Combining Versions is an approach which saves expenses of the user when he buys licenses. However, the easiest way for you to understand this is with an example: a shop with 5 cash-boxes and accounting management, which is not located in the shop. Thus, the suitable combining of versions for such a shop is – 4 RT, 1 RE and 1 SE. Why is this the most suitable variant? The cash-boxes in the shop make the sales by printing a sale’s slip or invoice. Respectively they get paid. This is why you need 4 RT – for sales and to get paid. RT cannot receive goods in the warehouse. This is why there is 1 RE. RT and RE do not have accounting module. The accounting uses SE version. The differences and the saved financial resources are described in the table below.
|#||Traditional approach (without combining)||Pantheon approach (with combining)||Difference|
|Version||Nu.||Single price||Total||Version||Nu.||Single price||Total||1 880.00|
|Total:||N/A||N/A||N/A||3 894.00||N/A||N/A||N/A||2 014.00|
There are certain rules when combining versions. Some combinations are impossible, which is logical. For instance, version GE (Governmental edition) cannot be combined with RT version. The following tables describe the possible combinations between the versions. Moreover, they are two because the user company of Pantheon 5.5 can combine them one way, while an accounting company has other opportunities of combining.
Combining of clients that are not accounting companies
You can check the possible combinations in the table below:
|#||Remote workplace||Server||Number of users|
|3||LT3||LT3||Up to 3|
Combining for accounting houses
|#||Remote workplace||Accounting house||Number of users|
|5||LT3||LT3||Up to 3|