2.2.1 Any information legally held by the receiving party prior to the start of negotiations leading to the agreement (unless the company has received previously confidential information from the data provider that is already the subject of a confidentiality agreement) or that is already known to the public or available at another time as a result of an unauthorized disclosure; and a typical example would be the fact that a company wants to invite several lenders to submit a proposal for the supply of certain goods or services. ACCORD TO TERMS Each party accepts the terms set out in this data, which entrust “processed data to customers,” data produced for use by a client or entity by the entity, which is based on or includes data; “data,” data that is occasionally entered into the data provider`s COMPUTER system, collected by the software and transmitted to the company for processing the data of processed customers, as well as other data that is otherwise transmitted to the company for processing the data of processed customers; Suppliers, on the other hand, may be required to disclose details of proprietary methods, prices and the like as part of their proposal. In both cases, measures are needed to preserve the secrecy and use of this confidential information. “company material”: any documentation, hardware, software, hardware, hardware, data and other material authorized by or towards the company and used by the company (except for data provided by the customer as part of the provision of available data) that provide the satisfaction survey reports or fulfill its obligations under this agreement, and is considered to be any development of those materials that have been provided to the customer at the time of the service. or access to apps 2.1 Subject to paragraphs 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 above, each party undertakes to keep confidential any information it has described as “confidential” by the other party or that can reasonably be classified as confidential, including, but not limited to, the information contained or contained in the software software and documentation (in this agreement, which is collectively referred to as “information”). , and retains the information received with at least the same degree of diligence as they apply to their own confidential information of the same nature and, in any event, in accordance with current best practices in commercial security. The data provider collects the data that is transmitted to the company for processing and use in company reports. This agreement sets out the conditions under which NDAs can be an important instrument for the continuation of commercial relations and the guarantee of effective supplier management. 5.1.3 Without prejudice to the confidentiality obligations in point 2, it cannot disclose the processed data of customers received from the company free of charge or on the basis of a statement of work, without the written consent of the company (which may be issued at its discretion).
6.6 A person who is not a party to the agreement has no right to apply a clause in this Agreement under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.