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Open source business intelligence software maker Jaspersoft has begun pitching "unlimited use" subscriptions to new customers worldwide.

Under the deal, new subscribers get one-year pass to the entire JasperSoft Professional Edition BI suite with no limits on the number of applications, users, or systems, the company said. But the license must be kept to a single location.

The unlimited package also includes tech support for all Jaspersoft products, advanced documentation, and a four-day training class. A one-year pass goes for $50,000 for the entire suite, or alternatively $35,000 for unlimited use of only JasperReports, the company's embeddable reporting engine.

Jaspersoft does restrict the "unlimited" licenses to a single "geography, department, division, business unit, or agency," according to its website. The deal doesn't apply to internet service vendors (ISVs) or software as a service (SaaS) deployments either.

Jaspersoft said it offered a similar package in 2007 and has now reprised the package with additional perks like the training sessions.

The promotion runs until the end of July in single or multi-year terms and is only available to new subscribers. ®

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