financial service provider means any person, other than a representative, who as a regular feature of the business of such person –
The Service Provider means the organization or firm providing the services under this Contract.
Sub-Service Provider means any person / firm / Organization / company /entity (other than the Service Provider) and it’s legal representatives, successors and permitted assigns named in the Contract as a Sub-Service Provider for a part of the Services or to whom a part of the Services has been sub-Contracted with the written prior consent of the Employer.
Company Service Provider means an employee, individual consultant, individual independent contractor, individual self-employed contractor, leased or temporary employee or director of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.
Service Provider means an Employee, Director or Consultant.
Third Party Service Provider means any consultant, agent, advisor, or independent contractor who renders services to the Company, a Subsidiary, or an Affiliate that (a) are not in connection with the offer and sale of the Company’s securities in a capital raising transaction, and (b) do not directly or indirectly promote or maintain a market for the Company’s securities.
Cloud Service Provider or CSP means a company or organization that offers some component of cloud computing – typically Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) or Platform as a Service (PaaS) – to other businesses, organizations or individuals.
Certified service provider means an agent certified:
Home service provider means the facilities-based carrier or reseller with which the customer contracts for the provision of mobile telecommunications services.
Video service provider or "provider" means a person authorized under this act to provide video service.
Education service provider means an education management organization, school
Qualified service provider means a Person with specific educational training or at least two years of experience in delivering the Supportive Service(s).
Network Service Provider means the undertaking appointed by the ECB's Governing Council to provide computerised network connections for the purpose of submitting payment messages in TARGET2,
Ambulance service provider means Latrobe Health Services recognises the following providers for the purposes of paying benefits:
Internet service provider (ISP) is an Enhanced Service Provider that provides Internet Services, and is defined in paragraph 341 of the FCC’s First Report and Order in CC Docket No. 97-158.
Telecom Service Provider means any Telecom operator in India, who is licensed by the Department of Telecommunications (DOT), Government of India to provide telecom services to the general public or to the other DOT licensed Telecom operators. "Telecom Service Provider" also refers to any Telecom operator in other countries providing telecom services to general public of that country or to other telecom operators of the same country.
Third Party Service Providers means any third party wherever situated selected by us or any member of the BEA Group to provide services to it.
Health Service Provider or "provider" means either:
Information Service Provider A provider of Information Service. Information Service Provider includes, but is not limited to, Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
Replacement Service Provider means any third party service provider appointed to perform the Services by the Purchaser from time to time.
Internet Service Provider (ISP) means an Enhanced Service Provider (ESP) that provides Internet Services.
Transmission Service Provider means the entity that administers the transmission tariff and provides transmission service to transmission customers under applicable transmission service agreements.
Wireless service provider means a person that provides wireless service to the public.
energy service provider means a natural or legal person who delivers energy services or other energy efficiency improvement measures in a final customer’s facility or premises;
Local Service Provider or “LSP” means a non-incumbent carrier licensed by the Commission with the appropriate certification (e.g., a Certificate of Authorization or Service Provider Certificate of Authorization) and authority necessary to provide Exchange Services.
Current Service Provider means the Party from which an End User Customer is planning to switch its local exchange service or the Party from which an End User Customer is planning to port its telephone number(s).