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jessyroy

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How many levels of resellers can I create?
« on: September 30, 2013, 11:09:19 PM »
Hello,

How many levels of resellers can I create in ITEL SWITCH?

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Re: How many levels of resellers can I create?
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2013, 11:10:12 PM »
Hello,

You may add as many resellers in your account you need. iTel Switch Plus is the only softswitch in the industry which offers unlimited levels of resellers for any sub-account. However, routes, billing settings and reports may be set individually for each customer.


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Re: How many levels of resellers can I create?
« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2014, 04:13:08 PM »
Hi

There are 3 levels of resellers:

    Level I - resellers I
    Level II - resellers II
    Level III - resellers III

Having 3 levels allows building complex sales models.

The Resellers hierarchy can be defined as follows:

    Reseller I can create and manage clients calling through VoipSwitch.
    Reseller II can create and manipulate resellers of level I created by him.
    Reseller III can manage resellers of level II created by him.

Even though resellers of level II and III cannot create clients directly, they can add lower levels and use them to create clients. The only exception to this rule is PBX Clients. This type of account includes the functionality of reseller and clients so it is available for reseller II.

Using the reports part of the system, they can still see calls being connected by clients belonging to lower levels. Using resellers with one or more levels creates some additional work with cost calculation. For example, if 3 levels of resellers are used, after every call 4 costs are calculated. One for the client and 3 for each reseller level.

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Re: How many levels of resellers can I create?
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Re: How many levels of resellers can I create?
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2016, 02:07:24 AM »
There are 3 levels of resellers:

 Level I - resellers I
 Level II - resellers II
 Level III - resellers III

Having 3 levels allows building complex sales models.

The Resellers hierarchy can be defined as follows:

 Reseller I can create and manage clients calling through VoipSwitch.
 Reseller II can create and manipulate resellers of level I created by him.
 Reseller III can manage resellers of level II created by him.

Even though resellers of level II and III cannot create clients directly, they can add lower levels and use them to create clients. The only exception to this rule is PBX Clients. This type of account includes the functionality of reseller and clients so it is available for reseller II.
Using the reports part of the system, they can still see calls being connected by clients belonging to lower levels. Using resellers with one or more levels creates some additional work with cost calculation. For example, if 3 levels of resellers are used, after every call 4 costs are calculated. One for the client and 3 for each reseller level.