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#1 Ben and Cathy Kooi

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Posted 04 December 2015 - 03:14 PM

A few questions about LLRC digital audios:

1.  Is there a lag time between the digital subscription processing and the audios actually being available through LifeStream?

2.  Is there a way for the LLRC customer to make their digital subscription available as a "lending library" format to their employees without compromising their credit card information?  This can obviously be done with the physical audios.  Is there a way for this to happen with the digital audios?

 

Background: The chiropractic office we're working with is wanting to use LLRC tweek the LLRC schedule for their employees training.  Their plan is to take 2 months per unit of LLRC so that they have time to include their chiropractic specific training.  We're working with their options (physical subscriptions, digital subscriptions, etc.) to make the LLRC available to all of their 24 employees.  

 

General questions:

 

What are the strengths to sharing LLRC between employees vs. setting each employee up separately?

 

Thanks for your input!! 


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#2 martin.spusta

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Posted 09 December 2015 - 10:51 PM

Hello,

 

1. There is no lag between processing and the digital delivery.

2. We do not allow sharing of digital audios at this time.

 

Have a great day,

 

Martin



#3 Ammon Nelson

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Posted 14 December 2015 - 02:57 PM

A few questions about LLRC digital audios:

1.  Is there a lag time between the digital subscription processing and the audios actually being available through LifeStream?

2.  Is there a way for the LLRC customer to make their digital subscription available as a "lending library" format to their employees without compromising their credit card information?  This can obviously be done with the physical audios.  Is there a way for this to happen with the digital audios?

 

Background: The chiropractic office we're working with is wanting to use LLRC tweek the LLRC schedule for their employees training.  Their plan is to take 2 months per unit of LLRC so that they have time to include their chiropractic specific training.  We're working with their options (physical subscriptions, digital subscriptions, etc.) to make the LLRC available to all of their 24 employees.  

 

General questions:

 

What are the strengths to sharing LLRC between employees vs. setting each employee up separately?

 

Thanks for your input!! 

I would suggest setting each employee separately, having them purchase the course independently and then be re-imbursed once they finish the course.


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