Do you have an offering for Agencies?
- January 28, 2020
Yes. For billing purposes, we consider you an agency when you have an account and you are paying for 3 client accounts, 4 in total.
At that point, you’ll get your account free and a 20% discount on the subscription charges for all the clients you’re paying for.
As far as the kickstart package pricing goes, you’ve got two choices, which apply to all accounts after your first one.
If you want us to onboard your clients, we’ll offer a 20% discount on any onboarding packages you’re paying for on behalf of your clients.
If you’re going to fully handle the onboarding and setup for your clients, we’ll waive the onboarding package requirement all together and just let you start subscription billing right away. You will still get support throughout, but you’ll be responsible for getting everything authorized and tracking setup correctly.
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