OnBoard definition

OnBoard means the software service known as “OnBoard” located at the URL xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx (or any successor URL) which establishes the framework for the creation of OnBoard Site(s) (defined below) and the transfer, storage and rendering of Posted Content. OnBoard includes remote access to the Software (defined below).
OnBoard means to enable or permit a technical integration with an ISV and the WhatsApp Business Solution (including messages), and/or give an ISV access to, the WhatsApp Business Solution (including messages).
OnBoard means onboard any means of transport used by the Carrier for a Combined Transport Shipment.

More Definitions of OnBoard

OnBoard means to furnish information to the Program Administrator in order to participate in the Program.

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  • Tanker means a cargo ship constructed or adapted for the carriage in bulk of liquid cargoes of an inflammable nature;

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  • Boot camp means a short term secure or nonsecure juvenile residential facility with highly

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