I’ve seen software companies experiment with such licensing model but in the end it didn’t work out. The reason – the model introduces contradicting incentives. You may think that there always should be a pool of available licenses but in reality it doesn’t happen. The procurement wants to have as few “re-usable” licenses as possible to optimize expenses, which is understandable. However the fewer licenses are available, the more users “compete” for them, which inevitably leads to cases when licenses are unavailable when needed. As a result, nobody is happy.
For those who only need licenses once or twice a month, I would suggest using the free edition. It works with EasyMorph Server, and allows up to 20 actions per project, enough for someone who is not a regular user.
Alternatively, people can just run EasyMorph Server tasks from a web browser. No license is required for that.