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Wares

An informal word for goods for sale.
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Annual Usage Alignment Up or Down - putting an end to shelfware, allowing clients to rebalance usage up or down annually to meet business needs.
Annual Usage Alignment Up or Down - RightNow puts an end to shelfware, allowing agencies to rebalance usage up or down annually to meet their needs.
The technology quickly delivers benefits, and as a result, is not likely to be rendered shelfware after a short period of usage.
No Shelfware - clients should be able to buy only what they need and still get long-term pricing certainty
RightNow CSA puts an end to shelfware, allowing clients to rebalance usage up or down annually to meet business needs.
The benefits of de-capitalization, access speed, less initial cost, flexibility, and lower shelfware are among the drivers for user engagement with these models.
Node-based pricing forces enterprises to either over-purchase licenses, leading to wasted shelfware, or under-purchase licenses, leading to system deployment delays or lack of complete coverage
With today's rapidly changing market conditions, process industry companies cannot afford to be locked into rigid software licensing models that result in shelfware.
Many large companies like Group 1 are finding that GroundWork can make the difference between a failed shelfware project and truly getting value from these large and costly projects that we all know monitoring can be.
The right people can make the difference between long-term BI success and a failed BI deployment with a legacy of shelfware.
Highly publicized implementation failures and rumblings of user adoption problems with on-premises projects have left a wake of shelfware, frequently coloring customer management as a riskier investment," said Robert Bois, research director at AMR Research.