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This guide shows how to do the following:

 

 

Payment Options

  • Credit Card: Available for any subscription plan at any price.
  • Wire transfer/Check: For sale amounts equal to or over $1,200.

 

Instructions

Getting a Sales Quote
  1. Log in to the CiraSync dashboard.
  2. Click REQUEST QUOTE in the Licensing pane of the CiraSync dashboard. (See figure below.)If this is the first time you are purchasing a CiraSync license, you will immediately see the Build a Sales Quote Step 1 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  3. Select the subscription plan you would like to purchase.
  4. Select the number of packs you would like to purchase. NOTE: CiraSync licenses come in packs of 10.
  5. Click NEXT. (See figure below.)You will be taken to the Step 2 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  6. Click on the pen icon to choose the Billing point of contact for CiraSync.
  7. Click EMAIL QUOTE to have the CiraSync sales quote emailed. (See figure below.)

 

Purchasing a New CiraSync Subscription without a Quote

NOTE: The following instructions apply to CiraSync Enterprise Edition users. If you are a CiraSync Personal Edition user, follow the instructions in this guide: How to Upgrade to CiraSync Enterprise Edition and return here to purchase the subscription.

  1. Click REQUEST QUOTE in the Licensing pane of the CiraSync dashboard. (See figure below.)If this is the first time you are purchasing a CiraSync license, you will immediately see the Build a Sales Quote Step 1 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  2. Select the subscription plan you would like to purchase.
  3. Select the number of packs you would like to purchase. NOTE: CiraSync licenses come in packs of 10
  4. Click NEXT. (See figure below.)You will be taken to the Step 2 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  5. Click on the pen icon to choose the Billing point of contact for CiraSync.
  6. Click BUY IT NOW. (See figure below.)You will be taken to a new window to fill in your payment information. (See figure below.)
  7. Fill in the required fields.
  8. Click PURCHASE. NOTE: CiraSync does not store card information.

 

Purchasing a New CiraSync Subscription with a Quote
  1. Click DETAILS in the Licensing pane of the CiraSync dashboard. (See figure below.)
  2. Click the Pay with credit card icon. (See figure below.) You will be taken to a new window to fill in your payment information.
  3. Fill in the required fields.
  4. Click PURCHASE. NOTE: CiraSync does not store card information.

 

Adding Seats to an Existing CiraSync Subscription
  1. Click REQUEST A QUOTE in the Licensing pane of the CiraSync dashboard. (See figure below.)
  2. Click the circle next to Add seats to an existing license.
  3. Click NEXT. (See figure below.)You will be taken to the Build a Sales Quote Step 1 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  4. Choose the number of packs you would like to add to the existing license.
  5. Click NEXT. NOTE: CiraSync licenses come in packs of 10. (See figure below.) You will be taken to Build a Sales Quote Step 2 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  6. Click BUY IT NOW. You will be taken to a new window to fill in your payment information. (See figure below.)
  7. Fill in the required fields.
  8. Click PURCHASE. NOTE: CiraSync does not store card information.

 

Renewing a CiraSync Subscription
  1. Click REQUEST A QUOTE in the Licensing pane of the CiraSync dashboard. (See figure below.)
  2. Click the circle next to Renewing an existing subscription.
  3. Click NEXT. (See figure below.) You will be taken to the Build a Sales Quote Step 1 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  4. Click NEXT. You will be taken to Build a Sales Quote Step 2 of 2 dialog box. (See figure below.)
  5. Click BUY IT NOW. 

 

For questions or concerns about making a purchase, adding seats to an existing subscription, or renewing a CiraSync subscription, send an email to [email protected] to automatically open a support ticket.

 

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