How does role-based pricing work?
Role-based pricing means that you pay per module depending on each employee's needs. Some of your staff only need to enter time and expenses, while others must handle accounting or billing. Role-based pricing lets you get exactly what each of these team members requires without paying for anything they won't use.
Can you limit access to features within the subscriptions?
Yes, it's simple for the account administrator to restrict access to different features and types of information.
Does the Time & Expense subscription have access to contacts?
No, access to view or create contacts requires a Manager subscription.
Which subscription includes the QuickBooks Online and MYOB AccountRight integrations?
Integrations are handled through the Manager subscription.
If I select annual subscriptions for most of my staff, what can I do if I need to add on interns, consultants, or other seasonal staff?
With Core's pricing, it's easy to accommodate shifting staff numbers. You can simply purchase additional monthly subscriptions for those users who won't be at your business for too long.
Does the Accounting package include all of the other modules? Or, is there any other package that offers all the roles in one?
No, the Accounting package only comprises accounting-specific features. For example, if a given user on your team needs both accounting capabilities and time and expense tracking, you'll need to purchase these two different subscription packages for them.
The same applies to the Manager and Billing packages. So, for example, if you're a project manager, you'll likely need to purchase both the Time & Expense subscription as well as the Manager one. There currently isn't a package that offers all roles in one.