1. I've been working with Company A for several years and have other clients with them. I had a contract with the company that Company A acquired, but have not had a new contract drafted since the acquisition two years ago. However, I have continued to sell their solutions and receive commissions and updated reseller information.
Company A did not sign a contract for the solution yet, however they have been providing me price, time and delivery quotes for 6+ months on this particular solution.
2. Company A is backing out of their written and verbal quotes.
3. Company A was a significant part of the solution. The client would have paid me and I would have paid Company A their part. The difference (commission) would have been $31K over 3 years.
4. Not current. However, I've been receiving commissions for another sale using their technology.
Thank you for your insight.
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