ELMA365 offers several user license types:
- Named license
The named license is linked to the specific system user. The named license can be used only by the linked account, even if the user is not logged into the system. The advantage of this type of licensing is in providing the user with uninterrupted system access.
The amount of purchased user licenses equals to the amount of users available for invite or import.
- Concurrent license
This license type is not linked to the specific system user. It determines the number of users that can work in the system simultaneously. When the limit is reached, other users will not be able to log into the system. However, the total number of invited users is not limited. This license type is convenient for users who do not need to be logged in all the time and log in only to complete a particular task, for example. Thus, several people can take turns using the concurrent license during the day.
- Mixed license
You can combine the named and concurrent license plans. For example, you can purchase 10 named and 50 concurrent licenses. Thus, certain employees will have uninterrupted system access while others will be able to access the system in turns. If you select this plan, you should create the Priority log in user group and set the limit equal to the number of purchased licenses. Users in this group will be able to sign into the system at any time. Other users will use the concurrent license.
The system supervisor needs a license just like a typical user.
Additional license activation order
You can find the full information about your license plan in the Administration > Licenses section.
If you need to buy more user licenses, contact your ELMA365 manager or partner. They will calculate the price of your order.