The BP 2014 Online
A single-user licence to the BP 2014 Online is included in the cost of your print edition. This single-user licence is granted solely to the designated holder of the product within an organisation.
If several people in your organisation need access to the BP simultaneously, you will need to purchase a concurrent user licence.
Registering for your single-user licence to the BP Online
This step-by-step guide will explain how to register for the BP Online.
Step 1: Find your BP 2014 Product ID
To register for you will need proof of purchase in the form of the unique product ID. You will find this at the bottom of the label on the inside front cover of Volume I of the print edition.
Step 2: Complete the BP 2014 single-user registration form
You will find the form at Single User Registration. You will need to complete all the required fields (marked with *). The details registered should be those of the individual user of the licence.
Once you have completed the form, click ‘submit’.
Step 3: Start accessing your BP 2014 electronically
Once you have submitted your form you will have instant access to the full content of the BP 2014 Online and all of the advanced functionality it provides.
If you have any questions regarding online access, please contact email@example.com.
Concurrent User Access
A concurrent user licence enables a designated number of employees to access the BP 2014 Online simultaneously. Once your licence is set up, employees within the organisation can simply visit this site (www.pharmacopoeia.co.uk) from any workstation to use the BP Online.
If you plan to, or already, access the BP Online from more than one workstation, you are legally bound to purchase a concurrent user licence.
The price for a concurrent user licence is based upon the number of people accessing the BP 2014 at any one time. Increasing discounts are available according to the volume of users.
Consortia pricing is available on request for academic organisations.
For more details and to request a quote today:
Tel: +44 (0)1603 69 6701
Online: Complete the Concurrent User Register for Information form.