FAQ's - Evaluation & Proof of Concept of RoBOTic Document Controller Assistant

Evaluation of RDCA
  1. We want to evaluate the RDCA and check about its benefits before we make a purchase decision. Is it possible?
  2. What is the firms policy on pilot evaluation projects?
  3. What inputs are required from client side for performing the evaluation project?
  4. Is there any financial liability for performing the evaluation project on the prospective clients who want to evaluate the application?
  5. If there is a charge for evaluating the product, what is the same?
  6. Who continues to own the intellectual property rights for the data that is transacted via the application?
  7. What will happen to the data transacted if the evaluation is not taken further towards the purchase of the application?
  8. What is the time-cycle for evaluation & support required from the prospective clients?

1. We want to evaluate the RDCA and check about its benefits before we make a purchase decision. Is it possible?
YES – please contact – ddca@tbitsglobal.com


2. What is the firms policy on pilot evaluation projects?
The firm encourages the participants to share data on their representative project and evaluate the RDCA on Pilot Basis before making a purchase decision.
3. What inputs are required from client side for performing the evaluation project?
RDCA complies with the business rules and standards as are applicable to your projects. We request you to share your business rules, workflows and other standards as are applicable to your project including sample data with our professionals so that they can plan to do a simulation of your project on pilot basis.
4. Is there any financial liability for performing the evaluation project on the prospective clients who want to evaluate the application?
Usually No – however – in exceptional cases – there may be charges associated with the performance of the pilot. Such charges are discussed in advance and may pertain to direct costs associated with travel, boarding, lodging etc as associated in the pilot project.
5. If there is a charge for evaluating the product, what is the same?
NO
6. Who continues to own the intellectual property rights for the data that is transacted via the application?
All intellectual property rights continue to remain the property of their respective owners.
7. What will happen to the data transacted if the evaluation is not taken further towards the purchase of the application?
Usually – if the prospect is not proceeding ahead with the implementation of the system – the complete data will be either returned back to the owner or will be deleted after due concurrence taken from the owner of the data. When you agree with the terms and conditions of the pilot project – you agree to the above clause – which is included in the agreement.
8. What is the time-cycle for evaluation & support required from the prospective clients?
The range of time in which the product can be configured for pilot basis varies and the range can be from a couple of days to about 1 week.