Software License Enforcement
Maximize your software revenue by simplifying license enforcement
For many organizations, enforcing and managing software licensing is complex, expensive, and time-consuming.
With Sentinel Rights Management (RMS), you can handle license enforcement and compliance all in one place. Simultaneously maximize software revenue by offering flexible license options and provide a smooth customer experience. Thales Sentinel Rights Management System is license management built for the enterprise, so you can meet your customers’ needs while simultaneously meeting your business goals for growth.
Sentinel RMS offers robust, flexible, and scalable software licensing enforcement. It provides software and technology vendors with control over how their applications are deployed and used.
RMS works with software hosted:
Focused on scalable and flexible license enforcement with large enterprises in mind, Sentinel RMS offers the best of both worlds: enterprise-grade software license enforcement, coupled with the benefits of a cloud-connected solution. Easily change your packaging or define license terms for specific features within a single application, and control how and when customers have access to new versions of your software. Sentinel Rights Management is an ideal solution for medium and large-scale environments looking for feature-rich, flexible license enforcement solutions.
The ability to issue a variety of license types was an important requirement for Geocap. With Thales Sentinel, we are able to easily implement numerous license types.
Enables software and device vendors to enforce complex license agreements, protect software from unauthorized use and maximize revenue.
Deploy a wide range of licensing models to support all of your business needs, including feature-based, time-based licensing or custom license models.
Meet any volume of licensing requirements and ensure functionality and operability across different platforms and operating systems.
Protect against license violations and enforce policies in virtual environments.