Build your franchise system with tomorrow's problems in mind.
No. We are not going to build custom features for each brand. However, if there is a suggestion that makes the product better for all brands, it may become part of the next developed iteration.
This depends on how much data a brand wants to import, whether or not the data is organized, how much training is required, etc. In some cases, setup can be completed in a few days. In others, it can take up to 30 days. The more committed a brand is to get started, the faster the process will move.
This fee includes a lot. You get unlimited corporate users, unlimited sales users, unlimited candidates, Typeform integration, unlimited storage in the library, and ongoing support from us.
You are month to month. It's our job to make sure ZeeHub benefits you enough to keep using it - not to contractually oblige you to use it.
No. We don't have separate modules to handle specific problems. We have a set of tools that are applied to many problems, and you get the whole set of tools when you sign up. These all work together, so it would not make sense to give you some pieces and not others.
Yes (in some cases). Some platforms make integration pretty easy. It's impossible on others. In many cases, we prefer integrating with platforms that are very good at something outside of our expertise vs. trying to build the same thing ourselves.
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If people share user accounts, it's bad for compliance. You can no longer be sure who did what, and when. Charging per user encourages this type of account sharing. Also, Brands benefit from ZeeHub if people actually use it, so putting limits on users limits the impact of ZeeHub over the franchise system. The majority of information and functions are attached to the unit (discussions, metrics, etc.), so it just makes sense.