Cupertino, California, LicensingLive 2014! will feature several industry leaders including Amy Konary, Rhianna Collier, Ray Wang and Jeff Kaplan, discussing the opportunities that exist in the software licensing space.
The planning process of delivering software is a continuous process – develop, license, deploy and support, and back again. All stages striving to deliver a product that is what the customer wants while providing profit to the service provider.
SafeNet Inc. announced on Tuesday an enhanced version of its signature Sentinel LDK product. Sentinel LDK is a software monetization solution that provides hardware-, software-, and cloud-based license delivery, intellectual property (IP) protection, and license management from a single, cloud-based platform. Sentinel LDK gives vendors the flexibility to meet the specific licensing demands of each of their customer groups regardless of their preferred delivery model.
Software consumption is continually changing. Users expect an evolving hyper-connected solution while their consumption needs demand licensing flexibility. As a result, providers need to offer scalable and flexible solutions now more than ever.
SafeNet Inc. today announced that analyst firm Frost & Sullivan has presented the company with the prestigious Market Share Leadership Award for its leadership in the global software monetization market. Frost & Sullivan recognized SafeNet for its leadership in market share, growth outlook, continued commitment to the core business-to-business market, and focus on emerging cloud and embedded markets.
In today’s business landscape, virtualization allows for the removing of resources from physical assets and allows for business to be more agile. Virtualization is by no means a new initiative. Since its infant stages in 2005, virtualized servers have already been launched by most organizations, which are looking to virtualize even further. In 2013 alone, the Virtualization Solutions market is expected to grow 12.3% year over year.