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Genea Essential vs. Genea Enterprise: A Comprehensive Comparison Guide
Genea Essential vs. Genea Enterprise: A Comprehensive Comparison Guide

Understanding the Differences and Choosing the Right Subscription Plan for Your Business

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Written by Genea Developer
Updated over a week ago

Purpose

Genea offers two subscription plans, Genea Essential and Genea Enterprise, tailored to meet the diverse needs of businesses.

This document aims to provide a clear differentiation between these two plans, helping end users understand the key features and limitations of each.

Genea Essential

Genea Essential is a limited subscription plan designed for businesses seeking a cost-effective access control solution with essential features. Here are the key differentiators of Genea Essential:

  • User Licenses:

Limited User Licenses: Genea Essential restricts the number of user licenses that can be assigned within the system. This means that there is a maximum limit to the number of individuals who can have access permissions.

  • App-Based Keys:

Limited App-Based Keys: With Genea Essential, the allocation of app-based keys is limited. App-based keys provide users with convenient and secure access using their mobile devices.

  • Wallet Keys:

Limited Wallet Keys: Genea Essential places a cap on the number of wallet keys that can be assigned. Wallet keys enable users to access designated areas using compatible smart devices.

Genea Enterprise

Genea Enterprise is an unlimited subscription plan, providing businesses with full access to all features and functionalities without any limitations. Here are the key differentiators of Genea Enterprise:

  • User Licenses:

Unlimited User Licenses: Genea Enterprise allows businesses to assign an unlimited number of user licenses, providing the flexibility to grant access permissions to all necessary individuals within the organization.

  • App-Based Keys:

Unlimited App-Based Keys: Genea Enterprise offers unrestricted app-based keys, enabling users to utilize their mobile devices for secure and convenient access to authorized areas.

  • Wallet Keys:

Unlimited Wallet Keys: Genea Enterprise allows businesses to assign an unlimited number of wallet keys, providing users with seamless access to designated areas using compatible smart devices.

Conclusion

In summary, Genea Essential and Genea Enterprise offer distinct subscription plans to cater to different business requirements. Genea Essential provides a cost-effective solution with limited user licenses, app-based keys, and wallet keys. On the other hand, Genea Enterprise offers unlimited access to all features and functionalities, allowing businesses to scale without constraints.

Carefully evaluate your business needs, budget, and desired level of access control to determine which plan is the best fit for your organization.

For further assistance or to discuss your specific requirements, please reach out to our dedicated team at acsupport@getgenea.com.

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