Network licences

What is a network licence, how much does it cost…

What is a network licence?

A network licence gives permission for an individual or business to store a PDF of a standard on their network for users of that network to view on their system.

For more information please email enquiries@standards.govt.nz.

How does a network licence work?

A network licence is purchased from Standards New Zealand for the use of a PDF of a standard on an organisation's network or intranet. The cost of each network licence is determined by how many users will have access to the network or intranet, and the cost of the standard. The PDF must be stored on a secure server that is accessed by others in the organisation, using proper authenticated login access (that is, on an organisation’s intranet, or on a secure drive only accessible by authorised users).

For more information please email enquiries@standards.govt.nz.

How much does a network licence cost?

The cost of the licence is determined by the number of users and the cost of the standard. Please email enquiries@standards.govt.nz and we will prepare a quotation.

How can I get a network licence set up?

Please contact our customer services team by email enquiries@standards.govt.nz to organise obtaining a network licence.

Can I get a network licence for an overseas standard?

Standards New Zealand can provide quotations for network licences for NZS, AS/NZS, ISO, and IEC publications on request.

Network licence quotation requests for other standards bodies (such as AS, BSI, DIN, ASTM, CSA, ANSI, and so on) may take 3 – 5 days.