About organizations for procurement companies

Businesses use organizations to collaborate on shared projects with multiple owners and administrators. You can create an organization for your client, make a payment on their behalf, then pass ownership of the organization to your client.

To access an organization, each member must sign into their own personal user account.

Organization members can have different roles, such as owner or billing manager:

  • Owners have complete administrative access to an organization and its contents.
  • Billing managers can manage billing settings, and cannot access organization contents. Billing managers are not shown in the list of organization members.

Payments and pricing for organizations

We don't provide quotes for organization pricing. You can see our published pricing for organizations and Git Large File Storage. We do not provide discounts for procurement companies or for renewal orders.

We accept payment in US dollars, although end users may be located anywhere in the world.

We accept payment by credit card and PayPal. We don't accept payment by purchase order or invoice.

For easier and more efficient purchasing, we recommend that procurement companies set up yearly billing for their clients' organizations.

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