I'm planning a freelance project where prodigy will be integrated into client's internal pipeline for active learning. Client is only a user with no R&D done using prodigy after project is launched. Product is for company's internal use only.
Is it OK to use the personal license when the final user user holds the final product with prodigy code integrated.
If the Prodigy code will be integrated into the product and supplied to the customer, then none of our licenses would allow that. You're not allowed to distribute the Prodigy code to a third-party. You would need to have a personal license for yourself, and then the client will need to purchase Prodigy licenses from us, with the number depending on how many developers will have access to the back-end of the product.