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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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Another vendor, Victoria Kanaela fumed that vendors are furious and tired of operating in a dirty area, adding that CoW does not respect vendors as they are hesitant to fix the pipe and blocked toilets at the market.
Proposals and recommendations were also sought from the vendors so that the licensed economic activities can be improved.
Map your data to identify data movement and vendors.
The public is invited to attend the Vendor Bridging Fair from 10:30 a.m.
Fayyaz Khan, another vendor, alleged that blue-eyed vendors got plenty of stamp papers from the district treasury office.
A vendors terms should also include a vendor's indemnification in favor of its customer and vice versa.
Vet the vendors. Conducting due diligence appropriate to the nature of the vendor relationship is important, and legally required in some jurisdictions.
Media representatives, resellers and vendors that have not yet registered for GATES - India ICT Reseller Channel Awards can submit an online application to attend here - http://thegates.biz
Having a policy--and following it when vendors are engaged--is never enough to demonstrate sound vendor management.
Use public records to verify the vendors' legitimacy and identify their officers, owners, and registered agents.
Following are five critical due diligence questions for mobile vendors.
People and Organizations: In addition to existing abilities in sourcing, cost management and contract negotiation, new skills will be required to manage vendors in the digital era, including data analytics, risk management and financial competencies.