Saas Agreement Form

If Customer produces Proofpoint, including but not limited to Nexgate Services, in an Authorization Form, this Schedule and the attached nexgate-Service Exposure ("Nexgate Installation") constitute a binding contract between Customer and Proofpoint, Inc., a Delaware corporation based at 892 Ross Drive, Sunnyvale, CA 94089 USA ("Proofpoint"), which will be entered into from the date Customer subscribes to the corresponding Proofpoint Products. Customer`s purchase and use of Proofpoint Products is also subject to the applicable Proofpoint Product Aponate for each Proofpoint Product purchased by Customer in the form mutually agreed upon by Customer and Proofpoint (a "Product Distributor Each"). The applicable product offering for the purchase and use of Proofpoint`s nexgate product by customer is the attached Nexgate exhibit. In the event of a contradiction between this schedule, each shipment of products and the corresponding authorization form, the ranking is as follows: the "Hybrid Cloud" form is intended for cloud service companies, in particular SaaS, especially when they provide additional software and/or professional services in addition to their main offer. Today`s main changes are as follows: the terms contained in the agreement are not a one-size-fits-all solution and may require adaptation to reflect the specific business agreements that apply to your SaaS offering. Fourth, for many B2B services and for some B2C services, there may be users of the service who are not your customers and therefore are not directly bound by the terms of use. In these cases, you can introduce additional documents that are mandatory for both customers and non-users. Examples of such documents are end-user license agreements and acceptable use guidelines. Although SaaS providers often aim for all customers to use the same version of the software, customers very often ask (or request) adjustments that fit their business. Premium SaaS contracts contain a flexible adaptation clause that includes the agreement of work orders, the granting of adaptation licenses, the ownership of adaptation intellectual property rights, the right of the provider to provide the adaptation to its other customers, and much more. . . .

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