For example, CRM (customer relationship management) software usually charges by user and by the amount of data used. The model is similar to a typical family cell phone plan: you get charged per user and are confined within a limited amount of data storage or transfer. Once you hit your data limit, you are charged an outrageous premium for additional units of data, sometimes without even knowing that it is happening until the bill comes.
Unlike standard software and cell phone plans, envVisual’s pricing is not based around the number of users on the system, but instead on how many floor plans you want to maintain. You can also manage how the various people using the software can use it, by creating user permissions that give low-level employees access to only the information and functionality that they need and high-level administrators the ability to track, monitor, and run reports on all activity. It’s not a one-size-fits-
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