The easiest way to think about different roles for people in an organisation is to use a few examples of different types of organisations. 

Organisation 1 - Office Based Business

Owner - The person who manages the business’ Setyl account, is responsible for paying for the subscription and managing access for others. This could be someone in IT, an Office Manager, an Operations person, etc.

Manager - Managers within the business, who may be granted additional permissions on Setyl

Supervisor - Not used in this example

Employee - All other employees

No access - Not used in this example

Organisation 2 - International Courier Business with Regional Teams

Owner - The person who manages the business’ Setyl account, is responsible for paying for the subscription and managing access for others. This could be someone in IT, an Office Manager, an Operations person, etc.

Manager - National IT Manager 

Supervisor - Regional Managers

Employee - All other employees 

No Access - Not used in this case 

Organisation 3 - School 

Owner - The person who manages the business’ Setyl account, is responsible for paying for the subscription and managing access for others. This could be someone in IT, an Office Manager, an Operations person, etc.

Manager - Support staff within the school and external contractors (e.g. for inspections)

Supervisor - Teachers

Employee - Not used in this case

No access - Each student (optional)

Although these examples are helpful to understand the different roles for people in your organisation, it depends on how you want to set up your organisation. We have built Setyl so that it enables clients to customise their “User Permissions” to their preference.