Sales Order definition

Sales Order means any order form or other writing agreed between Customer and Reseller Partner identifying the Services to be made available by Expel pursuant to this Agreement, the subscription term, and any limitations or restrictions in connection with Customer’s access to and use of such Services.
Sales Order means a request by you to receive the Services or a change or variation in respect of the same (but not a disconnection) which is submitted either (i) using the Order Form as made available to you by us, and/or (ii) such a request made orally and which is converted into an Order Form by us, which in either case shall constitute an offer by you for the provision of the Services subject to the terms of this Agreement;
Sales Order means the sales order form, statement of work, or other written document detailing the Products and Services being procured by Customer, and which references this MSA.

Examples of Sales Order in a sentence

  • For the avoidance of doubt, the Rental as stated in Section E of the Sales Order Form shall be debited from the designated payment card on the Rental Date until the expiry of the Rental Period or earlier determination of this Agreement.

  • The Company agrees to install and rent to the Customer the Product as specified in Section E(i) of the Sales Order Form hereof at the Installation Address specified in Section A of the Sales Order Form (the “Site”) subject to the terms and upon the conditions hereinafter set out.

  • Notwithstanding any other provision contained herein, the Agreement shall only be effective upon the payment, by the Client to the Provider, of the setup fee and/or any ancillary Financial Obligations provided in the pertinent Sales Order.

  • The Initial Term (or the Initial Sales Order Term, as applicable) under the Agreement will be changed to three (3) years commencing on the Rate Lock Effective Date (as defined herein).

  • The Charges will be invoiced as set forth in the applicable Sales Order according to the agreed Charging Method which the Client shall pay to the Provider within a period of 10 ten days following the issue of an invoice by the Provider.


More Definitions of Sales Order

Sales Order means, irrespective of its title, a cover document that sets out details of Services to be provided, duration of the Agreement, payment of Charges, and the applicable Charging Method, incorporating these Terms and Conditions signed by, and binding on, both parties;
Sales Order means the sales order form, statement of work, or other written document for the Products and Services that is either (A) executed between Adobe and Customer; or (B) if no such documents are executed between Adobe and Customer and Customer is purchasing through an Adobe Partner, executed between Customer and the Adobe Partner.
Sales Order means any acceptance, acknowledgement or confirmation of a Purchase Order confirmed in writing by the Seller or its authorised representatives to which these Terms of Supply are attached and issued to the Buyer;
Sales Order means the ordering documents for purchases hereunder, including addenda thereto, that are entered into between You and Us from time to time. Purchase Orders and Sales Orders shall become effective when agreed to by both You and Us or when submitted using the standard form through Our Site. All Purchase Orders shall be deemed incorporated herein by reference.
Sales Order means any mutually agreed, written sales order, executed on behalf of Xxxx and the Customer including its exhibits and addenda, describing the Subscription Services, Support Program, Professional Services (if applicable), fees, and any special terms for using the Services that the Customer has ordered. Each Sales Order becomes effective when executed by both Xxxx and the Customer, and is made part of this Agreement as described in Section 1.2.
Sales Order means the ordering documents which incorporate the terms of this Agreement.
Sales Order means those certain documents executed by OEM and accepted by Licensor from time to time detailing among other things: (i) the Software licensed and the term of such license, (ii) the type of licenses being purchased, including such items as whether the license is for OEM to provide the Bundled Software to End Customers through On-Premise and/or SaaS Access use, etc.; (iii) the amounts due; (iv) the Territory; (v) whether the Software is licensed for internal use by OEM in accordance with Section 2.2.2 hereof; (vi) the number of Authorized Users granted access to the Software; (vii) the number of Authorized Servers; (viii) the OEM Software and (ix) the Business Scope for which the Software is licensed.