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What do we mean by Turn Around Time?
Turn Around Time is the time that is given to you to take action in case of non-compliance. It is usually 30 minutes after the ticket is raised. If the time limit exceeds the allotted time, the ticket then becomes overdue.
Whom can I contact to resolve subscription and price-specific queries?
You can write to us at email@example.com or call at +1 (302) 231-0048. In case you’re facing any other technical or product-related issues please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why is SaaS famous?
SaaS brings simplification, access, and affordability together so that the businesses can now have access to complicated software and IT infrastructural components easily and at lower costs. It is the reason that today even large-scale enterprises like SAP, Oracle are adopting the SaaS model.
How does pricing work in Wobot?
Everybody is eligible for free usage of the platform where you get to onboard up to 10 cameras, unlimited team users, two pre-defined checklists that you can automate instantly, record videos for 30 hours per month, Cloud video storage of 24 hours feed, and use AI-powered features for 30 hours per month. Based on your business needs you can customize your own plan, which starts at $40 per location, per month. The advantages of going for a Custom Plan start at 4 cameras per location, all industry
How can I customize my plans?
Operations of every company vary depending on the industry they belong to. Our product experts can help you with tailoring a plan that best aligns with your operational needs. Write to us at email@example.com or call at +1 (302) 231-0048
What are checklists?
A checklist is a compilation of various use cases known as tasks. At Wobot, we offer various AI-based checklists such as the COVID-19 checklist, personal hygiene checklist, food hygiene checklist, and so much more. To know more about our offerings, please visit our
What are tasks?
Tasks are part of checklists and could be monitored for compliance or non-compliance. For example, if Covid-19 is a checklist, social distancing is part of this checklist and is called a task.
What are the biggest advantages of SaaS?
Cost-efficiency, ease of use, and improvements to core functionality are the major contributing factors to the increased adoption and usage of SaaS. Given below are the top advantages of SaaS: Accessibility: Ability to run via an internet browser 24/7 from any device. Operational Management: No installation, equipment updates, or traditional licensing management. Cost-Effective: No upfront hardware costs and flexible payment methods such as pay-as-you-go models.
Is Software as a Service a new concept?
Software as a service is not a new concept. It dates back to 1998, with companies and lots of corporations recently becoming more aware and using the software. You will be surprised to know even platforms like Netflix, Prime Video, etc., are all SaaS.
What is compliance?
Compliance simply means ‘complying’. If you do something right and follow the prescribed standards, then you are in compliance. For example, a worker wearing a facemask is facemask compliant. If the worker is spotted without a facemask, we will say that he is in non-compliance with the facemask standards. To know why it is important for your organization to be in compliance with internal as well as external standards, read our eBook on
What are the different ways of monitoring?
There are three ways of monitoring offered by Wobot.ai: Self-viewing AI Assisted viewing
What is SaaS software history?
In 1999, Salesforce launched its customer relationship management (CRM) platform as the first SaaS solution built from scratch to achieve record growth. In its infancy, the SaaS model was thought to be only for startups and small businesses. It was considered to be closed, slow, and unstable. But over the next several years, improvements to the internet that meant little to the traditional software industry did much for SaaS. In the earliest days of the SaaS industry, it was believed that s
What are events?
All acts of detection are known as events. For example, an employee wearing a hairnet in a restaurant is an event or an employee not wearing a facemask in an office is also an event.