Applies to G Suite, Google Drive Enterprise, Cloud Identity Premium, and other paid services managed in the Google Admin console.
If Google bills you directly for your account, you can transfer account management to a Google reseller. A reseller can manage your account for your organization and provide other services, such as deployment and support. You're still the super administrator of your account—the transfer just lets your reseller add you as a customer.
When you transfer your Google account to a reseller or partner, their access to your domain includes the ability to:
- Provision or remove users
- Edit user details
- Reset user passwords
- Edit organizational groups
These abilities depend on the reseller’s level of access. For more information about reseller access to your domain, including restricting access, see Google reseller access to resold domains.
Transfer your account
To transfer the management of your account to a reseller, Google needs a transfer token. The token associates your account with your reseller. To get your transfer token:
- Go to admin.google.com/TransferToken.
- Sign in with your domain’s administrator username and password.
The page automatically generates a token.
- Give the token's alphanumeric code to your reseller, who can complete the transfer for you.
Note: Transfer tokens expire 14 days after being generated.
Billing after the transfer
After your reseller completes the transfer, the account becomes a new subscription. You now get billed by your reseller, not Google. For G Suite, the billing impacts of the transfer depend on your previous billing plan. For more information, see Billing for transferred customers.
Source Modified From: https://support.google.com/a/answer/7643790?hl=en