Xtime Service definition

Xtime Service means the collective term used herein to describe the Xtime retention system, including Xtime’s SaaS hosting infrastructure used to deliver and support it.
Xtime Service means the collective term used herein to describe the Xtime retention system, including Xtime’s SaaS hosting infrastructure used to deliver and support it. Solely with respect to limitations on use of the Xtime Service set forth in this Agreement, Xtime Service includes any interfaces between the Xtime Service and applicable DealershipsDMS (“Third Party Interface”).

Examples of Xtime Service in a sentence

  • Nothing in this Agreement will: (i) prevent Provider from making changes to the Provider System that will not affect the functioning of the Xtime Interface or the Xtime Service; and (ii) require Xtime to modify the Xtime Service or the Xtime Interface for any changes that Provider makes to the Provider System or the Provider Integration.

  • Provider acknowledges that the Provider Integration for each Integration Module will only be provided for those Mutual Dealer Clients that provide explicit permission for Provider to access their Xtime Service.

  • Except for the rights expressly granted to Provider under this Agreement, Provider will not have any right, title or interest in or to the Xtime Service and the Xtime Interface, or any other technology, materials or intellectual property of Xtime and its licensors, and nothing herein will effect a transfer of any intellectual property rights or any other ownership rights away from Xtime or its licensors.

  • In the event of any degradation or adverse impact to the Xtime Service, upon notification from Xtime, Provider will investigate the cause of issue and promptly terminate those processes causing such degradation or adverse impact and implement any necessary changes to the Provider System to prevent such degradation or adverse impact from reoccurring.

  • Provider may not operate, manage, or modify the Provider System and the Provider Integration in any manner that will knowingly disrupt or degrade the performance of the Xtime Interface or the Xtime Service; provided, however, that the foregoing will not apply to any modifications necessary in order to comply with applicable Laws, in which case Provider will give Xtime reasonable advance Email Notice thereof.

  • Xtime and its licensors reserve and retain all of their intellectual property rights and ownership rights to the Xtime Service and the Xtime Interface, including any and all enhancements thereto conceived, made or implemented during all phases of development and release thereof.

  • Xtime will use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain the Xtime Service and the Xtime Interface, so that the Provider System will be capable of transmitting Data to and receiving Data from the Xtime Service through the Provider Integration.

  • Xtime may make modifications to the Xtime Service and/or the Xtime Interface as Xtime deems reasonably necessary or appropriate for the operation or improvement of the Xtime Service.

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  • Provider will use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain the Provider System and the Provider Integration so that the Xtime Service will be capable of receiving Data from and transmitting Data to the Provider System through the Xtime Interface.

Related to Xtime Service

  • CMU Service means the Central Moneymarkets Unit Service, operated by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority;

  • Online Service means our on-line system for managing the electronic transmission of information between us and Providers;

  • Cloud Service means any distinct, subscription-based, hosted, supported and operated on-demand solution provided by SAP under an Order Form.

  • Generation Service means the sale of electricity, including ancillary services such as the provision of reserves, to a Customer by a Competitive Supplier.

  • Police Service means the Ontario Provincial Police or a police service maintained by a police service board; (“service de police”)

  • Toll Free Service means service provided with any dialing sequence that invokes Toll Free, i.e., 800-like, service processing. Toll Free Service currently includes calls to the Toll Free Service 800/888/877/866 NPA SAC codes.

  • 911 Service means a universal telephone number which gives the public direct access to the Public Safety Answering Point (“PSAP”). Basic 911 service collects 911 calls from one or more local exchange switches that serve a geographic area. The calls are then sent to the correct authority designated to receive such calls.

  • Mobile Service means a radio communication service carried on between mobile stations or receivers and land stations, and by Mobile Stations communicating among themselves, and includes (a) both one-way and two-way radio communication services, (b) a mobile service which provides a regularly interacting group of base, mobile, portable, and associated control and relay stations (whether licensed on an individual, cooperative, or multiple basis) for private one-way or two-way land mobile radio communications by eligible users over designated areas of operation, and (c) any service for which a license is required in a personal communications service established pursuant to the FCC proceeding entitled ''Amendment to the Commission's Rules to Establish New Personal Communications Services'' (GEN Docket No. 90-314; ET Docket No. 92-100), or any successor proceeding.

  • broadcasting service means any service which consists of the broadcasting of television or sound broadcasting programs to the public, sections of the public or subscribers to such a service;

  • Fire Service means any deployment of firefighting personnel and/or equipment to extinguish a fire or perform any preventative measure in an effort to protect equipment, life, or property in an area threatened by fire. It also includes the deployment of firefighting personnel and/or equipment to provide fire suppression, rescue, extrication, and any other services related to fire and rescue as may occasionally occur.

  • Company Service means the Company's email, Internet, security management services provided to End Users for the purposes of conducting Company's internal business.

  • flight information service means a service provided for the purpose of giving advice and information useful for the safe and efficient conduct of flights;

  • 800 service means a telecommunications service that:

  • Wholesale Service means Telecommunication Services that Sprint provides at retail to subscribers who are not telecommunications carriers as set forth in 47 USC § 251(c)(4) which Sprint provides to resellers at a wholesale rate.

  • Active Service means a Covered Person is either 1) actively at work performing all regular duties at his or her employer’s place of business or someplace the employer requires him or her to be; 2) employed, but on a scheduled holiday, vacation day, or period of approved paid leave of absence; or 3) if not employed, able to engage in substantially all of the usual activities of a person in good health of like age and sex and not confined in a Hospital or rehabilitation or rest facility.

  • In-service means an educational program, which is designed to increase the knowledge, skills, and overall effectiveness of personnel.

  • Education service provider means an education management organization, school

  • Distribution Service means the delivery of electricity to Customers by the Distribution Company.

  • air service means any scheduled air service performed by aircraft for the public transport of passengers, mail or cargo.

  • 900 service means an inbound toll telecommunications service purchased by a subscriber that allows the subscriber's customers to call in to the subscriber's prerecorded announcement or live service, and which is typically marketed under the name "900 service" and any subsequent numbers designated by the federal communications commission. "900 service" does not include the charge for collection services provided by the seller of the telecommunications service to the subscriber, or services or products sold by the subscriber to the subscriber's customer.

  • Self-service display means the open display or storage of Tobacco Products or Tobacco Paraphernalia in a manner that is physically accessible in any way to the general public without the assistance of the retailer or employee of the retailer and a direct person-to-person transfer between the purchaser and the retailer or employee of the retailer. A vending machine is a form of Self-Service Display.

  • alerting service means a service provided to notify appropriate organisations regarding aircraft in need of search and rescue aid, and assist such organisations as required;

  • Home service provider means the facilities-based carrier or reseller with which the customer contracts for the provision of mobile telecommunications services.

  • Software as a Service or “SaaS” means a licensing delivery model wherein software or other hosted services are licensed on a subscription basis, centrally hosted, and remotely accessed by users.

  • Vesting Service of an employee means the period or periods of service credited to him under the provisions of Article II for purposes of determining his vested interest in his Employer Contributions Sub-Account, if Employer Contributions are provided for under either Article VI or Article XXII.

  • Commercial Service means service to Customers engaged primarily in the sale of goods or services including institutions and local, sate and federal government agencies for uses other than those involving manufacturing or electric power generation.