Customer List

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Customer List

A list of previous buyers from a company. The company maintains a customer list in order to continue the business relationship. That is, companies use customer lists to keep up with buyers and to promote customer loyalty.
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My Customers" feature allows Launchpad users to manage, consolidate, and store customer lists for marketing campaigns.
ASSET SALE WHICH INCLUDES FURNITURE, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CUSTOMER LISTS.
Alarm industry officials said they're attempting to meet city deadlines for turning over customer lists while respecting the confidentiality of the names and addresses.
On incorporation Odell purportedly did not transfer ownership interests in her customer lists and contracts.
Odell did not transfer ownership interests in her customer lists and contracts; rather, she entered into a licensing and sale agreement that set forth a royalty fee, based on gross receipts, stemming from the transfer of her "know-how," "existing contracts" and "woman owned-business status.
Simplified data import capabilities: quick and easy importing of acquisition and customer lists from third-party data providers or analytical groups, such as statistical modelers without IT involvement
Customer lists of current and potential clients and customers.
The Internal Revenue Service commonly argues certain intangibles such as customer lists and human resources have indefinite or indeterminable lives.
Safeguard claimed that Keating's customer lists and other customer-related materials constituted a Safeguard "trade secret" which it keeps confidential and which resulted from its significant efforts to compile, maintain and protect.
Alternatively, if the customer lists are considered one intangible asset category in the aggregate, the disposal of the customer lists would result in a gain of $10, and no loss would be deferred on the disposal--clearly a preferable outcome to the taxpayer.
The online privacy issue will grow over time as the courts consider it in the context of dot-com acquisitions and liquidations, [and] some Web sites have promised that they will not share their customer lists, even though it's common outside of the Internet to buy access to other companies' customer lists," says Val Sribar, a META group analyst.
According to the revisions, section 197 intangibles include covenants to compete, franchises, trademarks, trade names, permits, going concern value, customer lists, market share and workforce in place (the portion of the purchase price that represents the costs to retain a business's highly skilled employees).
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