There can’t be a better finish to an eventful year. As 2011 is drawing to a close, we are hearing feedback from scores of highly satisfied customers. And, many of them have reiterated one important fact: Password Manager Pro is worth every penny.
The ‘all-inclusive’ pricing model of Password Manager Pro has proved highly beneficial for our customers, especially the small and medium businesses, who face budget constraints. Password Manager Pro does not charge anything extra for any feature – be it high availability or active directory integration or any other feature.
To cap it all, the licensing model of Password Manager Pro is straight-forward and is merely based on the number of administrators. It does not count the number of end-users and the number of passwords that could be managed.
One customer went on record saying that the ‘administrator-based’ licensing model had helped him save a lot of money – yes, quite a lot of money. If one buys a 10-administrator license, those 10 persons would be able to configure the product and create passwords. Typically, people like system administrators, network administrators and DBAs are made administrators. Developers, who just require access to passwords, are made ‘password users’ and one can grant that access to unlimited users and unlimited passwords.
The enterprise-class features such as password request-release workflow, enforcing password standards and policies, remote password synchronization, real-time alerts on password events have all proved their worth in ensuring that IT infrastructure remain in top shape.
With this happy note, we, at Password Manager Pro thank all our customers for reposing trust in us. We assure constant innovation to make the product still more valuable in 2012.