How they do it: SAP enables customers to license its software products and offerings in a variety of ways. These include for instance perpetual, subscription-based, or consumption-based licenses. This flexibility allows SAP to serve a group of customers with heterogenous customer needs.
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How they do it: As Bosch investes a lot in research and development of its technologies but don’t create and market full products out of every patent, they monetize these patents by licensing them to partners.
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How they do it: GE licenses IP and technology across its operating areas, enabling 3rd parties to commercialize their developments more rapidly and create new companies based on them. GE also provides adjacent resources such as training and scientists to accelerate the process of bringing new technologies to market.
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How they do it: ARM only creates and licences its technology as intellectual property, rather than selling its own physical products. This allows them to focus on specializing on further developing their technology.
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