How it Works
- If any vendor is already paying for Pruvan premium features, they will continue to pay according to their Pruvan subscription plan.
- A vendor publishing photos, videos or form results is not required to have a paid Pruvan subscription plan if the vendor is directly integrated to the order sponsor through the sponsored named integration.
- If a vendor assigns any order via Pruvan share to a vendor who has a paid Pruvan subscription plan the assigning vendor is not required to have a paid Pruvan subscription plan.
Use Case #1 – This vendor starts using Pruvan for a sponsored named integration. He receives a sponsored order and completes workflow correctly – 100% within the Pruvan mobile app and within workflow guidelines. No need for Pruvan premium features.
Free Pruvan Sub-User Account – no charges incurred to vendor
Free Pruvan Master-User Account - no charges incurred to vendor (connected directly to sponsored named integration)
Use Case #2 – This vendor starts using Pruvan for a sponsored named integration. He receives a sponsored order but he gets to the property and his phone is dead. He takes photos with a point-n-shoot camera to complete the job. He returns to the office and uploads the photos to his computer. He then opens the integrated order in Pruvan Online and uploads the photos from his computer directly into the respective tasks and/or survey sections. No need for Pruvan premium features.
Free Pruvan Sub-User Account – no charges incurred to vendor*
Free Pruvan Master-User Account - no charges incurred to vendor directly connected via sponsored named integration. If Master-User account is not directly connected via a sponsored named integration, Master-User account must subscribe to Pruvan premium features.*
*Note: In both cases, the photos and survey answers (if applicable) will NOT be certified as they were taken outside the Pruvan Mobile app.
Use Case #3 – This vendor starts using Pruvan for a sponsored named integration. He receives a sponsored order but doesn’t like the workflow, is unable to complete workflow, or does not want to conform to survey photo limits designed by work provider, etc.; so, he uses Pruvan to create a new Project, takes photos in Pruvan Mobile app and relays them back to his Pruvan Online account.
Free Pruvan Sub-User Account – no charges incurred to vendor if allowed by Master-User.
Free Pruvan Master-User Account - no charges incurred to vendor.
Free in both cases provided:
- Vendor does not download or relay the photos taken on new Project
- There is a task that accepts photos on the sponsored order to "receive" the moved photos
- Vendor moves photos collected to the sponsored order task(s)/question(s) manually
Photos chain of custody is not broken since photos have not left Pruvan, and photos will be re-certified by Pruvan if the address taken is the same as the address on the sponsored order. Survey answer location will not be certified, since survey answers were done in office, not onsite.
Use Case #4 – This vendor already has a Pruvan Master-User account with an active subscription; so, to streamline his process he adds the sponsored named integration to import sponsored orders into his existing account. He will pay Pruvan according to his active subscription plan.
Device Plan subscription – he has unlimited Projects with a device plan. He is paying per device used on his account regardless of sponsored orders.
Usage Plan subscription – he will be charged for all Projects flowing through his account, including sponsored orders, according to Usage pricing plan.
Use Case #5 – This vendor already has a Master-User Pruvan account with an active subscription, but he doesn’t want to pay Pruvan for the sponsored orders; so, he creates a separate Pruvan account to process sponsored orders.
New Free Pruvan Account – no charges incurred to vendor
***Note: This will work but is not encouraged. It requires the vendor to manage separate Pruvan accounts, which can be difficult for the coordinator managing work order assignment and flow – not to mention the field professionals (boots on the ground) having to use separate logins on their devices to see their orders. Very confusing, not optimal.