News Analysis: Used Software Rights Upheld In SusenSoftware Win Over SAP

A new secondary market for used software has emerged Some time back in December 2006, we wondered why enterprises could not resell unused and used software and transfer related services to a willing buyer under a perpetual license.  Enterprises could resell hardware, telecom equipment, and other services contracts.  So why couldn’t a licensee retain the […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on June 21, 2009

Tuesday's Tip: Software Licensing and Pricing – Stop paying for shelfware

First of all, some of you may be wondering what shelf-ware is so a quick definition.  It’s software you buy and don’t use.  So if you bought 1000 licenses of Vendor X’s latest ERP software and use 905 licenses, you now have 95 licenses not being utilized.  That’s 95 licenses of shelfware you pay maintenance […]

Posted by R "Ray" Wang on September 30, 2008