Electronic Commerce Sample Clauses

Electronic Commerce. The Parties recognize the growing role of electronic commerce for trade between them. With a view to supporting provisions of this Agreement related to trade in goods and services the Parties undertake to intensify their co-operation on electronic commerce for their mutual benefit. For that purpose the Parties have established the framework contained in Annex XVI.
Electronic Commerce. You must obtain the consent of Processor to process electronic commerce (“EC”) transactions, and you may process such transactions only if the transactions comply with the Payment Card Industry Security Standard requirements set forth below. If you submit EC transactions without Processor’s consent, Processor may immediately terminate this Agreement. You understand that transactions processed via EC are high risk and subject to a higher incidence of chargebacks. A Merchant must not refuse to complete an EC transaction using a MasterCard card solely because the Cardholder does not have a digital certificate or other secured protocol. You are liable for all chargebacks and losses related to EC transactions, whether or not: a) EC transactions have been encrypted; and/or b) you have obtained the consent of Processor to engage in such transactions. Encryption is not a guarantee of payment and will not waive any provision of this Agreement or otherwise validate a Fraudulent Transaction. You are responsible for contracting with a third party payment engine, payment gateway or other Internet service provider. You must ensure that such third parties transmit Sales Drafts to Processor and Member Bank in an acceptable format and in compliance with the Rules, including but not limited to PCI DSS. All communication costs related to EC transactions are your responsibility. You understand that Processor will not manage the EC telecommunications link and that it is your responsibility to manage that link. All EC transactions will be settled by Member Bank into a depository institution of the United States in U.S. currency.
Electronic Commerce. Supplier agrees to participate in all Company’s current and future electronic commerce applications and initiatives. For contract formation, administration, changes and all other purposes each electronic message sent between the parties within such applications or initiatives will be deemed: (a) “written” and a “writing”; (b) “signed” (in the manner below); and (c) an original business record when printed from electronic files or records established and maintained in the normal course of business. The parties expressly waive any right to object to the validity, effectiveness or enforceability of any such electronic message on the ground that a “statute of frauds” or any other law requires written, signed agreements. Between the parties, any such electronic documents may be introduced as evidence in any proceedings as business records originated and maintained in paper form. Neither party shall object to the admission of any such electronic document under either the best evidence rule or the business records exception to the hearsay rule. By placing a name or other identifier on any such electronic message, the party doing so intends to sign the message with his/her signature attributed to the message content. The effect of each such message will be determined by the electronic message content and by New York law, excluding any such law requiring signed agreements or otherwise in conflict with this paragraph.
Electronic Commerce. Any execution or amendment of this agreement which is conducted electronically by any of the parties is made in accordance with and governed by the Electronic Commerce Act, 2000, (Ontario). If this Agreement is executed on behalf of any party electronically, the natural person who selects the “Agree” button at the bottom of the “Agreement Ratificationpage on OTS’s web site on behalf of the executing party certifies that by selecting the “Agree” button, the natural person represents and warrants that he or she is at least eighteen years of age, and has been duly appointed with the authority to bind the executing party. [intentionally blank below this line]
Electronic Commerce. Supplier will use best efforts to participate in Electronic Data Interchange ("EDI") or other electronic commerce approach, under which the parties will electronically transmit and receive legally binding purchase and sale obligations ("Documents"), including electronic credit entries transmitted by Buyer to the Supplier account specified in the relevant SOW. Each party, at its own expense, will provide and maintain the equipment, software, services and testing necessary for it to effectively and reliably transmit and receive such Documents. Either party may use a third party service provider for network services, provided the other party is given sixty (60) days prior written notice of any changes to such services. A Document will be deemed received upon arrival at the receiving party's mailbox or Internet address and the receiving party will promptly send an acknowledgment of such receipt. The receiving party will promptly notify the originating party if a Document is received in an unintelligible form, provided that the originating party can be identified. In the absence of such notice, the originating party's record of the contents of such Document will prevail. Each party will authenticate Documents using a digital signature or User ID, as specified by Buyer, and will maintain security procedures to prevent its unauthorized use.
Electronic Commerce. The Parties, recognizing that the use of electronic means increases trade opportunities in many sectors, agree to promote the development of electronic commerce between them, in particular by cooperating on the market access and regulatory issues raised by electronic commerce.
Electronic Commerce. Buyer may issue scheduling documents (“Blanket Purchase Orders”) which may have the appearance of a normal WA, but do not include a delivery date. Such Blanket Purchase Orders are issued only as a logistical processing document to enable the use of electronic purchase order communications and are not binding in any manner and shall not be considered as WAs by the parties, regardless of quantities or prices that may be included in such Blanket Purchase Orders. Unless previously submitted by Supplier, in order to initiate electronic transfer of payments associated with this SOW, Supplier will complete the form entitledAuthorization for Electronic Funds Transfer” as provided to Supplier by Buyer and fax the completed form to Accounts Payable at the number included on the form.
Electronic Commerce. Seller agrees to participate in all of Buyer’s current and future electronic commerce applications and initiatives upon Buyer’s request, provided that Seller will not be obligated to spend more than [...***...] per year on such initiatives. For contract formation, administration, changes and all other purposes, each electronic message sent between the parties within such applications or initiatives will be deemed: a) “written” and a “writing”; b) “
Electronic Commerce. (a) MERCHANT may process electronic commerce (“EC”) transactions only if it has so indicated in this Agreement and only if MERCHANT has obtained BANK’S consent, and only if the transactions have been encrypted by a third party vendor acceptable to BANK. If MERCHANT submits EC transaction(s) without BANK’S consent, BANK may immediately terminate this Agreement. All transactions must comply with data security requirements as described in the Data Security Section of the Merchant Payment Card Application. MERCHANT understands that transactions processed via EC are high risk and subject to a higher incidence of chargebacks. MERCHANT is liable for all chargebacks and losses related to EC transactions, whether or not: i) EC transactions have been encrypted; and ii) MERCHANT has obtained BANK’S consent to engage in such transactions. Encryption is not a guarantee of payment and will not waive any provision of this Agreement or otherwise validate a fraudulent transaction. All communication costs related to EC transactions are MERCHANT’S responsibility. MERCHANT understands that BANK will not manage the EC telecommunications link and that it is MERCHANT’S responsibility to manage that link. All EC transactions will be settled by BANK into a depository institution in the United States in U.S. currency.