A fixed license is intended for use by a single user only. If you want to share one license with several users, then you should purchase a floating license with one or more concurrencies.
No, consultants may not use their own licenses to do paid work for third parties. A consultant may purchase a license on your behalf and we will register the license in your name. If you choose, you can designate your consultant to manage your annual maintenance renewals. The consultant can then use your license to provide consulting services to you.
You must contact Safe to request a transfer of your license. If we agree to the transfer, then we will ask you to complete an Assignment form.
Yes, as long as you include some value-added functionality as part of your web-based service. FME Server functionality cannot be offered to parties in a stand-alone configuration. We often hear of “clip-zip-ship” services and these are permitted. You may not give third parties direct access to FME Server administration tools as part of your web-based service.
Yes, you can see a list of open source components at https://www.safe.com/legal/terms-and-conditions/foss/.
No, a Home Use license is intended for non-commercial, personal use only. Non-profit use might be non-commercial, but it is not considered to be personal use. If you want to use FME for non-profit use, then you should apply for a Non-Profit Grant license.
No, a Recent Graduate license is intended for use by the single, named user who qualified for the license. This is your strategic advantage when you are getting hired by new companies. You can use the license for work on behalf of your employer, but you should be the only person using the license.