Am I correct that for every client I want to share a project with to allow them to perform their own volumetric calculations, I would need to pay $1000 to add an additional annual seat to my subscription? Is this also the case to allow the client to make annotations and view overlays?
Think of the quite possible situation where you have 30 small clients that have 1 or 2 jobs a year. That would be $30,000 annually just to share one or two jobs with 30 different clients. If you assumed the average cost of the job was $1,000, good luck putting food on the table.
I suppose you could purchase a couple extra seats for “guest” usage as long as you didn’t need to provide external access with volumetric tools to more than two clients at a time each with one job. But you wouldn’t want future clients to see past client jobs, so you’d have to remove access on the guest accounts to the older jobs which would then prevent the other clients from viewing their older jobs.
Doesn’t seem to me like Drone Deploy really thought their pricing structure through that well given some real world situations for a lot of the mid-size service providers.
Now here come the replies with the excuses and workaround suggestions… lol (do the volumetric calcs for them is probably one, but I’m also talking annotations, etc.)