Third Party Channel Partner

n.

Pronunciation

/θɜrd ˈpɑrti ˈʧænəl ˈpɑrtnərz/

Definition

An external company which markets and sells products or services of another company.

Third Party Channel Partners are retailers, vendors, and distributors which sell a good or service created by another party. Third Party Channel Partners may be end users of information architecture including hierarchies and schema.

Category

Business

Related Terms

Business to Business (B2B)

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