Add-On legal definition of Add-On
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A purchase of additional goods before payment is made for goods already purchased.
An add-on may be covered by a clause in an installment payment contract that allows the seller to hold a security interest in the earlier goods until full payment is made on the later goods.
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If a customer doesn't have large volume but is looking to add some functionality or aesthetic improvement to a part, this is a way to get to know multi-component technology," says Betts of Battenfeld, which recently introduced a new add-on
Adeptol Translation Add-On
helps improve business communications by providing access to translation at user's fingertips without the burden of switching applications or copying and pasting text," said Prateek Kathpal, founder and CEO of Adeptol.
version of Collavate allows any Google Drive users to create and process parallel and vertical electronic approvals.
for Google Docs is a great example of how Flow is doing that.