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Suppose HP is a 'client' of Microsoft, then what we call Microsoft?
I am elaborating the context : Suppose HP is outsourcing some services from a BPO company called BRIGADE Inc.. ...we call HP is the client of BRIGADE.Then what we call BRIGADE?
Last edited by bspkumar; 31-Oct-2008 at 20:33. Reason: Elaborating the query
Client not only means someone who needs couselling it also means buyer-purchaser-customer etc., in that case MS would be seller,supplier etc.
The Vendor is the seller. - J
v. supĚplied, supĚplyĚing, supĚplies
v.tr. 1. To make available for use; provide.
2. To furnish or equip with: supplied sheets for every bed.
3. To fill sufficiently; satisfy: supply a need.
4. To make up for (a deficiency, for example); compensate for.
5. To serve temporarily as a substitute in (a church, for example).
v.intr. To fill a position as a substitute.
n. pl. supĚplies 1. The act of supplying.
2. Something that is or can be supplied.
3. An amount available or sufficient for a given use; stock.
4. Materials or provisions stored and dispensed when needed. Often used in the plural.
5. Economics The amount of a commodity available for meeting a demand or for purchase at a given price.
6. A cleric serving as a substitute or temporary pastor.
supply - definition of supply by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.
I beg to differ. My points are as below:
#1 Please read the parts I highlighted in red as above which are quoted from a dictionary.
eg. supply a need
A need doesn't necessarily refer to goods.
#3Supply Teacher Service
Supply Teacher Service
From a UK-based organisation
#4 Other search results via Google
supply a service - Google Search=
Last edited by thedaffodils; 23-Oct-2008 at 10:24. Reason: remove ex2