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Third-Party Service Provider

Third-party service provider definition (noun)
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A third-party service provider is any unaffiliated person, company, or entity that performs services for a company. Third-party service providers are paid for their services, but do not have a stake, share, or equity in the company.

Common third-party service providers include web-hosting platforms, marketing agencies, software services (including analytics software), contractors, and consultants.

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