Wibu-Systems, an innovative security technology leader in the global software licensing market, has added CodeMeter Cloud Lite to its portfolio of solutions for protection, licensing and security of digital assets and Intellectual Property. CodeMeter Cloud Lite enables developers to easily license their Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, standard PC software, or mobile apps via the cloud. The server interfaces directly with CodeMeter License Central, the company’s flexible platform for creating, delivering and managing license entitlements.
CodeMeter Cloud Lite can be operated by the Independent Software Vendor (ISV) or by Wibu-Systems. It includes the necessary interfaces (including OAuth2, SAML) to work seamlessly with Single-Sign-On (SSO) solutions that may already exist in an established IT environment. CodeMeter Cloud Lite uses the standard mechanisms of CodeMeter License Central and conveniently aligns the processes for both cloud and on-premise licensing. CodeMeter License Central can be integrated with SAP, Salesforce or other ERP, CRM, and e-commerce solution to fully automate the licensing and entitlement process, whether it be for an on-premise, Cloud, or hybrid implementation.
Mobile applications for tablet computers or smartphones can also be used with CodeMeter Cloud Lite licenses, either by direct integration in the app or by relying on the server. Local PC-based applications can be licensed with this technology and additionally protected against tampering and reverse engineering using CodeMeter Protection Suite and a locally issued Protection Only License.
Oliver Winzenried, CEO and Founder of Wibu-Systems, said: “Our CodeMeter solutions are always designed with the end user in mind. With the growing global interest in cloud-based implementations, our goal was to make the transformation from traditional on-premise to cloud licensing as seamless as possible. CodeMeter Cloud Lite in conjunction with CodeMeter License Central simplifies that transition and gives ISVs ready access to new business models to monetize their software-driven applications.”