I was an ASPen partner, but I don't know if that is still going at Progress or not?
Do they have a license for SAAS (Software As A Service) for Webspeed yet, or they all on the Rollbase kick?
Thinking of getting back into the game.
Scott AugéPresidentAmduus Information Works, Inc.Technical Services for Business and Governmenthttp://www.amduus.com/cms
Progress OpenEdge Developers Kit.pdf
Service Provider License Agreements (SPLA) are available to Partners who have a SaaS application. They work on a subscription basis - charge a subscription for your SaaS application and pay a subscription to Progress for the use of the technology, which can include Progress Application Server for OpenEdge that runs Webspeed applications.
You can easily start to build a SaaS application using OpenEdge by obtaining an OpenEdge Developer Kit, also on a subscription basis. see the website for details - www.progress.com/.../pricing