The Supplier administrator can associate new Subscription Plans to an existing application at any time. Select the application via the Application tab and navigate to Subscription Plans tab.
The Supplier administrator can create new subscription plans to associate with an Application by entering the following information for each of these plans:
- Name of the subscription plan – Enter up to 36 characters for optimal display on the Catalogue. This is presented in the Catalogue’s Application page.
- Features of the subscription plan – Enter up to 190 characters for optimal display on the Catalogue. This is presented in the Catalogue’s Application page.
- Unit name – Select one of the following: Per user, Per email domain, Per company for flat plans, Per x GB and Per x users for fixed plans.
- Price per month per unit – Enter a numeric value for at least one of the periodic payment options: Per month, Per quarter or Per annum.
- Minimum units - under which the subscription plan will not be valid.
- Maximum units - over which the subscription plan will not be valid. This is not a mandatory entry.
Note: The 'Price per Month' fields displayed below require the Supplier Administrator to input the monthly cost per selected Billing period, rather than the selected period's total cost. For example, a $12,000 annual subscription should be inputted as '$1000 per Month, Billed Annually' ($1000 * 12 Months = $12,000).
The Supplier administrator can continue making changes to the draft subscription plan.
Once the Supplier administrator is satisfied that the information for their Application and Subscription Plan(s) is complete, they submit their Application / Subscription Plan(s).
Upon submission, the Marketplace Platform administrator will receive an email notification. Thereafter, the Marketplace Platform administrator will review the Application and Subscription Plan(s) and will make the decision to approve or otherwise.
Once approved, the Application and Subscription Plan(s) will be published on the Marketplace catalogue.
Note: The GCDO 105 Cloud Risk Assessment must be submitted for a product to be published live on the catalogue. More information on this here.