1 Contact information
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2 Method of cooperation, Scope of this agreement
The Customer and Supplier specified above have agreed in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of this Agreement that the Parties carry out the iterations described in this Agreement and the Supplier delivers as the result of such the releases defined in this Agreement to the Customer. End deliverable is referred later as Service.
Possible software maintenance and support services, as well as future development, shall be agreed separately.
Customer’s product owner decides the direction of the development in each Sprint. Supplier is responsible for carrying out the development tasks in the agreed professional framework. The sprints will be carried out in preagreed scope and nature. Supplier will report the necessary KPI information in Sprint retromeeting.
3 Pricing, Work methodology
Work estimates, timetables and content of the delivery shall be specified in project documentation.
Preliminary estimates and scope for project are based on the assessment phase.
The project work estimates and number of sprints are based on the preliminary analysis of the deliverables. These estimates will be revisited regularly and updated if needed. Estimates can be affected by Customers prioritization or changes in feature scope.
Work will be invoiced monthly according to the reported hours. Payment term is 14 days. Applicable VAT is added to the invoice. Interest on delayed payments according to Finnish legislation.
4 Right to trial
Customer has right to 14 day trial once the cooperation has started with Supplier. Incase of terminating the contract during the first 14 days, Supplier will not invoice the accumulated work.
5 Clients right to change Supplier
Client has right to terminate the contract incase of dissatisfactory service by the Supplier. Supplier shall then seize the work and end the project. Already produced work will be invoiced and remaining deliverables handed over after final payments are have been met. Software warranties are nullified upon terminating the contract.
6 Rights to releases and delivery
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the intellectual property rights to the delivery, releases and documentation and to modifications made by the supplier thereto shall belong to the supplier.
Customer receives unlimited access to use, reuse and modify any deliverable produced under the scope of this agreement as they wish.
The agreement shall not affect the rights related to such materials that the parties furnish to each other in order to complete the delivery. Third party intellectual property rights are remaining as such.
7.1 Client specific software
The supplier undertakes to correct at 50% cost and without undue delay all such errors in the delivery as are reported in writing by the customer to the supplier during the warranty period that are reported after the approval of software. The correction of an error may also be done by providing a workaround or by providing the customer with written instructions on how to bypass the error, if this can be done without causing additional costs or substantial inconvenience to the customer. The warranty period is 90 days from acceptance of the delivery.
Warranty does not include service updates, change requests or 3rd party software failures or malicious outsider activity such as network attack.
7.2 Open Source and 3rd party software
Supplier does not give warranty to 3rd party Open Source software.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, either party shall have the right to subcontract its obligations under the agreement. Upon request by the other party, such party shall provide necessary information regarding its subcontractors that execute tasks related to the deliverables.
Each party shall ensure that its subcontractors comply with the requirements set out for the party. Each party shall be liable for the performance of its subcontractors as for its own performance.
Specific NDA or other confidentiality agreements will be listed in Appendix if they apply.
Each party shall keep in confidence all material and information received from the other party and marked as confidential or which should be understood to be confidential, and may not use such material or information for any purposes other than those set out in the agreement.
The confidentiality obligation shall, however, not apply to material or information, (a) which is generally available or otherwise public; (b) which the receiving party has received from a third party without any obligation of confidentiality; (c) which was in the possession of the receiving party prior to receipt of the same from the other party without any obligation of confidentiality related thereto; (d) which the receiving party has independently developed without using material or information received from the other party; or (e) which the receiving party is required to provide due to law or regulation by the authorities.
Obligations of confidentiality remain after ending of this agreement until they become obsolete or 3 years has passed after termination of this contract.
10 Right to reference
Respecting parties have a right to publicly state that they are working together. Parties agree to deliver short notice to each other on the cooperation upon request.
11 Validity of this Contract
Contract is valid once both parties have signed it and remains valid until terminated or the project is finished. Customer has the right to terminate the contract without notice. Supplier shall then invoice the delivered the work. Supplier has the right to terminate contract with 1 month notice.
Project documentation and confidentiality agreements can be listed here in order of importance.