Business services are various tasks and activities that help a company but do not result in a physical commodity. The industry covers a major portion of the commercial world and includes many different kinds of jobs that range from human resources to information technology roles.
The value of a business service is intangible, which makes it a very important part of an organization’s operations. It also means that a business can outsource labor that does not fall within its scope of expertise, which allows it to focus on strategic-based internal goals. For example, a construction firm can hire a team of experienced workers to complete a project without having to purchase or rent expensive tools. Similarly, delivery services can save time and money by transporting products for companies. In addition, business-to-business (B2B) services can boost productivity by providing companies with access to valuable equipment and supplies.
When you use a Business Service, you must comply with these Business Services Terms and any applicable Supplemental Terms and Policies. If you are using a Business Service as part of a promotion or contest, you must comply with Applicable Law wherever your Promotion is offered and with Snap’s Promotions Rules. You are responsible for keeping your accounts up to date and for all activity that occurs in your accounts. If you are a corporation or other entity, the person who enters into these Business Services Terms on behalf of your organization must be authorized to do so.