Enterprise License

A software license, which encompasses an entire company’s (or a local branch or division’s) use of the licensed software. Typically the enterprise license allows the company to load software on individual machines from an IT department server. Fees to be paid may depend either on enterprise size (assuming that all computers have the software loaded, usual for office software), the number of machines that the software is loaded on, or a number of concurrent users that the software can be enabled for. Enterprise licenses should be both cheaper and are administratively more convenient for the licensee.

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