Accounts and sub accounts explained + use cases

Updated 1 month ago by Joost Rijlaarsdam

Web1on1 is designed and built as a collaborative Messaging system. Allowing for different collaborative messaging use cases.

  • A OEM or national Sales organisation can set up multiple brands as sub accounts;
  • A Dealership can break up its account (eg when it has multiple brandnames or business units).

This article intends to clarify the implications and use cases of different account / Sub accounts scenarios.

Web1on1 Account and sub accounts

Use Case: Brand - Dealers account Structure

  • 1 invoice at NSO level
  • All users are billed at NSO level
  • Each dealer can have it's own channels and add-ons
  • Reporting at NSO level, filtered to Dealers

Use case: Dealer - Business Units

  • 1 invoice at Dealer level
  • All user-licenses are billed at Dealer level
  • Each Business-Unit can have it's own channels and add-ons
  • Reporting at Dealer-level, filtered to Business Units

Use case: Client Contact Center - Country Teams

  • 1 invoice at CCC level
  • All Sub-account, user-licenses are billed at CCC level
  • Each Team can have it's own channels and add-ons
  • Reporting at CCC-level, filtered to Country teams

Upstream rights management

This tree-structure allows for granular user rights.

Level 3 (Division) users can handle level 3 conversations

Level 2 (NCS / Dealership) user can handle Their level 2 and all associated level 3 organisations

Level 1 (Web1on1) users can assist Level 2 and Level 3 organisations.

Downstream resource sharing

Reversely up-level organisation resources can be shared with Child organisations / sub accounts

What can be shared?

  • Users Agents
  • Channels
  • Know how
Adding Sub-Accounts

Create a Child-organisation as a Level 2 Account Admin

Web1on1 creating a Sub Account

The outcome:

Web1on1 Sub Accounts list

You now have 3 sub organisations which can have their own resources (agents, integrations, routing, knowledge).

How did we do?