Purchasing Managers only!
If currently registered, see below.
Avoid hypphens and apostophes. Simply slip them together, for example, BillieJo.
Avoid hypphens and apostophes. Simply slip them together, as in OBrien
Keep this simple. There are other protections built in to prevent misuse by others. Your people will use 'User2'-'UserX' depending on your plan you choose. Make it easy on yourself!
Your Personal Email Address**
ONLY use a private email address that no one else will read. Security issues regarding your account will come to this email. Otherwise, you will see minimal activity here. See below.
**Roll your mouse over the labels to see very important instructions. This will help you maintain the security of your purchases!
Your Cell Telephone Digits Only**
You may provide a company telephone, but it is better to provide your cell number. If we need to clarify something for the database, it is best to talk only to you. If you change numbers, there is a provision for that, but your first number is your registration number, held indefinitely. No one else should have access.
This must be unique enough to avoid duplication by outsiders, but not so difficult as to create problems for staff. They all use your password. For example, you might use part of your last name and immediately add on the last four digits of your phone number. (Ex: Doe4523) Do not share this with people outside of your company. Your staff cannot use their own sign up to change your credentials. If someone leaves the company, change the password. See the link on this form to do so.
Confirm password- must match
**Secret Keyword- Pay Attention!
We sugggest a long lost relative's middle name. But, remember, this means SECRET. It is easy to just let the support people do it for you. That is an easily exploited weakness that disgruntled employees can use against you. This is an automated system. You will be notified quickly by email of any change to your credentials and how to quickly restore them. Someone else seeing that warning is no help at all, right?