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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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Kanaela further urged CoW and law enforcement agencies to do something about those vendors operating outside the market at the parking area, saying that it is not fair for some people to pay for the market while others are allowed to sell on the parking.
Ensure your organization understands vendor risk-this is particularly important as you consider the risk of free vendors.
The vendors alleged that the partial release of stamp papers by the treasury office to favourite vendors had created the shortage.
Therefore, in the example, in the event the customer is unable to pay the $100 it owes to the vendor the vendor can cancel its $100 debt to the customer, resulting in a 100% recovery on its claim.
All insurance companies and producers enter into relationships with third-party vendors that provide necessary services and equipment.
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
Every employee in your organization that interfaces with vendors must be familiar with your vendor management program.
Use public records to verify the vendors' legitimacy and identify their officers, owners, and registered agents.
What is the vendor's track record with financial institutions?
Governance: This dimension establishes the lines of authority for the execution of vendor management functions and processes, defining roles and responsibilities for those involved.
I believe the real solution to low quality is to contractually eliminate the trend of flat-fee and high-volume/low-fee structures to provide an equitable ROI for vendors. Another alternative is to contract with smaller field service companies who have a vested interest in their vendors' financial success.
"Hundreds of distributors across EMEA nominate their preferred vendors by category, while vendor executives with EMEA responsibility, nominate their preferred distributors by sub-region."