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vendor

(vĕn′dĕr) [L. vendor, seller]
Any person or company that designs, develops, sells, and/or supports goods or services to or for another party.
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City officials acknowledge that illegal vendors are a growing problem, posing health risks, taking away customers from legitimate businesses and impacting the neighborhood's quality of life.
Many vendors in an effort to capitalize on the iSCSI trend quickly packaged up 1U and 2U servers with an embedded operating system, some iSCSI software and lots of ATA disk drives.
Vendors can work with their CCTL and the DoD to determine a reasonable period of time for the product evaluation, which could be any number of months depending primarily on product complexity, vendor evidence preparedness, assurance level chosen, and the lab's familiarity with the technology.
With the vendor collaboration model, "The solution we put together is a combination of our products.
To make such a system acceptable to Japanese vendors, the system has to be reliable, transparent and fair.
A few days later, he received a telephone call from a vendor who had recently started doing business with Bruce.
Chinatown has always had illegal vendors who sell knock-offs and kitsch, but in the past year the industry has grown and the vendors are offering more sophisticated counterfeit goods that are in high demand.
Having made the decision to solicit proposals brings us to the vendor selection arena.
The IRS's determination is based solely on a review of the vendor and reseller's agreement (i.
Eight guiding principles can help you choose the right vendor as you shop for that "perfect" computer system:
The report evaluates the main vendors in the space, reflecting interviews with more than 40 of their end user customers.
Only in that way can you make sure that the vendor you select is fully prepared to be a partner in your success.