When purchasing software, you should consider:
If your business has less than five employees, it may be more appropriate to purchase one or more single-user licences. Where your business has more than five employees, obtaining a multi-user licence or a site licence may be more economical. Ultimately, however, deciding on the correct licence for your business based on the number of required users depends on the different prices you’re offered for single-user and for multi-user licences.
You should also make sure that you purchase a licence that permits the programme to be used in a business setting.
You must also pay attention to the terms of the licence so that you understand the full extent of your rights and any conditions attached to your use of the software. For example, some licences may require you to pay monthly subscription fees or to renew your licence annually. Certain licences may also require you to purchase a new licence after exceeding a specific number of installations. Make sure any terms in a licence you choose are appropriate for how you run your business.