Suppliers who use channel partners as part of their distribution network can use a one- or two-tier distribution channel. In a single-tier distribution system, the provider develops relationships with channel companies such as VARs, system integrators (SIs), and managed service providers (MSPs) that sell to end customers. In a two-step system, the supplier sells products to an independent distributor who, in turn, supplies products to channel partners who then package solutions for end customers. The two-step model makes dealer agreements necessary to facilitate relationships between distributors and channel partners. This Agreement and the annexed hereto (expressly incorporated therein) contain the complete and complete agreement between the Parties concerning the subject matter of this Agreement. it replaces all written proposals, written or other, written or other, concerning its subject matter. All amendments, revisions or additions to this Agreement shall be in writing and signed by authorized representatives of both Parties. Distributor acknowledges and agrees that any failure by Supplier to enforce any provision of this Agreement at any time or for any period of time shall not be deemed or construed as a waiver of such provisions or supplier`s right to enforce each provision thereafter. This agreement may be concluded in several considerations, each of which is considered original. The provisions of this Agreement, which are not fully fulfilled during the term of this Agreement, under the express terms of this Agreement, shall also apply after the termination of this Agreement, to the extent that they are applicable. As a general rule, a distributor agreement defines the conditions of sale of the products purchased by the distributor, the obligations and liabilities expected of the distributor and the circumstances in which the contract can be terminated.
A negotiation contract also makes it possible to fix the means of payment, the date of delivery and the extent of the merchant`s territorial rights. Supplier may provide Distributor with certain confidential or protected information (“Confidential Information”). Confidential information includes information, whether written, electronic or oral, that the distributor is aware of or reasonably known to be the owner, confidential or trade secret of the supplier, including all technical or commercial information, the software, including its source codes and documentation, specifications and design information of supplier products, service information, customer lists, pricing information, marketing information, guidelines, procedures and manuals regarding the supplier`s distributors or distribution channels, research and development and other ownership matters with respect to supplier products or supplier activities. . . .