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As Esben Skov PedersenEsben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

As Esben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

As Esben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

5 removed comment about previous accepted answer being wrong, as this answer now is the accepted one
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The accepted answer, "single tenant," is wrong. You offer a multi-tenant solution solution.

The accepted answer, "single tenant," is wrong. You offer a multi-tenant solution.

You offer a multi-tenant solution.

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The accepted answeraccepted answer, "single tenant," is wrong. You offer a multi-tenant solution.

As Esben Skov PedersenEsben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

The accepted answer, "single tenant," is wrong. You offer a multi-tenant solution.

As Esben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

The accepted answer, "single tenant," is wrong. You offer a multi-tenant solution.

As Esben Skov Pedersen suggests, if you dumped all customers' information in a single database separated only by customerId or tenantId columns, that would clearly, unequivocally be multi-tenant.

3 added explicit suggestion that "multi-instance" might be middle -ground description
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2 fixed three misspellings
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