OpenBOM’s Seat-Based Subscription Model: Introducing the Next Step for Customers

Oleg Shilovitsky
Oleg Shilovitsky
20 October, 2023 | 2 min for reading
OpenBOM’s Seat-Based Subscription Model: Introducing the Next Step for Customers

Since the inception of OpenBOM, our primary focus has been on creating the best possible software and business model to support engineers and manufacturing professionals. Over the years, OpenBOM’s concurrent licensing model has served as the foundation for providing access to our powerful tools. However, as we continue to evolve and grow, we recognize that there are limitations to the concurrent licensing approach. Today, we are excited to announce the next step in the evolution of OpenBOM’s business model – Seat-Based Subscription.

OpenBOM is PDM and PLM Features 

Over the past year, OpenBOM has made significant strides in enhancing the user experience and expanding its capabilities. We’ve introduced a range of advanced features and improvements that have transformed how organizations use OpenBOM. These enhancements have specifically focused on areas such as design data management, change management, and engineering processes. Our commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction has been unwavering, and these efforts have paved the way for a new era in OpenBOM licensing.

Introducing Seat-Based Subscription:

To better cater to the growing and evolving needs of our valued customers, OpenBOM is introducing a Seat-Based Subscription. This new licensing model has been designed to offer greater flexibility and alignment with the specific requirements of your organization. With a Seat-Based Subscription, you will have the ability to purchase precisely the number of seats your organization needs, eliminating the constraints of concurrent licensing.

Tailored to Your Needs:

We understand that every organization is unique, with varying requirements for access to OpenBOM. Seat-Based Subscription allows you to tailor your licensing to match your organization’s size and operational needs accurately. Whether you need a few seats for a small team or a large number of seats to accommodate your entire organization, this model offers the scalability and adaptability you need.

Stay Tuned for Updates:

We are committed to ensuring a smooth transition for our existing and future customers as we roll out Seat-Based Subscription. In the coming weeks, we will be providing more updates and information on how you can seamlessly transition to this new licensing model. We want to make the process as straightforward and transparent as possible.

Conclusion:

As OpenBOM embarks on this next phase of business optimization and growth, we invite you to join us in this exciting journey. We believe that Seat-Based Subscription will not only enhance your OpenBOM experience but also provide a more customized and cost-effective solution for your organization’s needs.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Seat-Based Subscription, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your feedback and input are invaluable as we continue to refine and improve our offerings.

The details of the seat-based licensing will be released soon. Subscribe to the OpenBOM community and reach out to OpenBOM support if you have any questions. 

Thank you for your continued support and trust in OpenBOM.

Best regards, Oleg

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