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Get online access to 3 new reports every month

3 Issues per Month for 12 Months Covering:

  • Basic Chemicals, Inorganics and Fertilizers;
  • Plastics, Fibers and Rubbers;
  • Green Chemicals, Biofuels and Specialties

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Extra Analyses for Each Report:

  • Utilities Consumption Breakdown
  • Plant Construction Cost Breakdown per Discipline
  • Economic Analysis for Different Capacities
  • Project & Construction Implementation Schedule

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Intratec Production Cost Reports Subscriptions?

Production Cost Reports Subscriptions are Intratec's most valued offer: as a subscriber, you will receive 3 up-to-date reports every month, paying just a fraction of the cost! The reports disclose costs of producing basic chemicals and inorganics, plastics, green chemicals, biofuels, and much more!

In addition to receiving new reports every month, you may also subscribe to get access to Intratec’s archives containing 100+ released reports (you must select the option “Full Library” when subscribing).

Which reports will I receive if I subscribe? Can I choose the reports I will receive under a subscription plan?

You can check the list of upcoming reports under a subscription plan by checking the respective “Reports Subscription Library”, below. You may also receive the reports already released, which are available for subscribers that select “Full Library”.

Under any subscription plan, the specific reports to be delivered will be exactly the ones presented in the “Reports Subscription Library”.

How to renew my subscription? What is the cost for renewing?

You can renew your subscription directly through Intratec website, in a private area where you access the reports. The renewal fees are as follows:

  • Standard Plan: Starting at $3,499 (1 user)
  • Premium Plan: $9,999

It is worth highlighting that the renewal fees for both Standard and Premium Plans relate exclusively to new issues to be released. Subscribers with access to the “Full Library” will continue to have it upon subscription renewal.

How the reports will be delivered? Can I download the reports?

As a subscriber of the Standard plan, you will get online access to the reports (you will view the reports in web format) in a private area in our website. As a subscriber of the Premium plan, you will get online access to the reports AND you will be able to download the reports as PDF files. Kindly note that only subscribers of the Premium plan will be able to download the reports!

Why subscribe?

You will have best-in-class reports, used by leading companies for economic evaluations of production processes, paying just a fraction of the cost! Our reports present up-to-date, in-depth cost analyses focused on the production of basic chemicals, inorganics and fertilizers; plastics, fibers and rubbers; green chemicals, biofuels and specialties.

How can I pay for a Reports subscription?

We accept payments via Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Please note that credit cards from outside USA must be enabled for international transactions (in US dollars).

We also accept wire transfers and local bank transfers.

In any case, just select the plan of your interest and click on “Subscribe” – you will receive instructions on how to proceed with the payment.

What happens when my subscription expires?

Once your subscription expires, you will no longer have access to Production Cost Reports – neither the upcoming reports nor the released reports (archive). So we strongly recommend you renew your subscription before its expires, in order to keep access to your reports!

When subscribing, I selected “Full Library” – will I have to pay the same fee when renewing my subscription?

No! For renewing your subscription, you will just pay the fee relating to new reports to be released, as follows:

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Reports Subscription Library

  • New Issues
  • Archive Since
1 Polypropylene Random Copolymer Production - Cost Analysis | PP E31A See content To be Released
in October 2018
2 Propylene Production from Propane - Cost Analysis | Propylene E32A See content
3 DL-Methionine from Acrolein, Methyl Mercaptan and HCN - Cost Analysis | Methionine E41A See content
4 2-Ethylhexanol Production Process - Cost Analysis | 2-EH E11A See content To be Released
in November 2018
5 Sulfuric Acid from Spent Acid via Double-Contact Process - Cost Analysis | Sulfuric Acid E41A See content
6 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Naphtha - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E71B See content
7 Acetaldehyde Production from Acetylene - Cost Analysis | Acetaldehyde E32A See content To be Released
in December 2018
8 Ethylene Glycol Production from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | MEG E11A See content
9 Polyethylene Terephthalate Production Process - Cost Analysis | PET E12A See content
10 Hydrogen via Natural Gas Partial Oxidation - Cost Analysis | Hydrogen E12A See content To be Released
in January 2019
11 Nitrile Rubber Production - Cost Analysis | NBR E11A See content
12 Butanediol Production from Acetylene - Cost Analysis | Butanediol E31A See content
13 Ethylene Oxide Production from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | EO E11A See content To be Released
in February 2019
14 HDPE Production via Slurry Process - Cost Analysis | HDPE E11A See content
15 Bio-Methionine Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Methionine E21B See content
16 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process - Cost Analysis | EVA E11A See content To be Released
in March 2019
17 Sodium Polyacrylate Production Process - Cost Analysis | Sodium Polyacrylate E21A See content
18 Linear Alpha Olefins from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | LAO E12A See content
19 Syngas Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Syngas E11A See content To be Released
in April 2019
20 Polycarbonate Production from BPA and DPC - Cost Analysis | PC E21A See content
21 Polybutadiene Production via Solution Process - Cost Analysis | BR E21A See content
22 Propylene Oxide from Propylene and Ethylbenzene - Cost Analysis | Propylene Oxide E31A See content To be Released
in May 2019
23 Sulfuric Acid from H2S Gases via Wet Sulfuric Acid Process - Cost Analysis | Sulfuric Acid E31A See content
24 Paraxylene Production from Mixed Xylenes - Cost Analysis | Paraxylene E12A See content
25 2-Propylheptanol Production Process - Cost Analysis | 2-PH E11A See content To be Released
in June 2019
26 Propylene Glycol from Propylene Oxide - Cost Analysis | Propylene Glycol E31A See content
27 Methyl Methacrylate from Isobutylene - Cost Analysis | MMA E31A See content
28 Styrene Butadiene Rubber Production - Cost Analysis | SBR E12A See content To be Released
in July 2019
29 Caprolactam Production from Phenol - Cost Analysis | Caprolactam E51A See content
30 ABS Production via Emulsion Process - Cost Analysis | ABS E11A See content
31 Polyvinyl Chloride via Bulk Polymerization Process - Cost Analysis | PVC E12A See content To be Released
in August 2019
32 Reformate Production from Naphtha - Cost Analysis | Reformate E23A See content
33 Hexamethylene Diisocyanate Production - Cost Analysis | HDI E12A See content
34 Sodium Hydroxide via Lime-Soda Process - Cost Analysis | Sodium Hydroxide E21A See content To be Released
in September 2019
35 Ethylene Dichloride Production from Ethylene and HCl - Cost Analysis | EDC E21A See content
36 Benzene Production from Pygas - Cost Analysis | Benzene E11A See content
1 Sodium Hydroxide via Diaphragm Process - Cost Analysis | Sodium Hydroxide E12A See content Released
in September 2018
2 Polylactic Acid Production from Corn - Cost Analysis | PLA E41A See content
3 Prilled Urea from Ammonia via CO2 Stripping Process - Cost Analysis | Urea E12A See content
4 MTBE Production from Butane - Cost Analysis | MTBE E41A See content Released
in August 2018
5 Polyacrylonitrile Production - Cost Analysis | PAN E11A See content
6 Polyhydroxybutyrate Production Process - Cost Analysis | PHB E11A See content
7 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Production Process - Cost Analysis | EVA E12A See content Released
in July 2018
8 Hydrogen Cyanide Production - Cost Analysis | HCN E11A See content
9 Linear Alpha Olefins from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | LAO E11A See content
10 FDCA Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | FDCA E21B See content Released
in June 2018
11 Prilled Urea from Ammonia via Self-Stripping Process - Cost Analysis | Urea E11A See content
12 Polyoxymethylene from Methanol and Acetic Anhydride - Cost Analysis | POM E21A See content
13 Ethylene Production via Cracking of Ethane/Propane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E21A See content Released
in May 2018
14 Vinyl Acetate from Acetic Acid and Ethylene - Cost Analysis | VAM E11A See content
15 Propylene Production from Methanol via MTO Process - Cost Analysis | Propylene E42A See content
16 Ethanol Production from Corn Dry Milling - Cost Analysis | Ethanol E41A See content Released
in April 2018
17 Titanium Dioxide Production Process - Cost Analysis | Titanium Dioxide E11A See content
18 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Gas Process - Cost Analysis | PP E13A See content
19 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | LA E11A See content Released
in March 2018
20 Chlorine Production from Hydrogen Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E22A See content
21 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of n-Butane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E41A See content
22 Isopropyl Alcohol Production from RG Propylene - Cost Analysis | Isopropanol E11A See content Released
in February 2018
23 Polyethylene Furanoate Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | PEF E31B See content
24 Vinyl Chloride Production from Acetylene - Cost Analysis | VCM E31A See content
25 Cyclohexane from Benzene and Hydrogen - Cost Analysis | Cyclohexane E11A See content Released
in January 2018
26 Paracetamol Production from p-Nitrochlorobenzene - Cost Analysis | Paracetamol E11A See content
27 Polyethylene Furanoate Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | PEF E21A See content
28 Propylene Production from Methanol via MTP Process - Cost Analysis | Propylene E41A See content Released
in December 2017
29 Ethylene Production via Ethanol Dehydration - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E82A See content
30 Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate Production - Cost Analysis | SLES E11A See content
31 Aniline Production from Nitrobenzene - Cost Analysis | Aniline E13A See content Released
in November 2017
32 L-Lysine Sulfate Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Lysine E31A See content
33 DL-Methionine from Methional and Hydrogen Cyanide - Cost Analysis | Methionine E11A See content
34 Nitrobenzene Production from Benzene - Cost Analysis | NB E11A See content Released
in October 2017
35 Bio-Succinic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Succinic Acid E25A See content
36 Carbon Fiber Production from Pitch - Cost Analysis | Carbon Fiber E21A See content
37 Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E11A See content Released
in September 2017
38 Bio-Adipic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Adipic Acid E23A See content
39 Aluminum Chloride Production Process - Cost Analysis | Aluminum Chloride E11A See content
40 Ethylene Production from Methane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene EA1A See content Released
in August 2017
41 Polylactic Acid Production - Cost Analysis | PLA E11A See content
42 Calcium Carbonate Production from Limestone - Cost Analysis | Calcium Carbonate E11A See content
43 Maleic Anhydride Production from Butane - Cost Analysis | MAN E11A See content Released
in July 2017
44 Lactic Acid Production from Lactose - Cost Analysis | LA E31A See content
45 Diammonium Phosphate Production - Cost Analysis | DAP E11A See content
46 Butanediol Production from Maleic Anhydride - Cost Analysis | Butanediol E61A See content Released
in June 2017
47 Polyethylene Furanoate Production - Cost Analysis | PEF E11A See content
48 Methionine Hydroxy Analog Production Process - Cost Analysis | Methionine E61A See content
49 Butadiene Production from n-Butane - Cost Analysis | Butadiene E11A See content Released
in May 2017
50 Biobased Adipic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Adipic Acid E22A See content
51 Polyethylene Terephthalate Production Process - Cost Analysis | PET E11A See content
52 Terephthalic Acid Production from p-Xylene - Cost Analysis | TPA E12A See content Released
in April 2017
53 FDCA Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | FDCA E11A See content
54 Sulfuric Acid from Sulfur via Double-Contact Process - Cost Analysis | Sulfuric Acid E11A See content
55 Ethylene Glycol Production from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | MEG E12A See content Released
in March 2017
56 L-Lysine-HCl Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Lysine E12A See content
57 Calcium Hypochlorite Production via Sodium Method - Cost Analysis | Calcium Hypochlorite E11A See content
58 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Ethane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E11A See content Released
in February 2017
59 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | LA E13A See content
60 Hydrogen Peroxide Production Process - Cost Analysis | H2O2 E11A See content
61 Propylene Production from Propane - Cost Analysis | Propylene E31A See content Released
in January 2017
62 Bio-Methionine Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Methionine E31A See content
63 Chlorine Production from Sodium Chloride - Cost Analysis | Chlorine E11A See content
64 Ammonia Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Ammonia E21A See content Released
in December 2016
65 Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E12A See content
66 DL-Methionine from Propylene, Methyl Mercaptan and HCN - Cost Analysis | Methionine E71A See content
67 Butadiene Production from Carbon Monoxide - Cost Analysis | Butadiene E71A See content Released
in November 2016
68 Ethylene Propylene Rubber Production - Cost Analysis | EPDM E11A See content
69 Ethylene Production from Methanol - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E91A See content
70 Bio-Butadiene Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Butadiene E41A See content Released
in October 2016
71 Methyl Ester Sulfonate Production Process - Cost Analysis | MES E11A See content
72 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Gas Process - Cost Analysis | PP E14A See content
73 Acrylonitrile Production from Propylene - Cost Analysis | Acrylonitrile E11A See content Released
in September 2016
74 L-Lysine-HCl Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | Lysine E21B See content
75 Polylactic Acid Production from Raw Sugar - Cost Analysis | PLA E31B See content
76 Bio-Butanediol Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Butanediol E11A See content Released
in August 2016
77 HDPE Production via Gas-Phase Process - Cost Analysis | HDPE E12A See content
78 Propylene Production from Propane - Cost Analysis | Propylene E33A See content
79 Isononanol Production Process - Cost Analysis | Isononanol E12A See content Released
in July 2016
80 LLDPE Production via Gas Phase Process - Cost Analysis | LLDPE E22A See content
81 Maleic Anhydride Production from Butane - Cost Analysis | MAN E12A See content
82 Isononanol Production Process - Cost Analysis | Isononanol E11A See content Released
in June 2016
83 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Bulk Process - Cost Analysis | PP E11A See content
84 Toluene Diisocyanate from Toluene via Phosgenation - Cost Analysis | TDI E23A See content
85 Lactic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | LA E15A See content Released
in May 2016
86 LLDPE Production via Gas Phase Process - Cost Analysis | LLDPE E31A See content
87 Butanediol Production from Succinic Acid - Cost Analysis | Butanediol E21A See content
88 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Isobutane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E51A See content Released
in April 2016
89 Ethylene Glycol Production from Syngas - Cost Analysis | MEG E41A See content
90 Methanol Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Methanol E13A See content
91 Butyl Acrylate Production from Propylene and Butanol - Cost Analysis | Butyl Acrylate E21A See content Released
in March 2016
92 Acrylic Acid Production from Propane - Cost Analysis | Acrylic Acid E91A See content
93 Succinic Acid from Maleic Anhydride - Cost Analysis | Succinic Acid E41A See content
94 Acrylonitrile Production from Propylene - Cost Analysis | Acrylonitrile E12A See content Released
in February 2016
95 Ammonia Production from Syngas - Cost Analysis | Ammonia E11A See content
96 Isopropyl Alcohol Production from Acetone - Cost Analysis | Isopropanol E31A See content
97 Acetic Acid Production from Methanol - Cost Analysis | Acetic Acid E21A See content Released
in January 2016
98 Propylene Production via Metathesis - Cost Analysis | Propylene E11A See content
99 Ethylene Glycol Production from Carbon Dioxide - Cost Analysis | MEG E21A See content
100 HDPE Production via Slurry Loop Process - Cost Analysis | HDPE E31A See content Released
in December 2015
101 Terephthalic Acid Production from p-Xylene - Cost Analysis | TPA E13A See content
102 Vinyl Chloride Production from Ethylene and Chlorine - Cost Analysis | VCM E41A See content
103 Ethylene Production from Vacuum Gas Oil - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E01C See content Released
in November 2015
104 LLDPE Production via Slurry Process - Cost Analysis | LLDPE E21A See content
105 Styrene Butadiene Rubber Production - Cost Analysis | SBR E11A See content
106 Ethylene Production from Atmospheric Gas Oil - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E61C See content Released
in October 2015
107 LDPE via High-Pressure Tubular Process - Cost Analysis | LDPE E11A See content
108 LDPE via High-Pressure Autoclave Process - Cost Analysis | LDPE E12A See content
109 Butadiene Production from Crude C4s - Cost Analysis | Butadiene E61A See content Released
in September 2015
110 Butanediol Production from Propylene Oxide - Cost Analysis | Butanediol E71A See content
111 Ethylene Production via Steam Cracking of Propane - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E31A See content
112 Acetylene Production from Natural Gas - Cost Analysis | Acetylene E11A See content Released
in August 2015
113 Acrylic Acid Production from Glycerol - Cost Analysis | Acrylic Acid E21A See content
114 LLDPE Production via Solution Process - Cost Analysis | LLDPE E11A See content
115 Bio-Acrylic Acid Production from Glucose - Cost Analysis | Acrylic Acid E32A See content Released
in July 2015
116 Activated Carbon Production Process - Cost Analysis | Activated Carbon E11A See content
117 Ammonia Production from Coal - Cost Analysis | Ammonia E31C See content
118 Adipic Acid Production from Cyclohexane - Cost Analysis | Adipic Acid E11A See content Released
in June 2015
119 Ethylene Glycol Production from Ethylene Oxide - Cost Analysis | MEG E31A See content
120 Sodium Hypochlorite via Chemical Process - Cost Analysis | Sodium Hypochlorite E11A See content
121 Benzene Production from Pygas - Cost Analysis | Benzene E12A See content Released
in May 2015
122 Polychloroprene Production - Cost Analysis | CR E21A See content
123 Sodium Hydroxide via Membrane Process - Cost Analysis | Sodium Hydroxide E11A See content
124 Caprolactam Production from Benzene - Cost Analysis | Caprolactam E11A See content Released
in April 2015
125 Sodium Hydroxide Flakes Production - Cost Analysis | Sodium Hydroxide E31A See content
126 Vinyl Acetate from Acetic Acid and Acetylene - Cost Analysis | VAM E21A See content
127 HDPE Production via Slurry Loop Process - Cost Analysis | HDPE E22A See content Released
in March 2015
128 HDPE Production via Solution Process - Cost Analysis | HDPE E34A See content
129 Polycarbonate Production from BPA - Cost Analysis | PC E11A See content
130 Ethylene Production via Ethanol Dehydration - Cost Analysis | Ethylene E81A See content Released
in February 2015
131 1-Hexene Production from Ethylene - Cost Analysis | Hexene E11A See content
132 Propylene Oxide from Propylene and Chlorine - Cost Analysis | Propylene Oxide E11A See content
133 Polypropylene Homopolymer via Hybrid Process - Cost Analysis | PP E12A See content Released
in January 2015
134 Polyvinyl Chloride via Suspension Polymerization - Cost Analysis | PVC E11A See content
135 Ethylene Dichloride from Ethylene and Chlorine - Cost Analysis | EDC E11A See content
1352015

Online Access

Customers will have online access to the report, in a private area in our website. Access will be valid for 365 days.

Downloadable Content

Those who subscribe to the Premium Plan will have online access to the report, and will also be able to download it as a PDF file, in a private area in our website. The extra content for each report included in this plan will also be accessible online and available for download.

Extra Analyses

These extra analyses complement each report. With them, you will have in-depth techno-economic assessments of chemical production processes!

With the Premium Plan, you will be able to download ALL supplemental analyses listed below (for each report)!

Utilities Consumption Breakdown

This supplemental analysis is a detailed assessment of utilities consumption, presented per utility (e.g., steam, cooling water, electricity.) It presents:

  • The utility consumption rates per unit of product generated.
  • The share of each utility in the total utility costs.

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Plant Construction Cost Breakdown per Discipline

With this analysis you get a more detailed perspective on the Plant Construction Cost and understand the impact of direct construction costs and indirect construction costs. It presents:

  • The plant construction cost divided in direct costs, indirect costs and contingency.
  • Direct costs broken down into bare equipment, equipment setting, piping civil, steel, instrumentation & control, electrical, insulation, and painting.
  • Indirect costs divided in engineering & procurement, construction material & indirects, general & administrative overheads and contract fee.

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Economic Analysis for Different Capacities

This analysis depicts how the economics of the process is impacted by the plant scale. It is an interactive spreadsheet in which the user may define an alternative capacity and check the change of the following figures:

  • Plant cost, broken down into process units (ISBL), process contingency, site infrastructure (OSBL) and project contingency.
  • Working capital and additional capital requirements.
  • Variable and fixed operating costs, as well as depreciation.
  • Remaining components of product value: corporate overhead and return on capital employed (ROCE)

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Project & Construction Implementation Schedule

With this analysis you will know upfront a preliminary project implementation schedule, encompassing the period from the decision to invest to the start of commercial production.

The schedule is divided in the following steps: (1) Basic Engineering, (2) Detailed Engineering, (3) Procurement, (4) Construction, and (5) Plant Start-up.

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Spreadsheets with Data of Report & Purchased Optional Analyses

These files allow customers to access data presented in the report’s and supplemental analyses' tables and charts. Easily retrieving data relevant to your analyses, or integrate data into your own databases.

Convenient complement, as it is not possible to copy/paste content directly from reports and optionals (protected PDF files) and some of the data are exclusively presented in charts.

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Technical Support

Those who subscribe to the Premium Plan are eligible for technical support. It is conducted as follows:

  • All responses are provided exclusively via Email.
  • All inquiries are provided by Intratec Support Team in 3 business days.
  • The support is available while the subscription is active.
  • The support is limited to 4 man-hours from Intratec Experts per Report (equivalent to 8 specific questions about the report).

Upcoming Reports

Customers receive access to 4 reports in the first week of every month. The reports are made available for download on a private area at Intratec website. You can check the list of upcoming reports by checking the “Reports Delivery Schedule”.

Multiple Access Options

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IP Authentication: Our institutional subscribers may submit their network IP ranges to our support team. Our support team verify these ranges and register them in our website. Users accessing the website from the IP ranges registered are automatically provided access under the institution's account.

What are Concurrent Users?

The number of concurrent users is equal to the number of users that are logged at our website at the exact same time. Typically, this number is much less than the total number of users that have an account at our website in the name of your company, institution or governamental entity.

With this plan, up to 5 concurrent users can have online access to the reports and analyses. All reports and analyses may also be downloaded as PDF files and shared within your company.

What are Concurrent Users?

The number of concurrent users is equal to the number of users that are logged at our website at the exact same time. Typically, this number is much less than the total number of users that have an account at our website in the name of your company, institution or governamental entity.

For an example, consider a company with 30 employees. All employees are going to be able to access Intratec Reports with their accounts, however only 5 employees need to have access during the hole day. The remaining 25 employees are just going to access Intratec Reports for a minutes during the day and then log out. So, the company in this example would require about 8 concurrent users (5 "heavy" users + 3 to account for the remaining 25 "casual" users) in order to guarantee access to its employees.

This option is much more affordable than having to purchase a user license for each one of its employees.