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We offer a la carte pricing for Wyzio. Your subscription includes all modules for one (1) organization and one (1) user. From there, you can choose as many additional users and/or organization. Each additional user and/or organization will count for one (1) unit. There is a degressive price depending on the number of units.
For pricing, a company is a unit. A user is also a unit. Employees accounts are not counted as units but have their own rate. (see point 4)
Adding a unit to the "FREE" pack transforms the pack into a "ESSENTIAL" pack. The same applies if the annual turnover exceeds the maximum amount allowed, or if the entity is subject to VAT (whether the submission is voluntary or not).
In addition to the basic package, the first 15 additional units cost CHF 22.- each, then the price per unit for the next 15 increases to CHF 16.- and finally falls to CHF 11.- the following units.
Each employee who has access to the system to only use the timesheet and/or collect his payslips and/or manage its expenses will be charged CHF 6.- per month. An employee with a user license is not billed twice.
Monthly Wyzio License
CHF 22.- per unit
CHF 16.- per unit
CHF 11.- per unit
CHF 6.- per emploee
From time to time, Wyzio may offer on our website limited time offerings that do not necessarily reflect the rates you see below.
The essential package includes a company and a primary user account. It costs CHF 49.-
It is not possible to have a company without a primary user, but it can be in a parent company. A subsidiary company can therefore end up without users, the manager being in another company.
It is possible to add an unlimited number of companies (subsidiaries), employees and users to the pack.
A user is a natural person who can perform any tasks in the system depending on his access.
The price of a user account varies according to the total number of units (see table above).
A user can not open multiple simultaneous accesses on the platform. If a user has registered at the office with his computer, then goes home and connects with his iPad, this will automatically terminate the open session with the computer.
Note: the use of "web services" (REST API) requires the use of a separate account with special permissions, counted as an additional unit.
An employee is a restricted user: he has access only to the hourly billing system, his own hourly billing records, his personal information, his own payslips and his expenses.
Each employee account costs CHF 5.-. Any addition to the employee profile automatically makes it a new user, not an employee.
Company A has two subsidiaries, companies B and C. The three companies are managed by the same manager, Mr. Dupont. Company A will therefore be billed for a basic package (for company A and its manager user account), plus one unit (for company B without a user) and a second unit (for company C without a user). Total 54.- plus 2 x 22.- = CHF 98.-
Mr. Dupont, in the previous example, wants to add 10 employees to the company C. The company C will always be managed by Mr. Dupont (of the company A), to which we will add 10 employees to CHF 6.- . Mr Dupont will therefore be charged CHF 98.- for company A and CHF 60 for company C (CHF 158.-).
Mr. Dupont subsequently wishes to delegate Company B to Mr. Dupré. The latter becomes manager of the company B and will therefore pay a basic package for the company B.
If Mr. Dupont wishes to retain his management capacity of Company B, he will have to continue to pay an entity (as detailed in Example 1).
Mr Dupré will therefore pay CHF 54.- while Mr Dupont will continue to pay CHF 158.-.
Mr Dupont can also choose to give up his management capacity of company B, in which case he will save CHF 22.- but will no longer be "bound" to company B and will therefore no longer have any permission on this unit .
Subsequently, Mr. Dupré wishes to add several employees (4) as well as 16 users to help him manage his business which is increasing in volume. This change will have no effect on Mr Dupont's price, but will add 4 x CHF 6.- = CHF 24.- (for employees), plus 15 x CHF 22.- = CHF 330.- (for 15 first additional units), plus 1 x CHF 16.- = CHF 16.- (for the 16th user), ie a total of [54 + 24 + 330 + 16 = CHF 424.-] for Mr Dupré .