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LPI Cloud License & User Roles


The LPI Cloud platform uses both licenses and roles to allow and restrict access for users. This articles explains the difference between license and roles and which options are available for each. 

User Licenses

The LPI Cloud platform (LPICloud.com) has three user license types, each with different subscription and access levels.

  • Standard: This is a paid license. Allows access to…
    • All functions on the LPI Cloud platform.
    • All functions in LT3Raptor.
    • Examples include
      • Templators
      • Programmers
      • Managers
  • Cloud: This is a paid license. Allows access to…
    • All functions on the LPICloud platform. 
    • View-only access in LT3Raptor.
    • Examples include
      • Owners
      • Schedulers
      • Installers
      • Front office/sales
  • Default: This is a free license. Allows…
    • View-only access on the LPICloud platform.
    • View-only access in LT3Raptor
    • Extended access as determined by user role(s).
    • Examples
      • Accounts payable
      • Front office/administrators

User Roles

Apply user roles to user licenses that allow/restrict access to certain functions of the LPI Cloud platform and LT3Raptor.

  • Admin: Allows access to company account functions in LPI Cloud, including…
    • Company profile
    • Team members
    • Agreements
    • Job workflow
    • Edge-style sets
    • Examples
      • Owners/managers
      • Front office/administrators
  • Accounting: Allows access to accounting functions related to
    • Company subscription and payments
    • Company profile
    • Team members
    • Examples include
      • Accounts payable
  • Limited: Allows access to LPI Cloud and LT3Raptor related to that user’s job files and/or role with the company.
    • Examples include
      • In-house templators
      • Sub-contract templators
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