Supplier Profit Margin definition

Supplier Profit Margin means, in relation to a period or a Milestone (as the context requires), the Supplier Profit for the relevant period or in relation to the relevant Milestone divided by the total Call Off Contract Charges over the same period or in relation to the relevant Milestone and expressed as a percentage;
Supplier Profit Margin means, in relation to a period, the Supplier Profit for the relevant period divided by the total Charges over the same period in respect of any Call Off Agreements and expressed as a percentage;
Supplier Profit Margin has the meaning given in Schedule 7 (Charges and Invoicing);

More Definitions of Supplier Profit Margin

Supplier Profit Margin has the meaning given in Schedule 7.1 (Charges and Invoicing);
Supplier Profit Margin means, in relation to a period or a Milestone (as the context requires), the Supplier Profit for the relevant period or in relation to the relevant Milestone divided by the total Call Off Contract Charges over the same period or in relation to the relevant Milestone and expressed as a percentage;"Supplier Representative"means the representative appointed by the Supplier named in the Letter of Appointment;"Supplier's Confidential Information"meansa) any information, however it is conveyed, that relates to the business, affairs, developments, IPR of the Supplier (including the Supplier Background IPR) trade secrets, Know-How, and/or personnel of the Supplier;b) any other information clearly designated as being confidential (whether or not it is marked as "confidential") or which ought reasonably to be considered to be confidential and which comes (or has come) to the Supplier’s attention or into the Supplier’s possession in connection with this Call Off Contract;c) information derived from any of the above."Template Call Off Terms"means the template terms and conditions in Annex 2 of Framework Schedule 4 (Template Letter of Appointment and Template Call Off Terms);"Template Order Form"means the template order form in Annex 1 of Framework Schedule 4 (Template Letter of Appointment and Template Call Off Terms);"Tender"means the tender submitted by the Supplier to the Authority and annexed to or referred to in Framework Schedule 20;"Termination Notice"means a written notice of termination given by one Party to the other, notifying the Party receiving the notice of the intention of the Party giving the notice to terminate this Call Off Contract on a specified date and setting out the grounds for termination;"Third Party IPR"means Intellectual Property Rights owned by a third party which is or will be used by the Supplier for the purpose of providing the Services;“TUPE”means the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246) as amended or replaced or any other Regulations implementing the Acquired Rights Directive"Transferring Supplier Employees"means those employees of the Supplier and/or the Supplier’s Sub-Contractors to whom the Employment Regulations will apply on the Service Transfer Date."Undelivered Services"has the meaning given to it in Clause 7.2.1 (Services);
Supplier Profit Margin has the meaning given in schedule 7.1 (Charges and Invoicing);

Related to Supplier Profit Margin

  • Supplier Profit means, in relation to a period or a Milestone (as the context requires), the difference between the total Call Off Charges (in nominal cash flow terms but excluding any Deductions) and total Costs (in nominal cash flow terms) for the relevant period or in relation to the relevant Milestone;

  • Rate of Gross Profit means the gross profit earned expressed as a percentage of the turnover during the period between the date of the commencement of the business and the date of the incident.

  • Licensed Level means a) when referenced in the context of a Named User, the quantity of Metric for which each individual Named User category and type is licensed -and- b) when referenced in the context of a Package, the quantity of Metric for which each individual Package is licensed; and

  • Working level month (WLM) means an exposure to 1 working level for 170 hours (2,000 working hours per year divided by 12 months per year is approximately equal to 170 hours per month).

  • Floating Profit/Loss in a CFD shall mean current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the current Quotes (added any commissions or fees if applicable).

  • Hedged Margin for CFD trading shall mean the necessary margin required by the Company so as to open and maintain Matched Positions.