Bonterms Standard Agreement for Marketplace Transactions
(Version 1.0)

Role of Bonterms: Bonterms publishes this Standard Agreement but is not a party to the Agreement created between Provider and Customer and has no responsibility to either for its use.

  1. Using this Standard Agreement.
    1. Standard Agreement. This Bonterms Standard Agreement for Marketplace Transactions (Version 1.0) (“Standard Agreement”) sets forth the terms and conditions under which Provider makes available Subscriptions to its Cloud Service or Provider Software (each, a “Product”) offered through a Listing on the Marketplace. Provider may (i) make additions to or modifications of this Standard Agreement (“Additional Terms”) or (ii) add Attachments by stating as such in its Listing. Any Additional Terms and any Attachments are collectively referred to as “Provider-Specific Terms.” Capitalized terms are defined in context or in Section 20 (Definitions).
    2. Entering the Agreement. Customer and Provider agree to this Standard Agreement and any Provider-Specific Terms (collectively, the “Agreement”) upon Customer’s first entry into an Order (“Effective Date”).
    3. Orders. As specified in the Marketplace, an Order may be between Customer and the Marketplace provider (or other reseller or agent of Provider) or directly with Provider. Each Order creates a separate Agreement between Provider and Customer but Orders do not become part of the Agreement.
    4. Order of Precedence. In the event of a conflict between the elements of the terms and conditions making up the Agreement, the order of precedence is: (i) any Amendment, (ii) Provider-Specific Terms and (iii) this Standard Agreement.
  2. Products.
    1. Cloud Service. Subject to this Agreement, Customer may use the Cloud Service for its own business purposes in accordance with the Permitted Use.
    2. Provider Software. Subject to this Agreement, Customer may install, copy and use the Provider Software for its own business purposes in accordance with the Permitted Use.
    3. Users. Customer may permit Users to use the Product on its behalf. Customer is responsible for provisioning and managing its User accounts, for its Users’ actions through the Product and for their compliance with this Agreement. Customer will ensure that Users keep their login credentials confidential and will promptly notify Provider upon learning of any compromise of User accounts or credentials.
  3. Customer Data.
    1. Use of Customer Data. Subject to this Agreement, Provider will access and use Customer Data solely to provide and maintain the Cloud Service, Support and Professional Services under this Agreement (“Use of Customer Data”). Use of Customer Data includes sharing Customer Data as Customer directs through the Cloud Service, but Provider will not otherwise disclose Customer Data to third parties except as permitted in this Agreement.
    2. Security. Provider will implement and maintain the Security Measures, if any, identified in the Provider-Specific Terms. If no Security Measures are identified, Provider will use appropriate technical and organizational measures designed to prevent unauthorized access, use, alteration or disclosure of Customer Data.
    3. DPA. The parties will adhere to the Data Protection Addendum (DPA), if any, identified in the Provider-Specific Terms.
    4. Usage Data. Provider may collect Usage Data and use it to operate, improve and support the Product and for other lawful business purposes, including benchmarking and reports. However, Provider will not disclose Usage Data externally unless it is (a) de-identified so that it does not identify Customer, its Users or any other person and (b) aggregated with data across other customers.
  4. Mutual Compliance with Laws. Each party will comply with all Laws that apply to its performance under this Agreement.
  5. Support and SLA.
    1. Support. Provider will provide Support for the Product as described in any Support Policy identified in the Provider-Specific Terms.
    2. SLA. Provider will adhere to any Service Level Agreement (SLA) identified in the Provider-Specific Terms.
  6. Warranties.
    1. Mutual Warranties. Each party represents and warrants that:
      1. it has the legal power and authority to enter into this Agreement, and
      2. it will use industry-standard measures to avoid introducing Viruses into the Cloud Service.
    2. Performance Warranty.
      1. Scope. Provider warrants that the Product will perform materially as described in the Documentation and that Provider will not materially decrease the overall functionality of the Cloud Service during the Subscription Term (the “Performance Warranty”).
      2. Claim Report. Customer must report a breach of warranty in reasonable detail (“Claim”) within 30 days after discovering the issue in the Product (“Claim Period”).
      3. Remedy. Within 30 days of receiving a verified Claim during the Claim Period (“Fix Period”), Provider will use reasonable efforts to correct or provide a reasonable workaround (“Fix”) for the Claim. If Provider fails to provide a Fix during the Fix Period, either party may on notice to the other terminate the Subscription as it relates to the nonconforming Product and Provider will refund to Customer any prepaid, unused fees for the terminated portion of the Subscription Term.
      4. Exclusive Remedy. The procedures set forth in this Section 6.2 are Customer’s exclusive remedies and Provider’s sole liability for breach of the Performance Warranty.
    3. Disclaimers. Except as expressly set out in this Agreement, each party disclaims all warranties, whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise, including warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and noninfringement. Provider’s warranties in this Section 6 do not apply to issues arising from Third-Party Platforms or misuse or unauthorized modifications of the Product. These disclaimers apply to the full extent permitted by Law.
  7. Usage Rules.
    1. Compliance. Customer (a) will comply with any Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) identified in the Provider-Specific Terms and (b) represents and warrants that it has all rights necessary to use Customer Data with the Cloud Service and grant Provider the rights to Customer Data specified in this Agreement, without violating third-party intellectual property, privacy or other rights. Between the parties, Customer is responsible for the content and accuracy of Customer Data.
    2. High-Risk Activities and Sensitive Data. Customer:
      1. will not use the Product for High-Risk Activities,
      2. will not submit Sensitive Data to the Cloud Service, and
      3. acknowledges that the Product is not designed for (and Provider has no liability for) use prohibited in this Section 7.2.
    3. Restrictions. Customer will not and will not permit anyone else to: (a) sell, sublicense, distribute or rent the Product (in whole or part), grant non-Users access to the Product or use the Product to provide a hosted or managed service to others, (b) reverse engineer, decompile or seek to access the source code of the Product, except to the extent these restrictions are prohibited by Laws and then only upon advance notice to Provider, (c) copy, modify, create derivative works of or remove proprietary notices from the Product, (d) conduct security or vulnerability tests of the Cloud Service or interfere with its operation, (e) circumvent access restrictions to any Product or (f) use the Product to develop a product or service that competes with the Product.
  8. Third-Party Platforms. To the extent offered by Provider, Customer may choose to enable integrations or exchange Customer Data with Third-Party Platforms. Customer’s use of a Third-Party Platform is governed by its agreement with the relevant provider, not this Agreement, and Provider is not responsible for Third-Party Platforms or how their providers use Customer Data.
  9. Professional Services. Provider will perform Professional Services as described in a Statement of Work, which may identify additional terms or milestones for the Professional Services. Customer will give Provider timely access to Customer Materials reasonably needed for Professional Services, and Provider will use the Customer Materials only for purposes of providing Professional Services. Subject to any limits in a Statement of Work, Customer will reimburse Provider’s reasonable travel and lodging expenses incurred in providing Professional Services. Customer may use code or other deliverables that Provider furnishes as part of Professional Services only in connection with Customer’s authorized use of the Product under this Agreement.
  10. Fees. Fees will be as stated in the Order and payment terms are as set forth in the Order or terms of the Marketplace.
  11. Suspension. Provider may suspend Customer’s access to the Cloud Service and related services due to a Suspension Event, but where practicable will give Customer prior notice so that Customer may seek to resolve the issue and avoid suspension. Provider is not required to give prior notice in exigent circumstances or for a suspension made to avoid material harm or violation of Law. Once the Suspension Event is resolved, Provider will promptly restore Customer’s access to the Cloud Service in accordance with this Agreement. “Suspension Event” means (a) Customer’s account is 30 days or more overdue, (b) Customer is in breach of Section 7 (Usage Rules) or (c) Customer’s use of the Cloud Service risks material harm to the Cloud Service or others.
  12. Term and Termination.
    1. Subscription Terms. Each Subscription Term will last for an initial 12-month period unless the Order states otherwise.
    2. Term of Agreement. This Agreement starts on the Effective Date and continues until the end of all Subscription Terms, unless sooner terminated in accordance with its terms. If no Subscription is in effect, either party may terminate this Agreement for any or no reason with notice to the other party.
    3. Termination. Either party may terminate this Agreement (including all Subscriptions) if the other party (a) fails to cure a material breach of this Agreement within 30 days after notice, (b) ceases operation without a successor or (c) seeks protection under a bankruptcy, receivership, trust deed, creditors’ arrangement, composition or comparable proceeding, or if such a proceeding is instituted against that party and not dismissed within 60 days.
    4. Data Export and Deletion.
      1. During a Subscription Term, Customer may export Customer Data from the Cloud Service (or Provider will otherwise make the Customer Data available to Customer) as described in the Documentation.
      2. After termination or expiration of this Agreement, within 60 days of request, Provider will delete Customer Data and each party will delete any Confidential Information of the other in its possession or control.
      3. Nonetheless, the recipient may retain Customer Data or Confidential Information in accordance with its standard backup or record retention policies or as required by Law, subject to Section 3.2 (Security), Section 16 (Confidentiality) and any DPA.
    5. Effect of Termination.
      1. Customer’s right to use the Product, Support and Professional Services will cease upon any termination or expiration of this Agreement, subject to this Section 12.
      2. The following Sections will survive termination or expiration of this Agreement: 3.4 (Usage Data), 6.3 (Disclaimers), 7 (Usage Rules), 12.4 (Data Export and Deletion), 12.5 (Effect of Termination), 13 (Intellectual Property), 14 (Limitations of Liability), 15 (Indemnification), 16 (Confidentiality), 19 (General Terms) and 20 (Definitions).
      3. Except where an exclusive remedy is provided, exercising a remedy under this Agreement, including termination, does not limit other remedies a party may have.
  13. Intellectual Property.
    1. Reserved Rights. Neither party grants the other any rights or licenses not expressly set out in this Agreement. Except for Provider’s express rights in this Agreement, as between the parties, Customer retains all intellectual property and other rights in Customer Data and Customer Materials provided to Provider. Except for Customer’s express rights in this Agreement, as between the parties, Provider and its licensors retain all intellectual property and other rights in the Product, Professional Services deliverables and related Provider technology.
    2. Feedback. If Customer gives Provider feedback regarding improvement or operation of the Product, Support or Professional Services, Provider may use the feedback without restriction or obligation. All feedback is provided “AS IS” and Provider will not publicly identify Customer as the source of feedback without Customer’s permission.
  14. Limitations of Liability.
    1. General Cap. Each party’s entire liability arising out of or related to this Agreement will not exceed the General Cap.
    2. Consequential Damages Waiver. Neither party will have any liability arising out of or related to this Agreement for indirect, special, incidental, reliance or consequential damages or damages for loss of use, lost profits or interruption of business, even if informed of their possibility in advance.
    3. Exceptions and Enhanced Cap. Sections 14.1 (General Cap) and 14.2 (Consequential Damages Waiver) will not apply to Enhanced Claims or Uncapped Claims. For all Enhanced Claims, each party’s entire liability will not exceed the Enhanced Cap.
    4. Nature of Claims. The waivers and limitations in this Section 14 apply regardless of the form of action, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise and will survive and apply even if any limited remedy in this Agreement fails of its essential purpose.
    5. Liability Definitions.
      • Enhanced Cap” means three times (3x) the General Cap.
      • Enhanced Claims” means Provider’s breach of Section 3.2 (Security) or either party’s breach of Section 3.3 (DPA).
      • General Cap” means amounts paid or payable by Customer to Provider under this Agreement in the 12 months immediately preceding the first incident giving rise to liability.
      • Uncapped Claims” means (a) the indemnifying party’s obligations under Section 15 (Indemnification), (b) either party’s infringement or misappropriation of the other party’s intellectual property rights, (c) any breach of Section 16 (Confidentiality), excluding breaches related to Customer Data and (d) liabilities that cannot be limited by Law.
  15. Indemnification.
    1. Indemnification by Provider. Provider, at its own cost, will defend Customer from and against any Provider-Covered Claims and will indemnify and hold harmless Customer from and against any damages or costs awarded against Customer (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) or agreed in settlement by Provider resulting from the Provider-Covered Claims.
    2. Indemnification by Customer. Customer, at its own cost, will defend Provider from and against any Customer-Covered Claims and will indemnify and hold harmless Provider from and against any damages or costs awarded against Provider (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) or agreed in settlement by Customer resulting from the Customer-Covered Claims.
    3. Indemnification Definitions.
      • Customer-Covered Claim” means a third-party claim arising from Customer’s breach or alleged breach of Section 7.1 (Compliance) or 7.2 (High-Risk Activities and Sensitive Data).
      • Provider-Covered Claim” means a third-party claim that the Product, when used by Customer as authorized in this Agreement, infringes or misappropriates a third party’s intellectual property rights.
    4. Procedures. The indemnifying party’s obligations in this Section 15 are subject to receiving from the indemnified party: (a) prompt notice of the claim (but delayed notice will only reduce the indemnifying party’s obligations to the extent it is prejudiced by the delay), (b) the exclusive right to control the claim’s investigation, defense and settlement and (c) reasonable cooperation at the indemnifying party’s expense. The indemnifying party may not settle a claim without the indemnified party’s prior approval if settlement would require the indemnified party to admit fault or take or refrain from taking any action (except regarding use or nonuse of the Product when Provider is the indemnifying party). The indemnified party may participate in a claim with its own counsel at its own expense.
    5. Mitigation. In response to an infringement or misappropriation claim, if required by settlement or injunction or as Provider determines necessary to avoid material liability, Provider may: (a) procure rights for Customer’s continued use of the Product, (b) replace or modify the allegedly infringing portion of the Product to avoid infringement, without reducing the Product’s overall functionality or (c) terminate the affected Subscription and refund to Customer any prepaid, unused fees for the terminated portion of the Subscription Term.
    6. Exceptions. Provider’s obligations in this Section 15 do not apply to claims resulting from (a) modification or unauthorized use of the Product, (b) use of the Product in combination with items not provided by Provider, including Third-Party Platforms or (c) Provider Software other than the most recent release, if Provider made available (at no additional charge) a newer release that would avoid infringement.
    7. Exclusive Remedy. This Section 15 sets out the indemnified party’s exclusive remedy and the indemnifying party’s sole liability regarding third-party claims of intellectual property infringement or misappropriation covered by this Section 15.
  16. Confidentiality.
    1. Use and Protection. As recipient, each party will (a) use Confidential Information only to fulfill its obligations and exercise its rights under this Agreement, (b) not disclose Confidential Information to third parties without the discloser’s prior approval, except as permitted in this Agreement and (c) protect Confidential Information using at least the same precautions recipient uses for its own similar information and no less than a reasonable standard of care.
    2. Permitted Disclosures.
      1. Personnel. The recipient may disclose Confidential Information to its employees, agents, contractors and other representatives having a legitimate need to know (including, for Provider, the subcontractors referenced in Section 19.9), provided it remains responsible for their compliance with this Section 16 and they are bound to confidentiality obligations no less protective than this Section 16.
      2. Required by Law. The recipient may disclose Confidential Information (including Customer Data) to the extent required by Law. If permitted by Law, the recipient will give the discloser reasonable advance notice of the required disclosure and reasonably cooperate, at the discloser’s expense, to obtain confidential treatment for the Confidential Information.
    3. Exclusions. These confidentiality obligations do not apply to information that the recipient can document (a) is or becomes public knowledge through no fault of the recipient, (b) it rightfully knew or possessed, without confidentiality restrictions, prior to receipt from the discloser, (c) it rightfully received from a third party without confidentiality restrictions or (d) it independently developed without using or referencing Confidential Information.
    4. Remedies. Breach of this Section 16 may cause substantial harm for which monetary damages are an insufficient remedy. Upon a breach of this Section 16, the discloser is entitled to seek appropriate equitable relief, including an injunction, in addition to other remedies.
  17. Publicity. Neither party may publicly announce this Agreement without the other party’s prior approval or except as required by Laws.
  18. Trials and Betas. Use of Trials and Betas is permitted only for Customer’s internal evaluation during the period designated in the Order (or if not designated, 30 days). Either party may terminate Customer’s use of Trials and Betas at any time for any reason. Trials and Betas may be inoperable, incomplete or include features never released. Notwithstanding anything else in this Agreement, Provider offers no warranty, indemnity, SLA or Support for Trials and Betas and its liability for Trials and Betas will not exceed US$1,000.
  19. General Terms.
    1. Assignment. Neither party may assign this Agreement without the prior consent of the other party, except that either party may assign this Agreement, with notice to the other party, in connection with the assigning party’s merger, reorganization, acquisition or other transfer of all or substantially all of its assets or voting securities. Any non-permitted assignment is void. This Agreement will bind and inure to the benefit of each party’s permitted successors and assigns.
    2. Governing Law and Courts.
      1. The Governing Law governs this Agreement and any action arising out of or relating to this Agreement, without reference to conflict of law rules. The parties will adjudicate any such action in the Courts and each party consents to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the Courts for these purposes.
      2. Unless otherwise specified in the Provider-Specific Terms, the “Governing Law” is the laws of the State of California and the “Courts” are the federal and state courts located in San Francisco, California.
    3. Notices.
      1. Except as set out in this Agreement, notices, requests and approvals under this Agreement must be in writing to the addresses specified by Provider and Customer and will be deemed given: (1) upon receipt if by personal delivery, (2) upon receipt if by certified or registered U.S. mail (return receipt requested), (3) one day after dispatch if by a commercial overnight delivery service or (4) upon delivery if by email.
      2. Provider will specify its notice address through the Listing or Product and Customer will specify its notice address through the Order or other method designated by Provider. Either party may update its notice address with notice to the other. Provider may also send operational notices through the Product.
    4. Entire Agreement.
      1. This Agreement is the parties’ entire agreement regarding its subject matter and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous agreements regarding its subject matter. In this Agreement, headings are for convenience only and “including” and similar terms are to be construed without limitation. Terms in purchase orders used by Customer will not amend or modify this Agreement; any such documents are for administrative purposes only. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts (including electronic copies and PDFs), each of which is deemed an original and which together form one and the same agreement.
      2. Neither the provider of the Marketplace (except if operating as the Provider) nor Bonterms, the publisher of this Standard Agreement, is a party to this Agreement and neither will have any liability or responsibility to either Provider or Customer in connection with use of this Standard Agreement.
    5. Amendments.
      1. Any amendments to this Agreement must be in writing and signed by each party’s authorized representatives (an “Amendment”). Amendments become part of this Agreement.
      2. Orders may contain Use Restrictions but do not amend or modify any part of this Agreement.
    6. Operational Changes. With notice to Customer, Provider may modify the AUP, Security Measures, SLA or Support Policy to reflect new features or changing practices, but the modifications may not be retroactive or materially decrease Provider’s overall obligations during a Subscription Term.
    7. Waivers and Severability. Waivers must be signed by the waiving party’s authorized representative and cannot be implied from conduct. If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it will be limited to the minimum extent necessary so the rest of this Agreement remains in effect.
    8. Force Majeure. Neither party is liable for a delay or failure to perform this Agreement due to a Force Majeure. If a Force Majeure materially adversely affects the Product for 15 or more consecutive days, either party may terminate the affected Subscription upon notice to the other and Provider will refund to Customer any prepaid, unused fees for the terminated portion of the Subscription Term. However, this Section 19.8 does not limit Customer’s obligations to pay fees owed.
    9. Subcontractors. Provider may use subcontractors and permit them to exercise Provider’s rights and fulfill Provider’s obligations, but Provider remains responsible for each subcontractor’s compliance with this Agreement and for Provider’s overall performance under this Agreement. This does not limit any additional terms for subprocessors under a DPA.
    10. Independent Contractors. The parties are independent contractors, not agents, partners or joint venturers.
    11. No Third-Party Beneficiaries. There are no third-party beneficiaries to this Agreement.
    12. Open Source. Provider Software may include third-party open source software (“Open Source”) as listed in the Documentation or by Provider upon request. Customer acknowledges that its license to use any Open Source will be the Open Source license applicable to such code and not the license to Provider Software in Section 2.2 (Provider Software) above to the extent required by such Open Source license.
    13. Export. Each party (a) will comply with all export and import Laws in performing this Agreement and (b) represents and warrants that it is not listed on any U.S. government list of prohibited or restricted parties or located in (or a national of) a country subject to a U.S. government embargo or designated by the U.S. government as a “terrorist-supporting” country. Customer will not submit to the Cloud Service any data controlled under the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
    14. Government Rights. To the extent applicable, the Product is “commercial computer software” or a “commercial item” for purposes of FAR 12.212 and DFARS 227.7202. Use, reproduction, release, modification, disclosure or transfer of the Product is governed solely by the terms of this Agreement, and all other use is prohibited.
  20. Definitions.
    • Acceptable Use Policy” or “AUP” is defined in Section 7.1 (Compliance).
    • Additional Terms” is defined in Section 1.1 (Standard Agreement).
    • Agreement” is defined in Section 1.2 (Entering the Agreement).
    • Amendment” is defined in Section 19.5 (Amendments).
    • Attachments” means any AUP, Security Measures, SLA, Support Policy or other policies specified in the Provider-Specific Terms.
    • Cloud Service” means Provider’s proprietary software as a service (SaaS) or cloud service as identified in the applicable Listing.
    • Confidential Information” means information disclosed by or on behalf of one party (as discloser) to the other party (as recipient) under this Agreement, in any form, which (a) the discloser identifies to recipient as “confidential” or “proprietary” or (b) should be reasonably understood as confidential or proprietary due to its nature and the circumstances of its disclosure. Provider’s Confidential Information includes technical or performance information about the Product, and Customer’s Confidential Information includes Customer Data.
    • Courts” is defined in Section 19.2 (Governing Law and Courts).
    • Customer” means the party placing the Order.
    • Customer Data” means any data, content or materials that Customer (including its Users) submits to its Cloud Service accounts, including from Provider Software or Third-Party Platforms.
    • Customer Materials” means materials and resources that Customer makes available to Provider in connection with Professional Services.
    • Data Protection Addendum” or “DPA” is defined in Section 3.3 (DPA).
    • Documentation” means Provider’s standard usage documentation for the Product. Documentation is included in the definition of “Product” unless otherwise specified.
    • Force Majeure” means an unforeseen event beyond a party’s reasonable control, such as a strike, blockade, war, pandemic, act of terrorism, riot, third-party Internet or utility failure, refusal of government license or natural disaster, where the affected party takes reasonable and customary measures to avoid or mitigate such event’s effects.
    • Governing Law” is defined in Section 19.2 (Governing Law and Courts).
    • High-Risk Activities” means activities where use or failure of the Product could lead to death, personal injury or environmental damage, including life support systems, emergency services, nuclear facilities, autonomous vehicles or air traffic control.
    • Laws” means all laws, regulations, rules, court orders or other binding requirements of a government authority that apply to a party.
    • Listing” means Provider’s description of its Product (and any related Support) and Subscriptions in a listing on the Marketplace that designates use of this Standard Agreement.
    • Marketplace” means the application marketplace or app store on which Provider has published a Listing and made available Subscriptions to their Product.
    • Open Source” is defined in Section 19.12.
    • Order” means an order by Customer for a Subscription that is entered into through the Marketplace.
    • Permitted Use” means use of a Product in accordance with the applicable Subscription, any Use Restrictions and the Documentation.
    • Product” is defined in Section 1.1 (Standard Agreement).
    • Professional Services” means training, migration or other professional services that Provider furnishes to Customer related to the Product.
    • Provider” means the party providing the Product.
    • Provider Software” means Provider’s proprietary installed software or apps identified in the applicable Listing.
    • Provider-Specific Terms” is defined in Section 1.1 (Standard Agreement).
    • Security Measures” is defined in Section 3.2 (Security).
    • Sensitive Data” means (a) patient, medical or other protected health information regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (as amended and supplemented) (“HIPAA”), (b) credit, debit, bank account or other financial account numbers, (c) social security numbers, driver’s license numbers or other government ID numbers and (d) special categories of data enumerated in European Union Regulation 2016/679, Article 9(1) or any successor legislation.
    • Service Level Agreement” or “SLA” is defined in Section 5.2 (SLA).
    • Standard Agreement” is defined in Section 1.1 (Standard Agreement).
    • Statement of Work” means a statement of work for Professional Services that is signed by the parties and references this Agreement.
    • Subscription” means the right for Customer to access the Product and any related Support as described in a Listing and the applicable Order.
    • Subscription Term” means the term for a Subscription as identified in the Order.
    • Support” means support for the Product as described in Section 5.1 (Support).
    • Support Policy” is defined in Section 5.1 (Support).
    • Suspension Event” is defined in Section 11 (Suspension).
    • Third-Party Platform” means any product, add-on or platform not provided by Provider that Customer uses with the Cloud Service.
    • Trials and Betas” mean access to the Product on a free or trial basis or to particular features designated by Provider as “beta” or “early access.”
    • Usage Data” means Provider’s technical logs, data and learnings about Customer’s use of the Product, but excluding Customer Data.
    • Use Restrictions” means user, seat, copy, installation, license or other scope of use restrictions for the Product as specified in a Listing or Order.
    • User” means anyone that Customer allows to use its accounts for the Product, who may include (a) employees, advisors and contractors of Customer and (b) others if permitted in this Agreement, the Documentation or a Listing.
    • Virus” means viruses, malicious code or similar harmful materials.