A project is the same as a job and in the app indicates a job undertaken that would require an Operations and Maintenance Document to be produced
At the end of your 14-day trial, you’ll be displayed the subscription options to choose from.
Paying annually allows you to spread your project allocation across the entire year so if you are on the lite plan instead of only having five projects per month you can have any number of projects per month as long as you do not exceed your project total of 60 for the year. Paying annually also affords you a 15% reduction in costs.
Paid subscriptions automatically renew for the same subscription period unless you downgrade your plan or cancel before the end of the subscription period.
It only takes a few clicks to upgrade or downgrade. Just visit your Company page, and you can handle everything from there.
No, you keep your unused allowance if you upgrade however you will lose any unused credits if you choose to downgrade.
If you are on a monthly contract you can upgrade and downgrade your Dokkit subscription at any time giving you total flexibility of how and when you use it.
No matter which plan you are on you have unlimited manual revisions however if you delete your project and re-import after creating a manual this will count as a new project.
We offer special pricing for larger numbers of projects. Contact our team to learn more.