Terms and Conditions
1. Scope of the Agreement
These terms and conditions shall be applied to the provision and use of Custobar Oy’s (“Custobar”) cloud-based Customer Data Platform solution designed for the B2C sector (”Service”), licensed to the client entity accepting these accepting these these Terms and Conditions (“Client”). These Terms and Conditions and the Service Description shall constitute a binding agreement (“Agreement”) between Custobar and the Client.
By purchasing the Service from the website or accessing the Service, you agree that you are authorized to accept this Agreement on behalf of yourself and/or the company you represent, and that the Client will become bound by this Agreement.
The Service displays data collected from the Client’s systems as well as data submitted by the Client’s personnel (”Client Confidential Information”).
Any additional work and implementation, development, installation, training services and other services performed to Client shall be separately agreed upon by applying these Terms and Conditions.
2. Fees and Invoicing
The Client will purchase the Service from Custobar website using a valid credit card. Any additional products or services will be purchased via Client’s Custobar account. Custobar is not directly involved in the online payment but through a third-party service provider. For this purpose, the Client shall authorize Custobar to initiate a payment or a series of payments on the Client’s behalf based on purchases made by the Client. The fees applicable to the use of the Service are set out on the Custobar website (www.custobar.com/pricing) and on the user interface of Custobar at the time of the purchase. Value added tax is added to all prices in accordance with applicable law.
Custobar has the right to change the prices applicable to the use of the Service once per year by providing the Client with a 3 months’ prior written notice. The price change does not affect the fees applicable to invoice cycles preceding the price change. In case the Client does not accept the price change, the Client has the right to terminate the Agreement by applying the notice period defined in the Section 11.
Custobar is actively developing the Service and new features may be released continuously. New features may have an additional monthly cost. Once released, these features and additional costs will be added to the Custobar price list at www.custobar.com/pricing/ or will be informed to you by email@example.com.
The monthly fee applicable to the use of the Service shall be charged, in accordance with Custobar price list (www.custobar.com/pricing/), from the Client’s credit card on a monthly basis for the amount of the payment and any applicable fees or charges. The monthly fee applicable to the use of the Service shall be invoiced one month in advance by Custobar starting from the day of opening the Custobar environment for the Client.
The fees relating to the implementation or startup of the Service are invoiced at the time of purchasing the Service. The Client shall be responsible for all purchases made using the Client’s credit card or from the Client’s Custobar account. Additional fees collected by the credit card provider, such as credit card fees, may be added to the payable amount. Custobar is not responsible for any insufficient funds charges, chargeback fees, or other, similar charges that might be imposed on you by your bank or our third-party service provider.
The sales data will be stored for 5 years and event data for 2 years starting from the date the data has been added to Custobar.
3. Provision of Service
Custobar shall keep the Client Confidential Information secure and confidential by applying industry-standard organizational and technical measures. Custobar shall provide the Service to the Client in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, in a careful and professional manner.
Custobar has the right to use subcontractors. Custobar is liable of the subcontractors work as its own.
The Service Description (as provided in Appendix 1) further governs the provision of the Service.
For the avoidance of doubt, Custobar does not guarantee that the Service will always be available uninterrupted and error-free.
4. Client Responsibilities
The Client shall perform its obligations hereunder diligently and professionally. The Client shall provide all requested information necessary for the provision of the Service. Such information shall be accurate and complete.
The Client shall be liable for the use and security of all usernames and passwords to the Service as well as for complying with all applicable use restrictions of such usernames and passwords.
The Client is liable for the accuracy of the data submitted to the Service and for all transactions and activity performed by Client in the Service and under the Client’s user names and passwords.
The Client is responsible for all activity occurring under its users’ accounts. The Client shall not: (i) send or store material containing software viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other harmful computer code, files, scripts, agents or programs; (ii) interfere with or disrupt the integrity or performance of the Service or the data contained therein; or (iii) attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Service or its related systems or networks.
The Client agrees not to: (i) distribute, lease, license, sell, rent, lend, convey or otherwise transfer or assign Services, any copies thereof without the express prior written consent of Custobar; (ii) to the extent not provided otherwise by applicable mandatory law, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, translate, prepare derivative works based on or otherwise modify Service, in whole or in part; (iii) remove, obscure or modify any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices, marks or labels contained on or within Service, falsify or delete any author attributions, legal notices or other labels of the origin or source of the material; (iv) scrape, build databases or otherwise create permanent copies of information within the Service, except for Client Confidential Data; (v) engage in activity that incites or encourages violence or hatred against individuals or groups or is otherwise considered as unethical; and/or (vi) access the Service in order to build a similar or competitive product or service or copy any ideas, features, functions, or graphics of the Services; or (vii) other use the Service in a manner which violates any applicable laws.
Upon Client’s violation of any of its obligations above, Custobar shall be entitled to suspend the Client’s access to the Service. Custobar will strive to, but is not obligated, to notify the Client of such suspension in advance.
The Client represents and warrants that it has validly entered into this Agreement and has the legal power to do so.
5. Intellectual Property Rights
The title and intellectual property rights to the Client Confidential Information shall belong exclusively to the Client.
The title, intellectual property rights and all other rights to the Service shall belong exclusively to Custobar, including but not excluding source and other codes, manuals, documents, training materials and other material relating to the Service. The Client shall have the limited, non-exclusive right to use the Service for the purposes of its own business operations during the term of this Agreement.
The Client and Custobar (as applicable) shall prevent the unlawful access and use of the Service.
6. Intellectual Property Rights Infringements
Custobar warrants that the Service does not infringe any intellectual property rights in force in Finland.
Custobar shall at its own expense indemnify the Client against claims presented against the Client that the Service infringes third party intellectual property rights in Finland, provided that the Client promptly notifies Custobar in writing of such presented claims and permits Custobar to, at its own expense and discretion, defend or settle the claims on behalf of the Client and gives to Custobar the available requisite information, assistance and authorizations.
In case Custobar deems that any part of the Service infringes the intellectual property rights of any third party, Custobar has the right at its own expense either:
- obtain a right to use the Service on behalf of Client;
- replace the Service with a service corresponding to the Service;
- modify the Service in order to eliminate the infringement.
If none of the above-mentioned alternatives is possible on reasonable terms for Custobar, the Client has to cease using the Service.
Custobar shall not be liable for claims which:
- are asserted by a company that exercises control over the Client or which is controlled by the Client;
- results from alteration of the Service by the Client or from compliance with the Client’s written instructions;
- results from use of the Service in combination with any product or service not supplied by Custobar; or
- results from the Client not complying with its obligations set out in this Section 6.
Custobar’s liability for infringement of intellectual property rights shall be limited to this Section 6.
7. Processing of Personal Data
During the course of providing the Client with the Service, Custobar may process certain personal data on behalf of the Client. The details of the processing as well as the Parties’ rights and obligations concerning the processing have been stipulated in the Appendix of this Agreement 2 (Data Processing Appendix).
The parties shall keep the confidential information of the other party or Custobar confidential and shall not disclose it to a third party without the prior written consent of the other party or Custobar, as applicable.
The confidentiality obligation shall, however, not apply to information that the receiving party has independently developed or legitimately received from a third party or was in the possession of the receiving party prior to receipt from the disclosing party or is part of the public domain. Any knowhow, ideas, technologies or procedures arising from the performance of the obligations set out herein shall not be considered confidential information.
The parties shall ensure that their employees and representatives comply with the confidentiality obligations set out above. In addition, the Client shall ensure that its employees having access to the Service are bound by similar confidentiality obligations as set out herein.
9. Damages and Limitation of Liability
In case a party has breached the provisions of this Agreement and has not remedied such breach in 30 days from receiving a notice thereof, the party shall be liable for the direct damages incurred by the other party as a result of such contract breach.
The total maximum liability of Custobar for any direct damages that arise from the use of the Service shall be limited to the amounts charged from Client for the use of the Service during a period of 6 months. These limitations of liability shall not apply in cases of intentional misconduct or gross negligence.
A party or Custobar (as applicable) shall not be liable for the following damages and claims:
a) damages that arise from the other party’s breach of its obligations set out herein;
b) indirect damages incurred by the other party or a third party such as loss of profit, expected savings or loss, alternation or destruction of information.
Custobar shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the use by Client of third-party services.
The liability of Custobar hereunder shall be limited to this Section 9.
10. Reference Rights
Custobar has the right to use the Client’s name and logo as a customer reference.
11. Term and termination
The Agreement is valid until further notice. The client can terminate this Agreement by canceling the subscription through the Client’s Custobar account. The termination will come to effect at the end of the current billing period.
Custobar may terminate this Agreement with immediate effect in case the Client’s credit card payment has not been successful of the Client has otherwise failed to pay any Service fees in due time. Custobar is also entitled to terminate this Agreement in case the Client breaches any other of its obligations laid out in this Agreement or any applicable law.
In addition to the above Custobar is entitled to terminate this Agreement for convenience with 3 months’ prior written notice to the Client.
A party may terminate this Agreement with immediate effect if the other party is dissolved or liquidated, is declared bankrupt or otherwise becomes the subject to other insolvency proceedings.
Custobar is not in any circumstances liable to return any fees already paid for the Service by Client.
12. Applicable law and dispute resolution
The Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Finland. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relation to this Contract, or the breach, termination or validity thereof, shall be finally settled by arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Rules of the Finland Chamber of Commerce. The number of arbitrators shall be one. The seat shall be Helsinki, Finland and the language English.
13. Force Majeure
Custobar shall not be liable for the failure to perform its obligations set out under this Agreement when such failure results from any cause beyond the control of Custobar.
In case providing the Service becomes impossible or is unreasonable during a period exceeding 1 month, the Client has the right to terminate the Agreement with immediate effect.
Any claims under the Agreement against Custobar shall be presented within six months from the breach giving rise to the claim. Any claims shall be made in writing.
A party may not assign this Agreement without the prior written consent of the other party. However, the Agreement may be assigned to an affiliate of a party by written notice to the other party.
This Agreement represents the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the Service and supersedes all prior negotiations, understandings and agreements relating to the subject matter hereof.
If there is any discrepancy between the Agreement and its attachments, the Agreement shall prevail after which the attachments shall be applied in numerical order.
The client is added to the mailing list of Custobar when signing up for the service.
This is a service description of the Custobar cloud-based Customer Data Platform solution as well as related services (“Service”). By using the Service, the Client may browse its customer, product and sales data, inspect data of individual customers and their sales history as well as communicate to customers through different channels.
The Service includes the following components:
- A cloud service, which is used over the web browser
- Manuals and user guides
- Admin user support
Custobar Service Description
1.) Cloud service used over the web browser
The core service of Custobar is the cloud service which is made available via the internet for users named by the Client. The cloud service offers a user interface for viewing customer, product and sales information and a tool for communicating with customers through multiple channels. There are two different versions of Custobar, depending on whether the Client prefers only to view information or also to update its customer database through Custobar.
Custobar will be integrated to the Client’s systems so that information mentioned above will move from the Client’s system to Custobar and back, if necessary.
Custobar strives to provide the cloud service on a 24/7 basis. Custobar aims to get any disruptions solved as soon as possible.
2.) Manuals and user guides
Manuals and user guides for the use of the Service may be accessed online.
3.) Admin user support
The admin users named by the Client are provided technical support via email by Custobar. The technical support is available during weekdays (Monday to Friday) from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm CET. The solutions/answers to support questions/problems will be communicated to the Client without unreasonable delay as soon as the question/problem is solved. In addition Custobar offers optional higher SLA support services.
The API of the Service may be used by Client or trusted partner to update information to the Service. The documentation of the API is available to the Client.
Also other integrations can be implemented into the Service. Such integration work shall be agreed upon separately. Third parties may be used to perform such integration work only with the prior written consent of Custobar.
The Services are provided from a certified environment, which is protected against unauthorized access both technically (by firewalls) and physically (secure and monitored server rooms). The communications between the Client’s browser and the Service is SLL encrypted. In addition, any data transfers between third parties for the integration of Client data to the Service is performed via an encrypted connection.
The Service is secured against external attacks and the operability of the system is monitored.
The end-users of the Service are identified with a personal code. Individual end-users have limited rights to access the Client’s data and may only see a limited amount of data as per his authorization. The end-users shall keep their personal codes confidential and secure. Each end-user shall be responsible for all use and activity occurring under the end-user’s personal code, irrespective of whether the end-user was aware of such use.
Back up copying
The Service automatically creates back-up copies of the Client’s data. Such back-up copies are made once per day or, in case the Service is provider as client master, approximately once per hour.
The monthly fee of the Service includes software updates and technical maintenance of the system.
Customer service hours
The Custobar customer service hours are from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm CET.
In order to use the Service, the end user must have the following technology:
- Computer or tablet, with a working internet connection
We recommend to always use the last available version of the internet browser. The Service supports the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and Google Chrome. Old versions of the browsers might prevent the use of the Service.
Latest update: February 5, 2021