Professional Services Partner Agreement

Professional Services Partner Agreement

Unless explicitly stated above, C-I services are provided “as seen” without guarantees, insurance, express or implicit. Splunk and its suppliers and grantees refuse any guarantee and guarantee regarding C-I services, including any tacit guarantee of commercial continuity, satisfactory quality, adequacy for a specific purpose, non-counterfeiting or silent enjoyment, and any guarantee arising from the course of trade or commercial use. Enter the name of the company of the customer who receives the company`s services. Unless expressly stated otherwise in an applicable work statement, all prepaid C-I services must be exchanged within twelve (12) months from the date of purchase. At the end of the twelve (12) months, all C-I services not used in advance expire; No refund is granted for all unused C-I services not paid in advance. Unless expressly stated otherwise in a declaration of work, training benefits are billed in advance and paid. 1.4 Independent contractors. The company will determine the method, details and means of performing the services. At its own expense, the company may use employees or contractors to perform the services provided under this agreement. Businesses and customers understand and intend to provide services as independent contractors and not as customer staff. Nothing in this agreement is considered to be the creation of an agency, partnership or joint venture between the parties. “Tax”: all customs duties, customs duties or taxes (other than Google`s income tax), including indirect taxes such as goods and services tax and VAT related to the purchase of services, as well as any penalties or interest related to them. 10.

Insurance. For the duration of the contract, each party will retain, at its own expense, appropriate insurance coverage for the performance of the party`s respective obligations under the contract, including general commercial liability, workers` compensation, automobile civil liability and professional liability. “Google Technology” refers to: (a) Google`s background IP, (b) all intellectual property rights and know-how applicable to Google products and services, as well as (c) tools, codes, algorithms, modules, materials, documentation, reports and technologies that have been developed in relation to services generally intended for other Google customers, including derivatives and improvements in Google`s background. Google Technology does not contain an IP address for customer reasons or customer confidential information. 6.7 Waiver. No delay or non-performance of a right or power by either party under this agreement constitutes a waiver of that right. The renunciation of one party to any of the covenants, conditions or agreements to be fulfilled by the other party or a violation of this agreement is not construed as a waiver of a subsequent violation of this agreement or any other agreement or agreement contained in it. Any amendment, exemption or discharge of this application is only valid if it has been signed in writing and by an authorized representative of the party against which such an amendment, exemption or discharge must be applied.

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