Third Party Providers Sample Clauses

Third Party Providers. The Customer acknowledges that the Services may enable or assist it to access the website content of, correspond with, and purchase products and services from, third parties via third-party websites and that it does so solely at its own risk. The Supplier makes no representation or commitment and shall have no liability or obligation whatsoever in relation to the content or use of, or correspondence with, any such third-party website, or any transactions completed, and any contract entered into by the Customer, with any such third party. Any contract entered into and any transaction completed via any third-party website is between the Customer and the relevant third party, and not the Supplier. The Supplier recommends that the Customer refers to the third party’s website terms and conditions and privacy policy prior to using the relevant third-party website. The Supplier does not endorse or approve any third-party website nor the content of any of the third-party website made available via the Services.
Third Party Providers. Except for those terms and conditions that specifically apply to Third Party Providers, under no circumstances shall any other person be considered a third party beneficiary of this Agreement or otherwise entitled to any rights or remedies under this Agreement. Except as may be provided in Third Party Agreements, Company shall have no rights or remedies against Third Party Providers, Third Party Providers shall have no liability of any nature to the Company, and the aggregate cumulative liability of all Third Party Providers to the Company shall be $1.
Third Party Providers. Reseller and other third-party providers, some of which may be listed on pages within SFDC’s website and including providers of Third-Party Applications, offer products and services related to the Platform, the SFDC Service, and/or the Reseller Application, including implementation, customization and other consulting services related to customers’ use of the Platform and/or the SFDC Service, and applications (both offline and online) that interoperate with the Platform and/or the SFDC Service such as by exchanging data with the Platform and/or the SFDC Service or by offering additional functionality within the user interface of the Platform and/or the SFDC Service through use of the Platform and/or SFDC Service's application programming interface. SFDC does not warrant any such third-party providers or any of their products or services, including but not limited to the Reseller Application or any other product or service of Reseller, whether or not such products or services are designated by SFDC as “certified,” “validated” or otherwise. Any exchange of data or other interaction between You and a third-party provider, including but not limited to the Reseller Application, and any purchase by You of any product or service offered by such third-party provider, including but not limited to the Reseller Application, is solely between You and such third-party provider. In addition, from time to time, certain additional functionality (not defined as part of the Platform or SFDC Service) may be offered by SFDC or Reseller to You, for an additional fee, on a pass-through or OEM basis pursuant to terms specified by the licensor and agreed to by You in connection with a separate purchase by You of such additional functionality. Your use of any such additional functionality shall be governed by such terms, which shall prevail in the event of any inconsistency with the terms of this SFDC Service Agreement.
Third Party Providers. The Services receive Client Data from third party sources and are dependent on the third party's services, software, applications, platforms (such as third party social media, business networking platforms systems, telecommunications carriers, or other messaging or communication services or APIs) (“Third Party Services”). Third Party Services are not offered, controlled or provided by Smarsh. A Third-Party Service may make changes to its service, or components thereof, or suspend or discontinue a service without notice to Smarsh. In addition, the availability of the Third-Party Service may depend on Client’s compliance with the Third-Party Service terms. The Third-Party Service will have access to Client’s data and will provide Client Data to Smarsh. Smarsh does not control and is not responsible or liable for how the Third-Party Service transmits, accesses, processes, stores, uses, or provides data to Smarsh. Smarsh expressly disclaims all liability related to or arising from any Third-Party Service, including Client’s use thereof, or liability related to or arising from any updates, modifications, outages, delivery failures, corruption of data, loss of data, discontinuance of services, or termination of Client’s account by the Third-Party Service. Client is solely responsible for ensuring Client complies with all Third-Party Service terms and conditions. Client acknowledges that certain Third-Party Services do not represent that they are suitable for sensitive communications and do not encrypt messages sent over such Third-Party Services networks, including social media providers, telecommunication carriers and certain messaging platforms. Client agrees that if Client transmits sensitive health or financial information via these unsecure Third Party Services networks, Client assumes all risk associated with such transmission and is responsible for any damages or losses incurred with respect to transmitting such sensitive data over such networks and to Smarsh. Such transmission may also be a breach of the AUP.
Third Party Providers. If you are registered for My Account, you can choose to let a third party provider, called ‘account initiation services provider’ (or AIS for short), access information on your My Account to allow you to see your accounts with other providers like banks and card issuers in one place. The AIS must be authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority or another European regulator. In the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority’s register at xxxxx:// will tell you whether an AIS is authorised. If you want to allow an AIS to access your My Account, you must first contact us and give your consent to arrange for secure access to be given to that third party provider. If we are concerned about the security of your My Account or your card, or we suspect that your My Account is being used for, or in connection with, any fraudulent, grossly negligent or unauthorised purposes, we may refuse to allow an AIS access. If we refuse access and we are allowed under relevant laws and regulations, we will tell you as soon as we can by phone or email.
Third Party Providers. If Customer uses certain features of the UiPath RPA Platform in conjunction with third party data, products, services, and platforms, then Customer is responsible for complying with the terms and conditions required by such third-party providers, and all such use is at Customer’s own risk.
Third Party Providers. 6.1 With the Solution you may receive Third Party Software. You cannot use the Third Party Software by itself; you can only use it in the course of using the Solution. If you do use Third Party Software, you agree to adhere to any licence agreement provided with that Third Party Software. If there is no licence agreement with that Third Party Software, this Agreement will apply to how you use the Third Party Software. You also agree to keep to any other conditions we impose on using the Third Party Software.
Third Party Providers. The College does not have any current third party agreements. In the event, a third party is providing training and assessment under an agreement with the College, students are assured that the College:
Third Party Providers. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Customer’s use of Data Processing Software developed by Third-Party Providers may require disclosure of Customer’s data to such Third-Party Providers, and that the Oxford Group may, pursuant to Section 4.3 of this Agreement, disclose and transmit such data to such Third-Party Providers. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Customer’s access to, download of and/or use of Third- Party Provider Data Processing Software operates as a transaction between Customer and Third- Party Provider in which the Oxford Group acts solely as agent, and that Third-Party Provider alone is responsible under any agreements presented or agreed to in connection with Customer’s access to, download of and/or use of Third-Party Provider Data Processing Software (“Third- Party Agreements”). Further, Customer acknowledges and agrees that each member of the Oxford Group is a third-party beneficiary of any Third-Party Agreements and, upon Customer’s acceptance of the terms of any Third-Party Agreements, and each member of the Oxford Group will have a right to enforce such Third-Party Agreements against Customer. The Oxford Group makes no representation, warranty or promise regarding Third-Party Providers or their Data Processing Software.
Third Party Providers. If Provider receives written notice from any third party service provider that such Person intends to terminate a service pursuant to which Provider provides a Service to Recipient, then Provider shall provide a copy of such written notice to Recipient and shall use commercially reasonable efforts to secure the continued provision of that service from such third party or an alternative service provider. If Provider is unable to secure the continued provision of that service from such third party or an alternative service provider, Provider shall not be required to provide the affected Service.