It is important to note that to upload apps created by Swipecart, it is necessary that you register in the Apple Developer program as a company/organization. Your business must be a legal entity i.e., corporation, partnership, limited partnership, or limited liability company with a D-U-N-S number.
Click on this link to know how to obtain a D-U-N-S number for your legally registered business.
Click on this link to proceed with enrolling in the Apple Developer Program if you already have a D-U-N-S number.
If you have already enrolled in the Apple Developer program as an Individual, you need to change or transfer the Apple Developer account to the company/organization. Let’s see how to do it here.
Check if you have a D-U-N-S number using the D-U-N-S number lookup tool If not, request a D-U-N-S number.
Sign in to your Apple Developer account with your Apple ID.
Click Membership in the left menu.
Your membership details will be displayed. Note that your entity type will be displayed as Individual. Now, click Need to edit this information at the bottom right corner.
In the pop-up screen, click Provide your new organization information.
Complete filling in the form Individual to Organization Membership Update and click Send.
Representatives at Apple will get back within one or two days.
After the process completion, you can contact the team at Swipecart to help you in publishing your app on your App Store account.
If you have any questions regarding changing your Apple Developer account from Individual to Organization/Company, you can contact the implementation specialists at Swipecart or contact us here.
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