You need a scalable BI platform. You also need to know how much it will cost in the long run. Wyn's licensing model allows room for growth.
A company's total cost of ownership (TCO) is a term used to describe how much it costs to acquire, operate, and maintain something over the course of its lifetime. Other than the initial price, TCO includes other expenses that may be hidden beneath the surface.
A company's TCO could be low when they have 50 users, but what will it be when they grow and increase the number of users?
The addition of a single user could double license fees and shatter your budget. This is because many BI platforms use non-linear tiered licensing models that increase dramatically between user tiers.
The first step to calculate TCO is to take a holistic view of the solution you are considering:
Wyn's unique licensing model is server-based.
This means, from a single Wyn licensed server, an organization may embed Wyn Enterprise in an unlimited number of applications with an unlimited number of end-users, for a flat fee.
Server-based licensing allows you to scale your business and the user base — with no additional cost.
Built-in support for multi-tenancy enables you to reuse Wyn Enterprise’s comprehensive functionality across all of your tenants.
Learn how Wyn's unique licensing model allows you to scale your business without an increase in user fees.