Companies are accounts representing a group of users that belong to the same organization or enterprise. There are two types of company accounts: Public and Private companies:
- Private Company : A private company account is used for groups whose members are known (i.e. employees). The creation of user accounts is initiated and authorized by the Company Administrator. Users get their new account credentials by email. They don't have to signup and they don't have to enter any billing information because their account charges are paid by their company.
- Public Service: A public service is a virtual account used as the Public Service for online public subscriptions. Customers are invited to go to a Web site to signup. They get to choose their subscription packages and options, enter their user information and their billing method. Public companies don't pay for their users.
As the Company Administrator, you have administrator rights on the company’s profile and its members.