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sell (something) again after having bought it

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Under this agreement, Open Storage Solutions will resell CommVault(R) QiNetix(TM) components (award-winning Galaxy Backup and Recovery, DataMigrator, Quick Recovery, DataArchiver and QNet) to their customers seeking a high performance, independent solution designed to protect and manage data in heterogeneous data storage enterprises.
As an Enterprise Solution Partner, Open Storage Solutions will have the ability to resell the entire QiNetix product suite, including the Backup and Recovery offering, Galaxy, the Data Migration and Archiving products, Data Archiver and Data Migrator, and the Quick Recovery products, designed to support high availability deployments at organizations with Microsoft Windows 2000 and 2003 environments.
5 million in 1999, the Versatile Systems agreement enables it to resell Orasis(tm) in the United States and Canada as part of Versatile's integrated technology solutions for mobile communications and delivery, tracking and order entry automation, among others.
This agreement extends a distribution agreement announced last year between IBM and Hyperion Solutions, under which IBM also resells Hyperion Essbase, Hyperion Wired and other Hyperion products within its worldwide business intelligence offering.
Sun currently resells and bundles VERITAS Foundation technologies with their hardware disk arrays and server systems.
NRPI is a Florida based corporation which buys residential properties in need of rehabilitation and resells to first time homebuyers in Florida and Louisiana.
When a reseller orders and resells a packaged service he or she knows exactly what his or her margin will be.
Melson resells FlexiFinancials with its industry-leading suite of Property Management, Asset Management Valuation, and Portfolio Consolidation offerings to its more than 5,000 customers worldwide, which include Burger King, John Hancock Insurance, and IBM.