Guidelines For Placing Purchase Orders
Business customers can place a purchase order (PO) through our Plimus registration service. POs should be printed directly from your accounting system on company letterhead. This document is kept on file with us and we invoice your company with Net 30 payment terms. We do not accept POs with terms longer than this.
There is a minimum $3.00 handling charge for processing a purchase order. This fee applies even for orders which specify electronic delivery.
How to Place a Purchase Order
1. Click the Buy Now button below, fill out the online order form, select Purchase Order from Method of Payment and click Next.
2. The resulting page will include the fax number, your reference number and it will function as your Pro-forma invoice.
3. Fax that page along with your PO form which must contain your PO number and the indicated vendor/supplier must be Plimus and not Heaventools. If you need a W-9 form to issue a PO, click here for a PDF version.
4. Note that if you need electronic delivery of our software, your purchase order must indicate the email address the software is to be sent to and the fact that your are requesting electronic delivery (so your accounting department does not hold up payment waiting for delivery of a product you already have).
With Business License, you (individual or company) can use the program in a business, academic, or government environment. You may use the program on exactly one computer per license. There are no floating (concurrent) licenses. If more than one person works with the program, you need to purchase additional licenses for each party. The license and unlock code will be assigned to the name provided at the time of purchase and will reflect the total number of licenses purchased.
Your license will remain valid for a period of 18 months. After this period it will remain functional, but you will not have the access to a new versions, upgrades and technical support.
Licenses are non-transferable. A company registered as a license user is assumed to be the owner of the license. Once issued, the license may not be transferred to another user or re-registered to another username. A company can allocate and deallocate company licenses to employees as needed.