No. An AroFlo Site Administrator must first enable AroPoint GPS Tracking via Site Administration. This process creates an AroPoint 'user' for that Site Administrator. That AroPoint user can create additional AroPoint users if required, as well as creating AroPoint Objects, and changing settings.
AroPoint users can have different levels of access, just like in AroFlo. See Adding a User.
Should I create an AroPoint user for everyone I want to track?
No. You would only create an AroPoint user for someone who needs to view the location of people or assets that are being tracked.
For example, someone responsible for scheduling jobs may need to see where field staff are, so you might give that person access to AroPoint by making them a user. See Adding a User.
The people being tracked won't normally need access to the AroPoint Map, unless they're also involved in scheduling work for others. They will still be able to get directions to a job, though, by clicking the arrow next to Location within a job in AroFlo Field.
Is there a cost to using AroPoint?
It depends on how you want to track:
via a GPS tracking device either hard-wired or plugged in to a vehicle / piece of equipment - see our Pricing Schedule.