software vendor

software vendor

A commercial organization that acquires or develops software to sell to the end user. Every year, Software Magazine ranks the top 500 software companies worldwide. To view the list, visit www.softwaremag.com.
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For example, also in March, 23 TEI representatives from 19 corporations met with IRS officials and tax software vendor representatives (CorpTax, Vertex, RIA InSource, and Tax Technologies) to discuss e-filing compliance.
A recent XBRL Software Vendor Survey shows two-thirds of accounting software vendors have either already XBRL-enabled at least one of their accounting software packages or will do so by Dec.
Because management's expectations are not being met by the software vendor, this often leads to conflict between the vendor and the facility.
Usually, midsize companies buy ERP in one of two ways: directly, from a software vendor, or indirectly, through a value-added reseller (VAR).
Although banks will not be required to submit Call Report data to the CDR until October 2005, the agencies plan to make the CDR available for testing by banks and software vendors beginning early summer 2005.
Under this promotion, which runs through the end of March 2005, IBM and Novell are teaming to provide software vendors the opportunity to evaluate SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for IBM's Linux on POWER line of servers at no initial charge, including 90 days of online software updates from Novell at no cost.

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