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Discover what Relesys can do for your business in an intro session with one of our industry experts, Marcus. Let’s unite your workforce.

What can I expect?

  • A brief conversation around your specific pain points and needs 
  • High-level overview of the Relesys platform, tailored to the way you work 
  • All your questions answered to make sure you have the information you need 
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Frequently asked questions

What is the process?

Simply sign up for a free demo and one of our specialists will contact you within 24 hours. We'll assist you in locating the right product(s) for you and will make a custom demo based on your requirements.

How much does it cost?

We don’t have a standard pricing structure or one-size-fits-all costs. We completely customize our solution based on your needs and wishes. This is because we want your platform to work for you and target your unique pains. Our team will provide you with a customized pricing proposal to help you achieve your desired business goals.

Which packages are the right one for me?

This entirely depends on the specific needs of your business. Our Essentials solution covers communication and company culture, while our Pro solutions expand your platform with focuses on training, operations, more communication features, and enhanced security. Our sales and implementation teams can help you find what features are right for you.

Can I purchase specific features separately?

No. Each of our four packages (Essentials, Communications Pro, Training Pro & Operations Pro) has their own unique set of features designed to solve specific challenges. If you're looking for a specific feature, we'd be happy to direct you to the plan that includes it by booking a session with one of our specialists.


Flexible pricing

Your platform should work for you. That’s why we have a flexible pricing structure to ensure your platform has exactly what you need, and excludes the features you don’t need, or you may want to add later on.