Newsletter - April 2024

Dear Reader,

We’re thrilled to unveil the latest edition of our newsletter, showcasing the groundbreaking developments in our solution’s platform. This April, we’re proud to announce the release of our newest OpenLM version, developed on cutting-edge microservices architecture and Docker technology.

With this release, OpenLM enters a new era of scalability, flexibility, and efficiency. Our transition to a microservices-based approach means smoother deployments, easier maintenance, and enhanced performance for all users.

Leveraging Docker containers, we’re streamlining the deployment process, ensuring seamless integration and portability across diverse environments. Microservices facilitate continuous deployment practices, enabling teams to release updates to individual services without impacting the entire application. This will allow faster innovation and quicker response to customer requests and feedback.

We encourage you to try our latest release in parallel with the existing OpenLM version. We’ll support both versions. Also, the OpenLM Cloud version remains available. Please contact our Solution Experts (via to learn more about the new release.

Thank you for your continued support and trust in OpenLM. Together, let’s embrace innovation and drive success in license management.

Happy Reading,
Abhijeet Das
PreSales Manager &  Newsletter Editor 
OpenLM Ltd.

Managed DSLS - How is it different from the on-premise DSLS license manager

Managed DSLS is a cloud-based solution, offering flexibility and scalability. Unlike on-premise DSLS, it removes infrastructure burdens. However, concerns about vendor dependency and internet connectivity can worry customers. Let us learn more about it here.

Benefits of staying on the latest OpenLM version

  • Enhanced Security
  • Improved performance
  • Bug fixes
  • New features and enhancements
  • Quicker resolution of technical issues

Transforming Manufacturing & Operations through Business Intelligence

In the dynamic landscape of manufacturing and operations (M&O), leveraging Business Intelligence (BI) has become pivotal for success. Key components like production processes, supply chain management, and logistics demand meticulous oversight for efficiency and competitiveness.

BI empowers M&O by creating insightful dashboards. For instance, tracking shipping targets identifies prime markets and potential expansion areas. Raw material purchase analysis optimizes sourcing, reducing costs. Additionally, assessing flat product pricing ensures optimal market positioning for profitability.

Challenges such as production efficiency, defect reduction, and supply chain disruptions are effectively addressed through BI dashboards like Stock Condition Monitoring and Order vs Stock vs Dispatch analysis.

BI’s key components encompass manpower and production monitoring, contract and sales performance tracking, contributing to cost reduction, and operational efficiency through quality control and lean manufacturing practices.

In M&O, BI yields enhanced productivity, superior product quality, and predictive analytics, ensuring significant cost savings and sustained competitive advantage.
Soumen Roy
Senior BI Expert
OpenLM Ltd.

Webinar Calendar for April month:

For the details of our Webinars in April 2024, please refer to the separate email notification or visit our webinar page.

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