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KPI Fire User License Types

License Types & Departments in KPI Fire

In KPI Fire, each user will be assigned a User License Type and a Department. This blog post describes the primary user license types in KPI Fire. Each license type is listed on a single row. The columns headers refer to the area of software system. The intersection describes the type of access that the user license type has for the feature.

The Department refers to the department that the user is assigned to.  Some license types may have access limited to their own department.

License Types:

 

License Type Best For Goals Metrics Ideas Projects Settings
Admin License Main system admin or those who need to configure users info Read/Write All Read/Write All Read/Write All Read/Write All Read/Write All
Executive Department Admin Read/Write All
(dept & below)
Read/Write All
(dept & below)
Read/Write All
(dept & below)
Read/Write All
(dept & below)
Read/Write All
(dept & below)
Strategy License Users involved in goal planning process for their dept and below. Read/Write Own Dept Read/Write Own Dept Read/Write Own Dept Read/Write Own Dept View Only
Project License Project Mangers who are not setting their own goals Limited access, only for linking projects to existing Goals Limted access, only for linking projects to existing metrics Read/Write Own Read/Write Own No Access
Team Member Limited access for Project Team members Can view some goal data linked to their projects Can view some goal data for linked metrics Read/Write Own Read/Write Own No Access
Idea License Users who’s only interaction is idea submission No Access No Access Read/Write Own No Access No Access
View Only View only access. Can be limited to a specific department Read Own Department Read Own Department Read Own Department Read Own Department No Access

Read/Write Own Dept: The user can read and write all data input in this area and assigned to their department or below.
View Only: The user type can view data but can not edit.
No Access: The user does not have access to this feature.

2018-10-05T16:01:49+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Tips and Articles|

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