In a single-tier distribution system, the provider develops relationships with channel companies such as VARs, system integrators (SIs), and managed service providers (MSPs) that sell to end customers. In a two-step system, the supplier sells products to an independent distributor who, in turn, supplies products to channel partners who then package solutions for end customers. The two-step model makes dealer agreements necessary to facilitate relationships between distributors and channel partners. CONSIDERING that Part A has the right to put the trade name “xxxxxxxxxx” to privilege the interest of the manufacturer and protect his property and intellectual property. Although it is called short, it is a complete version that protects the products and business of the reseller and offers an exceptional framework for this important relationship. .