White Labeling and Bundling of web-enabled apps

White labeling
This article describes the new bundling and white labeling customization options for a Thinfinity VirtualUI web enabled Windows application.
In the present note we will give a brief explanation about the Bundling and White Labeling customization of a VirtualUI adapted application. This is the last of a series of three features that we are implementing to assist companies applying for OEM licensing.
In previous articles we described two features that help developers with the management of OEM licensed web-enabled applications:

  • a Server Configuration API, that allows for an automatic and transparent programmatic registration of an application on your Thinfinity VirtualUI Server.
  • an OEM Licensing API to create and revoke end-user’s Thinfinity VirtualUI licenses.

By using Bundling and White Labeling customization, companies now acquire a wider range of tools that will allow them to completely take control of their product’s final branding.

 

Bundling and White Labeling

Let’s start by reminding everyone that White Labeling is applicable only to projects that have applied —and qualified— for OEM partnership. Each registered OEM partner is entitled to bundle Thinfinity VirtualUI along with his/her application and will be responsible for the installation of Thinfinity VirtualUI individual components, as well as their proper registration.
The White labeling process is based on the custom tailoring of the branding information: replacement of images (i.e. the Thinfinity VirtualUI logo), product and company names, services descriptions and some registry keys. To make these changes the developer will fill a set of pre-installation parameters located in an OEM.ini file, which will allow them to assign key registration parameters to avoid conflicting with other possible VirtualUI installations and it will enable them to place his/her own brand in some Thinfinity VirtualUI Manager key places.
All-in-all, Thinfinity VirtualUI white labeling customization will help OEM partners utilize their business’ unique branding. Getting started is quick and easy —the way it should be!

 

OEM Licensing Partnership Program

When you sign up to our OEM Licensing Partnership Program, you can expect:

  • OEM enablement benefits
  • Licensing benefits
  • Technical benefits
  • Marketing benefits

OEM licensing is available upon request. If you are interested in becoming  an OEM partner, please contact us and we will be happy discuss with you the conditions and requirements to qualify as one.

Comments (2)

Interested to know costs involved in this. It appears that we can easily set up a web interface for our flagshiip product. What we would like to do is run the application on a distributed basis where several remote locations (or local workstations) are running the application in one place. The remote (or local) workstations would be running an embedded (explorer-based) browser or a standalone browser.

Thanks for the post, Jeff. We will contact you via email and provide you with more information.
Regards,
Mauro

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