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No PO, no pay, no work?

April 8, 2019

You’ve signed the contract with your customer, but you do not have a Purchase Order. Should you go ahead and deliver your product or service anyway?

Many companies have a "no Purchase Order, no pay" policy, so consequently you should have a "no Purchase Order, no work" policy.

Easier said than done.

RIABU's Simon Littlewood and Mark Laudi discuss how to keep your customer happy AND get paid on time.