Before you can start adding organizations
into your database, your administrator must first determine your levels. The organizational levels are the structure
of your site, for example, org, sub-org, department, and unit.
The three main organization categories
a Parent Organization is the highest level in your organization structure. It is referred to as a parent because it can
have dependent organizations below it.
Organization: a Child Organization is subordinate to another
organization. A Child Organization always belongs to another organization and
is one level lower than the organization to which it belongs. You can add a
child to a parent, child, or another child organization.
Organization: a Peer Organization is at the same level
as the organization to which it is associated, it is more of a support
organization. It is not a sub-ordinate
or child of the organization. A peer
organization can be at any level within your organization levels.
You must first add the
Parent Organization and then its Peer and/or Children organizations.