Master License and Services Agreement

This Master License and Services Agreement (“Agreement”) governs the access and use of ReaQta’s products and services, and any updates and modifications thereto.


Whereas, ReaQta and Customer are sometimes collectively referred to as the “Parties” and singularly as a “Party”. Whereas, “ReaQta” is in the business of developing, marketing and licensing the ReaQta Software (as defined below) designed to enable the analysis, detection and remediation of cyber-attacks.

Whereas, the “Customer” desires to obtain from ReaQta, and ReaQta desires to grant to Customer, a license to install, access and/or use the ReaQta Software, subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement (as hereinafter defined).

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and conditions contained in the Agreement the Parties agree as follows:

1. Definitions

1.1 “Agreement” means this Corporate License and Services Agreement between ReaQta and Customer, constituted by (i) each Quotation (as defined below) executed with the Customer, (ii) any schedules and/or exhibits attached to any such Quotation and (iii) these General Terms and Conditions (as hereinafter defined).

1.2 “Business Day” or “business day” means a day from Monday through Friday that is not a national holiday, state holiday or official bank holiday in the respective and applicable jurisdictions.

1.3 “Confidential Information” means any nonpublic information, data, materials, intellectual property rights, trade secrets, patents, copyrights, designs, techniques, plans or know-how or any information which by its nature would be understood to be confidential, whether or not marked or designated as confidential at any time, of either Party and in any form or media disclosed by or on behalf of a Party (“Discloser”) to the other Party (“Recipient”) under the Agreement. It is understood and agreed that the Disclosing Party will not furnish to the Receiving Party any source code, information subject to export controls or “personal information” within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other applicable law, or other non-public personal information of any natural person, except as the Parties may expressly agree in a written supplement hereto.

Confidential Information does not include information which Recipient can prove by Recipient’s contemporaneous written files and records: (i) is lawfully in the possession of or known to the Recipient prior to the time of disclosure, without violation of any obligation of confidentiality; (ii) prior to or after the time of disclosure is or becomes publicly known other than as a result of any improper inaction or action of the Recipient; (iii) is lawfully made available to the Recipient by a third party without restriction on disclosure and without breach of a nondisclosure obligation; (iv) is developed independently by the Recipient without use of any Confidential Information of the Discloser; (v) is made available to third parties by the disclosing party without restriction on the disclosure of such information; or (vi) is approved by the disclosing party for release in writing.

1.4 “Contract Fees” means the Subscription Fee for the use of the ReaQta Software, and any Professional Services Fees, as applicable, during the applicable Subscription Period. The Contract Fees are detailed in the applicable Quotation.

1.5 “Cloud Services” shall mean the online, standard web-based application services made generally available by ReaQta on a subscription basis and identified on the applicable Order or Quote.

1.6 “Documentation” means any and all documentation and material pertaining to the ReaQta Software, in any form, provided by ReaQta to Customer pursuant to the Agreement, including via any of ReaQta’s then-current online platforms, for use in conjunction with the ReaQta Software, but does not include any material maintained by ReaQta as marketing material however distributed.

1.7 “Endpoint” means a computing device that is supported by a ReaQta Agent, including but not limited to a desktop, server, laptop, workstations and virtual machines.

1.8 “Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Laws” means all export control, economic or financial sanctions, and trade embargo laws, regulations, orders, directives and other legal requirements applicable to Company, Partner, Customer, or any of its Users, including those administered and enforced from time to time by (a) the European Union (“EU”),(b) the United Nations, or (c) the government of any other country or territory in which Customer or its Users conduct or in the past have conducted business, directly or indirectly.

1.9 “Customer’s Sites” means those physical locations at which Customer’s and its employees’, independent contractors’, agents’, or other representatives’, computing devices, including but not limited to desktop, portable, mobile, “internet of things” and other connected devices, as applicable to the ReaQta Software, are permitted under the Agreement to be used, consistent with the quantity of Endpoints permitted.

1.10 “ReaQta Package” means the ReaQta Software, any Documentation and/or any Confidential Information of ReaQta and of providers of any third party software included in the ReaQta Software.

1.11 “Internal Use” means access or use solely for Customer and its Affiliates for its own internal security purposes.

1.12 “Partner” means an individual or an entity legally authorized by ReaQta to sell Subscriptions to the ReaQta Software or Professional Services directly or indirectly to end-user Customers.

1.13 “Privacy Policy” means ReaQta’s Privacy Policy, as amended or supplemented from time to time, presently located at:

1.14 “Professional Services” means those professional services that may be provided by ReaQta, or on its behalf, as pursuant to the Quote, or if applicable, a separate “Statement of Work” (SOW) executed by both parties, but does not include Cloud or separate service level agreement (each, a “Service Level Agreement”) entered into by the Parties accompanying a Quotation, which will expressly reference such Quotation, the initial Quotation, each other Quotation as applicable to the services to be rendered, and the Agreement, and be subject to the terms and conditions of each thereof. Services constituting Professional Services are external to services provided as part of the ReaQta Software.

1.15 “Professional Services Fees” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.2.

1.16 “Prohibited Person” means any individual or entity that is (i) on the Consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to EU financial sanctions, or (ii) the targets of any Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Laws.

1.17 “Quotation” means one or more written quotation documents provided by ReaQta or an authorized Partner, as applicable to Customer, in each case as executed by ReaQta or such authorized Partner, as applicable, and Customer, specifying certain terms and conditions relating to Customer’s use of the ReaQta Software, as described in greater detail in Section 5 hereof. The Customer’s rights as a Customer of the ReaQta Software will be initiated by an initial Quotation executed by the ReaQta or (subject to execution of these General Terms and Conditions by the Customer with the ReaQta) such Partner, as applicable, and the Customer.

1.18 “Renewal” or “renewal” in reference to a Subscription Period means any one or more Subscription Periods that begin subsequent to the initial Subscription Period, on the terms and subject to the conditions, specified in the Quotation or any amendment thereto, and “renew” as a verb has the meaning commensurate therewith.

1.19 “ReaQta Agent” means a component provided by ReaQta subject to the Agreement that collects data about the events and operations occurring on each Endpoint, in the aggregate not exceeding the number of Endpoints specified in the Quotation.

1.20 “ReaQta Software” means the edition and version of ReaQta’s commercially available software specified in the applicable Quotation (or if a version is not specified, the current version of such software on the Effective Date of the General Terms and Conditions included in the Agreement) and includes new versions that may be provided to Customer by ReaQta pursuant to the Agreement. This includes certain software associated with that edition and installed on the Endpoint or any on-premise software and/or cloud service hosted by or on behalf of ReaQta. The portions of the ReaQta Software that are delivered hereunder are licensed in object code form only, and are not sold.

1.21 “Service Level Agreement” (SLA) has the meaning set forth in the definition of Professional Services, including but not limited to security services provided by ReaQta, such as active monitoring, incident response, advanced analysis, threat hunting and remediation.

1.22 “Specifications” means the functional ReaQta Software specifications and technical requirements specified in the Documentation.

1.23 “Statement of Work” (SOW) has the meaning set forth in the definition of Professional Services, including but not limited to ReaQta Software deployment, ReaQta AI training, etc.

1.24 “Start Date” means the date specified in the applicable and executed Quotation for the commencement of a Subscription purchased by Customer with respect to a ReaQta Software or Professional Service.

1.25 “Subscription” means the license to use the ReaQta Software during each Subscription Period, granted by ReaQta to Customer on the Start Date pursuant to Section 2.

1.26 “Subscription Fee” means the fee payable in accordance with Section 5 in consideration of the grant of the Subscription pursuant to Section 2 to use the ReaQta Software during each Subscription Period. The Subscription Fee is specified in the applicable and executed Quotation.

1.27 “Subscription Period” means each period of time commencing on the date or dates specified in each applicable and executed Quotation as the Start Date in respect of which the Customer has ordered and will pay Subscription Fees in respect of its use of the ReaQta Software and its receipt of Support and Maintenance. A Renewal Subscription Period is also a Subscription Period hereunder.

1.28 “Support and Maintenance” means the support and maintenance services to be provided by ReaQta to Customer with respect to the ReaQta Software during the relevant Subscription Period, which will be performed in accordance with the terms specified in Exhibit A.

1.29 “User” means Customer’s (or, as applicable, Customer’s wholly-owned subsidiaries’) employees, independent contractors, agents, or other representatives whose Endpoints are authorized for ReaQta Agent data collection pursuant to the terms of the Agreement.

2. Subscription and License; Professional Services

Subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement, including, without limitation, the payment of the applicable Contract Fees:

(a) In consideration of payment of the applicable Subscription Fee for a Subscription Period, ReaQta grants to Customer and Customer hereby accepts, a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable (except as authorized herein) and non-sublicensable right, effective during each Subscription Period, to:

  1. (i) install such number of Endpoints as are specified in the Quotation at Customer’s Sites,
  2. (ii) grant the right to access and use the ReaQta Software to Users in accordance with this Agreement, and
  3. (iii) use the ReaQta Software solely for Customer’s internal cyber-security purposes in accordance with the Agreement and the Documentation.

Customer is hereby authorized to install ReaQta Agents) on devices, and permit the use of the ReaQta Software by its wholly-owned subsidiaries at physical locations, that would qualify hereunder for such installation and use if such ReaQta Agents were installed at Customer Sites; provided that all limitations and waivers of liability and disclaimers of warrant hereunder shall apply to such deployment and use.

The Subscription granted hereunder for each Subscription Period shall be fully effective at the commencement, and for the duration, of each Subscription Period, provided such Subscription shall terminate upon termination or expiration of the Agreement pursuant to Section 12. The Professional Services granted hereunder shall be fully effective upon the SOW and/or SLA commencement date, and shall terminate upon termination or expiration of the Agreement pursuant to Section 12.

  1. (a) ReaQta agrees to provide, on the terms and conditions set forth herein, Support and Maintenance with respect to the ReaQta Software as laid out in Section 6.
  2. (b) ReaQta agrees to provide, on the terms and conditions set forth herein, such Professional Services as Customer may acquire as specified in one or more executed Quotations and/or the related SOW, and/or SLA.

3. Restrictions

3.1 Except as otherwise specifically authorized by the Agreement, Customer will not: (i) copy, modify, sublicense, sell, distribute, transfer, tamper with, reverse engineer, disassemble or decompile the ReaQta Package or any part thereof or otherwise attempt to derive or obtain the source code of the ReaQta Software or any part thereof; (ii) modify, improve or make derivative works incorporating the ReaQta Software or any part thereof, nor use the ReaQta Software or any part thereof as part of a service bureau to any third party or to provide commercial, rental or sharing arrangements for the benefit of any third party; (iii) remove and/or alter any copyright notices, trademark, logo or other proprietary or restrictive notice (hereinafter, collectively “Proprietary Notices”) or legend affixed to, contained or included in, the ReaQta Package and Customer will reproduce and copy all such Proprietary Notices on all copies of the ReaQta Package or any part thereof, made pursuant and subject to the terms of the Agreement; and/or (iv) disclose the results of any testing or benchmarking of the ReaQta Software to any third party. (v)use any feature of the ReaQta Package for any purpose other than in the performance of, and in accordance with, this Agreement.

3.2 In making use of the ReaQta Software, Customer and its authorized Users shall comply with all applicable laws, including data protection and privacy laws and Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Laws. Customer shall cooperate as reasonably requested by ReaQta in confirming such compliance by Customer and its authorized Users.

3.3 Customers shall not use the ReaQta Software in any ultra-hazardous environments, including any application that involves risk of death, personal injury, or severe property or environmental damage, or in any life support applications, devices.

4. Title

All title, right and interest in and to the ReaQta Software and developments and derivatives thereof, the related Documentation, Specifications and the ReaQta’s Confidential Information, including all intellectual property rights pertaining thereto, are owned exclusively by ReaQta. Nothing in the Agreement shall constitute a waiver of ReaQta’s rights under any law, or be in any way construed or interpreted as such.

5. Quotations, Contract Fees, Payment Terms, Taxes and Late Payments

5.1 In respect of each component of the ReaQta Software that the Customer wishes to license and/or Support and Maintenance and/or Professional Services that Customer wishes to purchase during the Subscription Period, ReaQta or Authorized Partner, as applicable, will issue to Customer a Quotation (which may consist of separate Quotations for individual products and services to be covered under the Agreement). Unless otherwise specified in the related Quotation (i) the initial Subscription Period ending on the Subscription End Date stated in the applicable Quotation unless the Agreement is terminated in accordance with the terms herein, as specified in Section 12. Upon confirmation by the Parties of the terms set forth in a Quotation, such Quotation shall be duly executed, physically or by electronic means acceptable to ReaQta, by each respective Party and such Quotation, together with these General Terms and Conditions and other documents, as applicable, specified in the definition of Agreement hereunder, shall constitute the Agreement as of the Start Date stated in such Quotation. Each Quotation will expressly incorporate by reference the General Terms and Conditions.

5.2 The Customer will pay the applicable Subscription Fees and other Contract Fees for the ReaQta Software covered under the Agreement pursuant to the following payment terms:

  1. (a) ReaQta or Partner, as applicable, will issue Customer one or more invoices (referencing the Customer Quotation Number) for all amounts due under the Agreement. The full amount of the Subscription Fees and other Contract Fees provided for hereunder is acknowledged as fully earned by ReaQta’s entrance into the Agreement, as the agreed consideration for the grant of the Subscription, even if a Subscription Fee or other Contract Fee is specified as payable in installments during a Subscription Period or pursuant to separate invoices, and such installment payment methodology and separate invoicing is only for the convenience of Customer.
  2. (b) Payment of invoices received by Customer from Partner shall be in accordance with the terms of Partner’s agreements with Customer and the instructions set forth by Partner in its invoice. Unless otherwise specified in the applicable Quotation, Customer will pay to ReaQta, or to its order, invoices received from ReaQta, net thirty (30) days after the date of the invoice by electronic funds transfer to the payee or payees specified in accordance with the instructions set forth in the invoice to be paid or such other instructions provided to Customer by ReaQta from time to time. Customer agrees to pay the full amount thereof, without deduction, offset, setoff, counterclaim or reduction, recoupment or other charge. All pre-paid Professional Services shall be used within one (1) year from the date ordered, and any Professional Services not used are forfeited.

5.3 Contract Fees are stated exclusive of all sales, use, excise, value added, withholding and other taxes, and all customs duties and tariffs now or hereafter claimed or imposed by any governmental authority upon the sale or license of the ReaQta Software. Any such charges will be added to the Contract Fees or subsequently invoiced to the Customer, with any such tax, duty or tariff collected by ReaQta for submission to the relevant taxing authority. In the event ReaQta is required to pay any such tax, duty or charge, Customer will promptly reimburse ReaQta on an after-tax basis. Any taxes or levies based on the income, revenue or profits of the ReaQta will be paid by the ReaQta and will not be reimbursed by or recharged to Customer.

5.4 All amounts due to ReaQta that are not paid by Customer by the due date required by the Agreement will bear interest at the rate of one percent (1%) per month, capped at five percent (5%) per annum of simple interest on the arrears payable on ReaQta’s demand, or as otherwise agreed in any authorised ReaQta Partner Agreement, as the case may be. Without limiting any other right or remedy available to ReaQta, in the event that any payment due from Customer (including but not limited to Subscription Fee, Professional Services Fees and amounts due upon a determination of underpayment due to installation of Endpoints in excess of the authorized quantity) to ReaQta, or if applicable any amount due from Customer to Partner, is more than thirty (30) days late, ReaQta shall have the right to suspend performance under the Agreement, upon ten days’ notice to Customer and, as applicable, Partner (provided no such notice shall be required if such notice is not permitted under applicable law), until all payments are made current. No discounts for prepayment are authorized hereunder.

5.5 All Fees are non-refundable and shall not be subject to any offsets or reductions (except as otherwise specifically provided herein). Customer is responsible for providing any applicable tax exemption certificates.

6. Support and Maintenance; Professional Services

6.1 ReaQta will use commercially reasonable efforts to provide Customer with Support and Maintenance during the Subscription Period pursuant to the terms of Exhibit A, as may be amended from time to time in accordance with the terms hereof.

6.2 In the event Customer wishes to receive Professional Services, Professional Services shall be charged in accordance with the agreed upon Professional Services fees specified in the applicable Quotation (the “Professional Services Fees”); (i) Customer shall reasonably cooperate, at Customer’s expense, with ReaQta in the performance of the Professional Services and provide ReaQta with (as well as procure for ReaQta the right to access and use), at Customer’s expense, all information, materials, facilities, assistance, and equipment within its possession that are reasonably requested by ReaQta in performance thereof. (ii) Professional Services will commence on a mutually agreed upon date. Estimates provided for Professional Services performed on a time-and-material basis are estimates only and not a guaranteed time of completion. Professional Services performed on a fixed fee basis are limited to the scope of services stated in the applicable Order.

6.3 Prior to commencement of the Professional Services specified in the applicable Quotation, all Contract Fees due for payment by Customer prior to the related Start Date, in accordance with the payment terms specified herein and in any Quotation, shall have been paid. Professional Services Fees will be payable as invoiced by ReaQta to Customer, and will constitute a part of the Contract Fees payable hereunder. To the extent of any conflict between the General Terms and Conditions included in the Agreement and the SOW and/or SLA, these General Terms and Conditions shall prevail, unless and to the extent that the SOW and/or SLA expressly states otherwise.

6.4 ReaQta shall be entitled, at its discretion, to cause any one or more of its subsidiaries or affiliates to perform any Support and Maintenance and/or Professional Services required hereunder, which performance shall be in accordance with and subject to the terms and provisions of the Agreement, and shall be accepted hereunder by Customer as though performed by ReaQta.

6.5 ReaQta may release patches, bug fixes, updates, upgrades, maintenance and/or service packs (“Updates”) for the Software from time to time, which may be necessary to ensure the proper function and security of the Software and Cloud Services. ReaQta is not responsible for performance, security, warranty breaches, support or issues encountered in connection with the Cloud Services or the Software that result from Customer’s failure to accept and apply Updates within a reasonable timeframe.

7. Subscription Compliance Verification; Data Acquisition and Use

7.1 ReaQta reserves the right to access and electronically inspect (which may be conducted by its representatives, including internal or external auditors) Customer’s ReaQta Software installation, including without limitation, Endpoint installation, and Customer’s books, documents, facilities, computers, papers and records related to the ReaQta Software and the Agreement, to verify Customer’s compliance with the provisions of the Agreement and to ensure that Customer does not exceed the number of installations of Endpoints which are commensurate with the Subscription Fees paid to ReaQta during the relevant Subscription Period. Customer agrees to permit the access contemplated in this Section 7.1. ReaQta will be entitled to exercise its rights under this Section 7.1 once annually during the term of the Agreement upon notice to Customer (provided that ReaQta may exercise such rights more often at its discretion, upon notice, while Customer is in default under the Agreement), and once annually for a period of five (5) years after expiration or termination of the Agreement. Any inspection will be conducted during Customer’s normal business hours so as not to unreasonably interfere with Customer’s business activities. If an inspection reveals that Customer has underpaid fees due to ReaQta, ReaQta will invoice Customer for such underpaid amounts based on the Subscription Fees and other fees in effect at the time such audit or inspection is completed, plus interest at the rate specified above in Section 5.4, and Customer will make prompt payment of such amounts. If such inspection established that Subscription Fees or other Contract Fees have been underpaid then Customer will also pay the reasonable expenses associated with such inspection, along with the amount of the underpayment (and interest on such underpayment under Section 5.3).

7.2 In addition, Customer acknowledges that the ReaQta Agent collects metadata information from each host machine including, but not limited to processes, machine, user, connections, service and file information and sends such information to the ReaQta Software. Upon Customer’s reasonable request, ReaQta may enable the ReaQta Agent to collect and upload to the ReaQta Software additional data, including but not limited to, files or logs. Notwithstanding any provision of the Agreement to the contrary, ReaQta may use any data collected, provided, or otherwise made available to ReaQta for its internal purposes, including but not limited to developing, delivering and enhancing ReaQta’s products and services, and for internal evaluation of threats, system usage, security breaches, intrusions and other similar purposes, provided that such data is in an aggregated and/or other de-identified form. To the extent that ReaQta processes on Customer’s behalf any Personal Data (as defined in the Privacy Policy, as applicable) collected, provided, or otherwise made available to ReaQta, the terms of the Privacy Policy, which are hereby incorporated by reference, shall apply and the parties agree to comply with such terms.including (i) aggregating and/or de-identifying the Endpoint Data, (iii) developing, analyzing, and improving ReaQta’s Offerings, (iii) detecting, researching and evaluating threats, fraudulent activity, security breaches, intrusions and similar purposes and (v) as otherwise permitted by applicable laws. ReaQta shall not disclose or otherwise make available any Endpoint Data to any third party in a form that identifies or is reasonably capable of identifying Customer or an authorized User, unless required to comply with applicable law or legal process. As between ReaQta and Customer, Reaqta owns the de-identified Endpoint Data. Customer represents and warrants that it owns, or otherwise has all the rights to all information and Customer Data processed as part of the Offering pursuant to this Agreement.

8. Data Privacy and Security

8.1 ReaQta will take reasonable and appropriate technical and organizational measures designed to protect Customer Data against unauthorized access, accidental loss or damage, unauthorized destruction and the introduction of viruses, Trojan Horses, worms and other malicious code. The security measure provided by ReaQta shall be in accordance with ReaQta’s information security policies specified on the Policies page and good industry practices relating to protection of the type of data typically collected or processed by ReaQta.

8.2 To the extent that ReaQta processes any Customer Personal Data (as defined in the Privacy Policy, as applicable) collected, provided, or otherwise made available to ReaQta, the terms of the Privacy Policy, which are hereby incorporated by reference, shall apply and the parties agree to comply with such terms. To the extent, if any, that Customer Data includes personal data, Customer shall act as the data controller for any and all personal data. ReaQta shall act as the data processor on behalf of Customer with respect to such personal data and shall carry out the reasonable instructions of Customer with regard to the collection, processing and protection of such personal data in accordance with this Agreement. Customer hereby consents to ReaQta’s processing of Customer Data, including personal data, for the purposes of carrying out its obligations under this Agreement, and for other lawful purposes in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Customer is responsible for obtaining any required consents from individual data subjects relating to the use of the Offerings.

9. Confidential Information

9.1 “Confidential Information” means, any information, data or knowledge of any kind and in any form and however disclosed, presented or displayed, by a Party hereto and/or any of its Affiliates (“Disclosing Party”) to the other Party (the “Receiving Party”) and which is not generally available to the public, including products and services (and any related documentation), computer programs, business information, trade-secrets, methodology, know-how, marketing and other commercial/financial knowledge, techniques, specifications, plans and other proprietary information. Confidential Information shall not include information which the Receiving Party can demonstrate (a) is in or comes into the public domain without fault on the part of the Receiving Party; (b) was lawfully known to it prior to its disclosure by the Disclosing Party; (c) is disclosed to the Receiving Party by a third party without breaching of any duty of confidentiality; (d) was independently developed without reference to the Confidential Information; (e) is made available to third parties by the Disclosing Party without restriction on the disclosure of such information; or (f) is approved by the Disclosing Party for release in writing.

9.2 The Receiving Party will maintain the Confidential Information received from the Disclosing Party in strict confidence and will use at least the same degree of care and discretion as it uses to protect the confidentiality of its own confidential information of similar nature but not less than a reasonable degree of care. Except as expressly authorized hereunder, the Receiving Party will not disclose or use or allow others to disclose or use the Confidential Information without the prior written consent of the Disclosing Party. The Receiving Party shall only use the Confidential Information for the purposes of this Agreement (“Purpose”) and only disclose the Confidential Information to its directors, officers, employees and any other person that the Disclosing Party has authorized the receiving Party to disclose the Confidential Information to (“Representatives”) who need to have access to same for the Purpose, provided that each of the Representatives to whom the Confidential Information is disclosed is bound by confidentiality obligations no less restrictive than those contained herein and the Receiving Party agrees to enforce any such undertaking. Notwithstanding the above, the Receiving Party acknowledges that it will be responsible for any breach of any of the provisions of this Agreement by any of its Representatives, including after termination of their employment or engagement, as the case may be. If the Receiving Party or any of its Representatives receives a request or order for disclosure of Confidential Information from any court, tribunal, government department or agency or other official body, or if the Receiving Party believes disclosure is otherwise required under applicable law, if legally permissible, it shall promptly notify the Disclosing Party and shall cooperate with the Disclosing Party (at the Disclosing Party’s expense) in seeking a protective order or other appropriate remedy. If the receiving Party or any of its Representatives is legally compelled to disclose Confidential Information, it may disclose only the minimal amount legally required to be disclosed. The Receiving Party shall notify the Disclosing Party immediately in writing upon becoming aware that any Confidential Information has been disclosed to an unauthorized third party and assist the Disclosing Party in remedying such unauthorized disclosure. Customer may from time to time provide suggestions, comments or other feedback (“Feedback”) with respect to the Offerings or ReaQta Data. Customer agrees that all Feedback is given voluntarily and that ReaQta owns all right, title and interest in and to such Feedback.

10. Warranties and Disclaimer

10.1 ReaQta warrants only that during the Subscription Period, the ReaQta Software will perform, in all material respects, in accordance with the Specifications. Customer’s exclusive remedy and ReaQta’s entire liability under this limited warranty will be, as determined by ReaQta, for ReaQta to to repair or replace the non-conforming component of an Offering so that the non-conforming component of the Offering performs, in all material respects, in accordance with the Specifications.or in a case where ReaQta is unable to do so, to reimburse Customer on a pro-rata basis, in the form of credits when purchasing ReaQta Software in the future, the Subscription Fees for the grant of the license to the ReaQta Software hereunder for the applicable Subscription Period paid in respect of the non-conforming component of the ReaQta Software, which payment, if elected by ReaQta, shall be Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy and ReaQta’s sole and exclusive liability with respect to such non-conforming services.

10.2 ReaQta warrants that it would conduct all services in a professional and workmanlike manner consistent with generally accepted industry practices. Customers must notify ReaQta of any warranty claims within thirty (30) days from the date performed. Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy and ReaQta’s entire liability for its breach of this warranty will be for ReaQta, at its option and expense, to use commercially reasonable efforts to re-perform the non-conforming Services, or refund a portion of the pre-paid Fees attributable to the non-conforming Services.

10.3 ReaQta warrants that to the best of ReaQta’s knowledge, the Software does not violate any third party’s patents or copyrights in effect as of the Effective Date hereof.

10.4 The warranties specified in Section 9.1 and 9.2 above do not cover liability or repair for damages, malfunctions, or service failures which are caused by (i) actions in respect of the ReaQta Software by any non-ReaQta personnel which were not approved by ReaQta, (ii) alteration or repair to or modification of the ReaQta Software, without ReaQta’s prior written approval, (iii) the combination or integration of the ReaQta Software with other products, including but not limited to any systems of the Customer, other than in accordance with Specifications, (iv) failure of Customer to install the latest version of ReaQta Software, (v) failure to follow ReaQta’s installation, operation, or maintenance instructions, (vi) use of the ReaQta Software in violation of the Specifications or ReaQta’s instructions or subjection of the ReaQta Software to misuse, neglect, accident or abuse, (vii) negligence or willful misconduct by Customer or Users, or (8) any force majeure such as fire, explosion, lightning, power surges or failures, water, strikes.

10.5 Customer warrants that (i) it will not introduce into the Cloud Services any virus, worm, Trojan horse, time bomb, or other malicious or harmful code designed to affect the operation of the Cloud Services; and (ii) the performance of its obligations hereunder and delivery and use of the Cloud Services and On-Premise Software will not violate any applicable laws or regulations.



Exhibit A – Support and Maintenance

1. General

“Business Day” or “business day” means a day (8.00am to 6.00pm) from Monday through Friday that is not a EU national holiday, state holiday or official EU bank holiday.

“Error” means any failure of the ReaQta Software to conform in any material respect to the Specifications.

“Error Correction” means either a modification or addition that, when made or added to the ReaQta Software, brings the ReaQta Software into material conformity with the Specifications, or a procedure or routine that, when observed in the regular operation of the ReaQta Software, avoids the practical adverse effect of such nonconformity.

“Ticket” means an interaction with a ReaQta support representative.

“Workaround” means a temporary corrective action to restore the applicable ReaQta Software to operation or to diminish or avoid the effect of the Error; provided that such Workaround will not materially impact the normal operational status of Customer.

Capitalized terms used and not defined herein will bear the definitions assigned thereto in the License and Services Agreement – General Terms and Conditions to which this Exhibit A is attached.

2. Scope of Support

Subject to payment of the relevant Subscription Fees under the Quotation, during any Subscription Period ReaQta will provide the following support for the ReaQta Software for five named Customer contacts:

Error Correction. ReaQta will use commercially reasonable diligence to correct verifiable and reproducible Errors reported to ReaQta in accordance with ReaQta’s standard reporting procedures as will be in effect and notified from time to time. The Error Correction, when completed, may be provided in the form of a Workaround, consisting of sufficient programming and operating instructions to implement the Error Correction.

E-mail Support. ReaQta will maintain an e-mail response system that permits Customer to report problems and seek assistance in use of the ReaQta Software via e-mail. Email support is currently only available to named contacts that wish to open a Ticket via ReaQta’s support representatives will respond to these questions on a commercially reasonable efforts basis, available on business days, that permits Customer to report Errors and seek assistance in the use and functionality of the ReaQta Software.

Updates. ReaQta may, from time to time, issue updates of the ReaQta Software containing Error Corrections or other improvements. ReaQta will provide reasonable indications to assist Customer’s installation and operation of each new update. Because updates may be cumulative, an update may only be useful if Customer has obtained and installed all prior applicable updates.

ReaQta will use commercially reasonable diligence to enforce a system of response-time standards, based on severity of Tickets/Errors as follows:

Severity Level


1 - Critical

ReaQta Software is down or there is a critical impact on Customer’s business operation due to Error(s) in the ReaQta Software

2 - Serious

Use of the ReaQta Software is severely degraded or significant aspects of Customer’s business operations are being negatively impacted by the Error(s) in the ReaQta Software.

3 - Low Impact

Error or loss of functionality in the ReaQta Software that results in a minor impact to Customer’s business operation

4 - Informational

No ReaQta Software Error. Customer requires assistance with regard to the ReaQta Software’s technology, product capabilities, installation and configuration.

Severity Level

Response Time

Error Correctino Goal

1 - Critical

< 12 hours

Within 7 Business days

2 - Serious

< 24 hours

Within 30 Business Days

3 - Low Impact

Within 5 Business Days

Next major update

4 - Informational

As soon as practicable

As soon as practicable

3. Exceptions

ReaQta is not obliged to provide support where the relevant Error or problem arises as a result of:

  1. the misuse, improper use, alteration, or damage of the ReaQta Software or use thereof in an environment that is not in accordance with the Documentation;
  2. any modifications of the ReaQta Software not made or authorized by ReaQta;
  3. the combination of the ReaQta Software with other programs or equipment not approved by ReaQta; or
  4. any accident or disaster affecting the ReaQta Software, including fire, flood, lightning or vandalism, or any other event not under the control of ReaQta,
  5. Errors in any version of the ReaQta Software other than the most recent version

4. Staff

ReaQta will maintain trained staff capable of rendering the support set forth in the Agreement.

5. Documentation

If the Documentation does not provide adequate or correct instructions in order to enable Customer to make proper use of any facility or function of the ReaQta Software, then Customer will notify the ReaQta who will correct the defect and provide Customer with appropriate amendments to the Documentation.

6. Customer Cooperation

Customer must promptly notify ReaQta following the discovery of any Error. Further, upon discovery of an Error, Customer agrees, if requested by ReaQta, to submit to ReaQta a listing of output and any other data that ReaQta may require to reproduce the Error and the operating conditions under which the Error occurred or was discovered. In addition, Customer is responsible for procuring, installing, and maintaining all equipment, communications interfaces, and other hardware necessary to operate the ReaQta Software and to obtain maintenance and support services from ReaQta. ReaQta will not be responsible for delays caused by events or circumstances beyond ReaQta’s reasonable control.