Do I have to purchase a subscription when I want to add a new client?

Do I have to purchase a subscription when I want to add a new client?

You can add another client even without buying a subscription right away because you have a 30-day free trial.

So, when you add your client's Organisation, you have 30 days to work on the workflows, and make sure that everything is set up correctly and working as expected. 
If the client then chooses to keep using ApprovalMax after the free trial, you'll need to add this Organisation to billing.


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