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1. Introductory Provisions

1.1. These terms and conditions are an integral part of the Agreement entered into between the Client and the Provider, and define binding rules and conditions of providing Services and Products and use of Services and Products. These terms and conditions govern the contractual relationship between Provider of the Service and the Client.

1.2. The definitions set below have for the purpose of these terms and conditions following meaning:

  • T&C – means these Terms and Conditions.
  • Agreement – means a Service Agreement entered into between the Client and the Provider.
  • Client – means an individual conducting business or legal entity entering into Agreement with the Provider.
  • Client’s server – means the server and other HW equipment not owned, managed or controlled by the Provider
  • Provider – means the company INTEGRITY SOFTWARE LIMITED., with its seat at 71-75 Shelton Street, London, Greater London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ, Company ID: 12931837.
  • Product – means any Service or its part provided under specific Provider’s brand name based on the Provider’s brand policy. The Client is buying the Product AS IS. Support and other services are provided separately.
  • Price list – means the document or web page, which sets the price of Service and or Product if not stated otherwise in the Agreement.
  • Provider’s server – means the server and other HW equipment managed or controlled by the Provider. The Provider may use the third party services to secure the appropriate server performance
  • Implementation Service specification – means the implementations terms and conditions set by the Provider and/or individualized by the Client according to the Agreement. Unless the Client has purchased an Implementation Service or unless explicitly stated, there is no guaranteed Implementation Service included in the price of the Product.
  • Support Service specification – means the support terms and conditions set by the Provider and/or individualized by the Client according to the Agreement. Unless the Client has purchased a support Service or unless explicitly stated, there is no guaranteed Support Service included in the price of the Product.
  • Service – means the specific Service provided by the Provider to the Client under the Agreement, and which may include license to the Service, maintenance of the Service, Service support and other related services, to the extend agreed to in the Agreement and Product.
  • Trial version of the Service – means trial version of the Service, which is made available to the Client free of charge and to a limited extent.
  • Administrator – means a person designated by the Client for administration of his User Account.
  • User – means a natural person who works for the Client (as his employee, partner, executive director, a person cooperating with the Client on a long-term basis under the agreement of providing legal services), for which the Client sets up a User Account.
  • User Account – means user account with a unique access code and password.
  • Data security system – means a document describing methods of securing data stored in the Service application.
  • Parties – means jointly the Client and the Provider.

2. Method of acceptance of T&C

2.1. Service is provided to the Client based on concluded Agreement. Integral parts of the Agreement are these T&C.

2.2. The Agreement is concluded on the day of signature by both Parties. In case the Agreement is concluded through the web interface, the Agreement is concluded upon payment of the price for Service (in case of wireless transfer when the amount corresponding to the price for Services is credited to the bank account of the Provider) in the amount specified in the first billing period. This does not apply if the Client will be using Trial version of the Service under the conditions set in the art. 4 of these T&C.

3. Providing of the Service

3.1. The Provider runs the Service at the internet address specified in the Product specification and its subdomains or on Client´s servers according to the Agreement and technical specifications stated in the Product specification.

3.2. The scope of Services is defined in the Product specification, which is attached to the Agreement. Product specification defines the individual partial Services in terms of content and method of activation in details.

4. Trial version of the Service

4.1. Before the Agreement is concluded the Provider may enable the Trial version of the Service to the Client through the web domain or on Client´s servers, to the extent defined by the Provider.

4.2. By completing the registration form on the web page specified in the Product specification the Client accepts the terms of providing the Trial version of the Service, which are governed by art. 4., art. 7., art. 9., art. 11., art. 12., art. 14. subsection 6, art. 15., art. 16. and art. 17. of these T&C.

4.3. Trial version of the Service is provided to the Client for the period specified in the Product specification, unless the Provider decides otherwise.

4.4. The Client using the Trial version of the Service is entitled to save data, but only for the purpose of verifying system functionality. The Client takes into consideration, that the Provider is not responsible for accessibility and preservation of data saved by the Client by using the Trial version of the Service.

4.5. Prior to the expiration of the Trial version of the Service, the Provider shall enable the transfer to the paid version of the Service to the Client and provides him with non-binding payment information. By paying the price the Service will activate in agreed extent and data saved by the Client in the Trial version of the Service will be transferred to the paid version of the Service. In case that the Client does not use the option to transfer to the paid version of the Service, the provision of the Trial version of the Service ends when the period, for which the Trial version of the Service was provided to the Client, expires.

4.6. The Client takes into consideration that data saved by the Client in the Trial version of the Service will be after expiration of the period, for which the Trial version of the Service was provided, irretrievably erased. The Client will be informed of upcoming expiration of the Trial version of the Services and deletion of the data after its termination by e-mail or via the internet domain of the Trial version of the Service.

5. Duration of provision of the Service

5.1. The Agreement stipulates if it was concluded for a definite or indefinite period of time. The Agreement is concluded for (i) definite period of time for Services provided through the web interface and (ii) indefinite period of time for Services provided through the Client´s servers.

6. Price

6.1. The Client is obliged to pay the price for using the Service based on delivered tax documents (invoices) issued by the Provider. Invoices will be issued in electronic form. Prices for Services are set according to the Quotation or Price list, unless otherwise agreed in the Agreement.

6.2. The debit/credit card and/or other on-line payment method used by the Client to sign up to use the Service (i) provided through web interface and (ii) provided on the monthly subscription will automatically be charged 30 days from the date the Client signed up to use the Service. If the Client wishes to avoid being charged for the Service, the Client will have to cancel the subscription three days prior to the auto-renewal of the Service use. The Provider recommends checking with the pre-paid card company or bank to confirm whether recurring billing is possible.

6.3. The Client may change his subscription online by simply signing in to the Client zone. To avoid getting charged for the next billing period, the Client has to cancel the subscription at least three days before the renewal date. If the Client cancels his subscription at least three days before the renewal date, his subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.

6.4. The order of any Service can be cancelled without additional charges before the payment has been cleared to the Provider‘s account. For downloadable Products, the Provider does not issue ANY refunds after the download channel has been enabled and any download attempt has been made. Cancellation of the order after the payment has been received is possible on agreement, if the ordered Service was not used or no download attempt has been made.

7. License Agreement

7.1. The Client takes into consideration that all proprietary copyrights and other intellectual property rights to the Service belongs to the Provider. The Client is therefore obliged to use Service only within the scope of the license provided.

7.2. The Client by the conclusion of the Agreement acquires nonexclusive license to the Service for one or more Users depending on the number of established User Accounts. The Client is not entitled to grant or assign license or sub-license to a third party without prior written consent of the Provider. The Client is also not entitled to rent the Service or otherwise make the Service available, both free of charge or for consideration, to the third parties without prior written consent of the Provider. The license also applies for all updates or adjustments to Service that will be performed by the Provider.

7.3. In case the Service is provided on the Client’s server then the Client is entitled to download the source code of the Product. In case the Service is provided through the web interface then the Client has no right to obtain the source code to the Service, nor to view it, modify it, or interfere with it in any way.

7.4. The Client is not entitled to incorporate the Service in another software equipment without prior written consent of the Provider.

7.5. All Provider’s software extensions are distributed under GNU/GPL 2 license. If not stated otherwise, all images, cascading style sheets, and included JavaScript are released under Easy Software Commercial Use License (License):

License is a GPL compatible license that pertains only to the images, cascading style sheets and JavaScript elements of Provider’s Themes and Styles produced by the Provider. As stated by the GPL version 2.0 license, elements of a product that are not compiled together and are sent independently of the GPL code, and combined in a Client’s browser, do not have to be GPL. These images, cascading style sheets and JavaScript elements are a copyright of the Provider and can not be used and manipulated with for the Client’s purposes unless the Client has signed the Provider’s Partner Agreement. The Client cannot redistribute these files or include them in any package or extension of without prior consent of the Provider. Unauthorised distribution or making it accessible to a third party without prior Provider’s consent, authorizes the Provider to invoice contractual penalty in the amount of 10 000 EUR for any breach of the License.

7.6. All Provider’s software excluding software defined in art. 7.5. of these T&C is distributed under GNU/GPL 2 license:

8. Payment Conditions

8.1. The billing period for Agreement concluded for a definite period of time is the period (number of months), for which the Agreement was concluded. The Provider will issue the invoices with the 14 calendar days due date for the Services provided through web interface or email, unless otherwise stated in the Quotation.

8.2. In case the Agreement is concluded for a definite period of time, before that period expires the Provider will send to the Client the non-binding payment information to pay for the Services for the same period of time. In case the price for the Service is paid in accordance with the payment information, the period of provision of the Service will be automatically extended.

8.3. In case of delay in payment of the price for the Service, the Provider is entitled to receive an interest on late payments in the amount of 0,5 % of outstanding amount for each commenced day of delay. If the Client is in delay with any payment, the Provider is entitled to suspend or limit the provision of the Service until the full payment of the debt. For the period of suspension or limitation of provision of the Service, the Client is still obliged to pay the price in accordance with the delivered tax documents. Repeated delay in payment on the side of the Client is considered as a substantial breach of the Agreement.

8.4. By agreeing to the Terms & Conditions when making a purchase, you automatically sign up for an auto-renewal of your subscription. Your subscription will be automatically renewed at the end of each subscription term based on the subscription period you chose during your purchase. You will be charged the rate stated at the time of purchase (plus applicable taxes, such as value-added tax when the stated rate doesn’t include VAT) at the beginning of each billing term of your subscription via the billing method you have provided to us. Please ensure that your billing information is correct to prevent your subscription from lapsing.
By purchasing a Subscription, you agree to the foregoing subscription charges being charged to the card on file on a recurring basis until you cancel the Subscription. Subscriptions are continuous and automatically renew unless you cancel or we terminate your account. To cancel your subscription, please send an email with the subject “Cancel subscription auto-renewal” to
Prices and terms for subscriptions may change at any time. The price and terms in place when you made your initial purchase or when your subscription last renewed will stay in effect for the duration of that subscription period, but new prices and terms may apply to renewals or new subscriptions. Easy Software Ltd. will give you reasonable notice of any change in price or terms before they go into effect. If you do not want to renew your subscription under these new prices or terms, you may cancel your subscription as described above.

9. Rights and obligations of the Provider

9.1. The Provider is entitled to make any changes of the Service or to its extent. In such case the Provider shall inform the Client through the web interface related to the provided Service. The Client is entitled to terminate the Agreement in case of unilateral changes to these T&C, which the Client refuses, if agreed in the Agreement.

9.2. The Provider commits to take all steps within his technical possibilities to ensure that the Service is functional and available, if the Client meets basic system requirements for the Services listed in the Product specification or on the relevant web portal. If a non-standard situation related to the functionality of the Service occurs, the Provider shall proceed in particular in accordance with the Agreement.

9.3. If the Client detects any problem related to the speed of the Service or its availability, he is obliged to immediately report this incident to the Provider via e-mail specified tin the Product specification or by phone through contacts available to accelerate the problem solving process. The Client takes into consideration that there may be events beyond control of the Provider, which may influence the functionality or availability of the Service to the User (such as internet connection malfunction on the side of the Client, natural disaster, DOS or DNS attacks on technical equipment of the Provider and others). The Provider does not bear any responsibility for damages that occurs in connection with such events to the Client.

9.4. The Client takes into consideration and agrees that the Provider may for serious reasons temporarily cease to provide the Service, especially in cases such as to prevent cybernetic attacks, if necessary, or in case of serious malfunction of the Service, which needs to be resolved by necessary shutdown. Notification informing about interruption of the provision of the Service must be send to the Client as soon as possible. The Provider is obligated to create adequate operational and safety measures to minimize potential malfunctions or limited or full unavailability of the Service.

9.5. The Provider undertakes that he is not entitled to provide the content of user data to any third party. Furthermore, the Provider agrees to that he is not entitled to edit, censor or monitor any user content.

9.6. The Parties agreed upon that the Provider does not acquire ownership right to the Client´s data. The Client is solely responsible for the content of data stored on the Client’s server or on the Provider’s server.

9.7. For proper implementation of the Service is necessary gathering, saving and processing of following data: release version, contract identifier, URL of instance, list of installed plugins and number of active users, which Provider uses for identification of the Client, verification of authorization to use Service and protection of the Provider’s rights. By accepting these conditions, you acknowledge and agree that the Provider is authorised to check, with using its own resources, if you use the Service in accordance with the service contract and further that the above data will be transmitted in communication between Client and the computer systems of the Provider.

10. Rights and obligations of the Client

10.1. The Client shall not use the Service in conflict with generally binding legal regulations.

10.2. To gain access to the Service, the Provider may request some identification data and additional information from the Client. The Client shall provide true, accurate and current information.

10.3. Upon request of the Provider, the Client shall provide necessary cooperation while fixing malfunctions or making adjustments of Service.

10.4. The Client shall use the API interface provided by the Provider only when accessing the Service through the web interface by the third party applications or services. The Client shall not use or access Service in other automated manner, such as through scripts, bots, web crawlers, etc. for Services provided through the web interface.

10.5. The Client shall store the access details to Service in secret, the Client is obliged not to tell or enable access to them to any another person, or in any other way enable access to his User Account to any third party. The Client is also obliged to secure his technical equipment in the reasonably required extent in order to minimize the risk of misuse of access details to the User Account.

10.6. Should the Client violate the obligations imposed in this paragraph, the Provider does not bear any liability for damages, that occurs to the Client, and the Client is solely responsible for damages, that occur to the Provider or third parties. Violation of these obligations, furthermore, establishes the right of the Provider to terminate this Agreement. If the Client discovers that there may be access to the Service to third parties due to the leakage of information about access to the Service, the Client shall report this fact to the Provider via e-mail.

10.7.The download of the software is available only for a specified period of time. After this period, the download account will be automatically disabled. The Provider will NOT provide the source files via an e-mail or any other channel, but only using the online account.

11. User Account

11.1. The Client may have one or more User Accounts. Each User Account can be used by one User only. The Client is not entitled to let the User Account set up for a third party, unless it is determined by the Agreement or by these T&C. The Client is not entitled to share the User Accounts among several Users. However, the Client has the right to transfer the unused User Account to the new User at any time.

11.2. In case of violation of art. 11.1. of these T&C, the Provider is entitled to immediately terminate the Agreement and the Client shall pay unjust enrichment to the Provider within 7 days after receipt of the Provider´s demand for payment.

12. User Account Administration

12.1. Each Client may choose one or more User Accounts, which will bear the Administrator rights. The Administrator may perform following operations:


  • to add, edit and delete User Accounts and set up access rights to those accounts (such as access to the reports, files establishment etc.),
  • to access all Client´s data regardless of the access settings of individual Users,
  • to choose a different User Account that becomes the Administrator.

12.2. The Client bears full responsibility for using the Service by the Users, actions performed by these Users, and all data uploaded into the account of the Client. The Client shall ensure that all of his Users follow the provisions of these T&C.

13. Prohibited Conduct

13.1. The Client shall not upload, send or otherwise store content in the Service portal that may contain software virus or other files and programs that may destroy, damage or limit the functionality of the equipment of the Provider or other Clients. Furthermore, the Client is not entitled to upload the content to the Service, whose possession or distribution is illegal, content that illegally interferes with copyright of a third party or is part of a criminal activity, to distribute spam through the Service or to try to get access to the User Account of another Client or servers of the Provider. The violation of these obligations is considered as substantial and establishes the right of the Provider to terminate the Agreement and to require the Client to pay the contractual penalty in the amount EUR 10.000,- for each breach and furthermore any potential damage.

14. Termination of the Agreement

14.1. The contractual relationship ends by withdrawal from the Agreement, by expiration of agreed duration of the Agreement, by termination of a legal entity (the Provider or the Client) with liquidation, by termination of the Agreement or by agreement between the Parties.

14.2. If the Agreement is concluded for an indefinite period of time, the Client is entitled to terminated the Agreement without a reason at any time. The notice period is one month and begins on the first day of the calendar month following the delivery of the termination notice to the Provider.

14.3. The Provider is entitled to terminate the Agreement without a reason at any time. The notice period is three months and begins on the first day of the calendar month following the delivery of the termination notice to the Client.

14.4. The Client is entitled to terminate the Agreement in cases specified in art. 9.1. of these T&C.

14.5. Should the Client substantially or repeatedly violate his obligations resulting from these T&C or from the Agreement and fail to remedy this substantial and repeated violation within 14 days after the delivery date of the notice informing about that fact in the form of registered letter or from the date of sending the e-mail notification to the Client, the Provider is entitled to withdraw from the Agreement. The withdrawal is effective on the day following the receipt of the notice on withdrawal to the Client.

14.6. In case that the Client violates obligations resulting from these T&C or from the Agreement in particularly serious manner, the Provider is entitled to withdraw from and the Agreement and terminate the provision of the Service immediately after finding such a breach.

15. Limitation of the responsibility for the Service

15.1. The Parties agreed to that the total liability of the Provider for any claim made on basis of legal relationship arising from the Agreement and the estimated amount of damages shall not exceed and is limited to the amount equivalent of paid amount for provision of the Service in the previous calendar year. If the maximum damages under the preceding sentence cannot be determined, the maximum damages is limited to the current quarter year fee for specific Services subscribed and provided through the web interface.

15.2. The Provider is not responsible for indirect damages resulting from the provision of Services, such as for lost profits, loss of revenues, loss of data, financial or any indirect, special or consequential damages.In case of force majeure, Parties are quit of its obligations, based on the Agreement, and any non observance (overall or partial) or delay in the fulfilment of obligations imposed by this Agreement, will not be considered violation of the Agreement. For the purpose hereof force majeure shall mean any circumstances where liability is excluded in accordance with Czech law, including, but not limited to natural disaster, war, change of the political situation that precludes or inappropriately impedes the performance of the rights and obligations hereunder or any other similar reason, event or fact.

15.3. By concluding the Agreement, the Client takes into consideration that even with the Provider’s best effort, it is possible that a short–term unavailability of the Service may occur, which is caused by circumstances outside of the Provider’s sphere of influence (e.g. internet connection failure). The Client therefore agrees to and undertakes that all of his data stored within the Service will be backed up on another geographical location(s).

15.4. The Client uses the Service AS IS. Incompatibility with other software, hardware configuration or partial misfunctionality does NOT entitle the Client to cancel the order or get a refund.

16. The protection of personal data

16.1. The Client declares that he is aware of his legal obligations as an administrator of personal data of the Users and clients. Method and processing of personal data of these entities within the Service is determined by the Client. The Provider does not bear any responsibility for proper fulfilment of legal obligations of the Client as a personal data administrator.

16.2. All data are collected by the Provider from the Client for the purpose of providing Service, improving its quality and sending commercial and marketing notifications only. If the Client is a natural person, the following data are collected: name, surname, billing address, e-mail, phone number, information on use of the Service.

16.3. All communication within the Service is encrypted by SSL protocol. The Client hereby declares that he considers this method of encrypting sufficiently safe.

16.4. The Provider undertakes that he will not provide any information specified by the Client during the registration of his User Account to any third party, unless the Client specifically agrees to it.

16.5. Clients data are stored in electronic systems of the Provider for the duration of the contractual relationship. After its termination the Provider stores data necessary for regulatory compliance only. The Client agrees that the Provider will use the name and the logo of the Client in the Provider’s clients list for and after the duration of the Agreement, unless otherwise agreed with the Client based on his brand guidelines or policy.

17. Final provisions

17.1. The Parties undertake to maintain confidentiality about any information that they learned during the contractual relationship under the Agreement.

17.2. The rights of the Client arising from the Agreement and these T&C may not be assigned without prior written consent of the Provider.

17.3. For avoidance of any doubt, the Parties explicitly confirm that they are entrepreneurs and that they conclude this Agreement within their business activity.

17.4. If any provision of this Agreement or these T&C is or becomes invalid, ineffective or unenforceable, such fact shall not affect the validity, enforceability or effectiveness of remaining provisions of the Agreement or these T&C. In such case the Parties are obliged to make every effort to conclude an amendment to the Agreement, by which the invalid, unenforceable or ineffective provision will be replaced by new provision corresponding to the purpose originally intended.

17.5. In case of any collision of the provisions of Quotation, Product specification, Service implementation specification, Support Service specification and T&C, the precedence of these documents will be:

(i) Quotation,

(ii) Implementation Service specification,

(iii) Support Service specification,

(iv) Product specification

(v) T&C,

(vi) Public information

17.6. These T&C are governed by the law of Czech Republic, the member of the European Union. Any dispute arising in connection with or out of the performance or the interpretation of the Agreement, which the Parties cannot settle amicably, shall be finally settled by Czech arbitration body the Arbitration Court attached to Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic by three arbitrators appointed in accordance with the Rules of that Arbitration Court. Each Party shall nominate one arbitrator. Both arbitrators shall agree on the third arbitrator within 30 days. Should the two arbitrators fail, within the above time-limit, to reach the agreement on the third arbitrator, he shall be appointed by the Chairman of the Arbitration Court. The arbitral award shall be final and binding upon the Parties. The Parties hereby irrevocably commit not to challenge the enforcement of the arbitral award under any jurisdiction.

17.7. These T&C come into effect on 1. 7. 2017.

Principles of personal data processing

Dear client,

Let us inform you how Easy Software (hereinafter also referred to as “vendor” or “vendor Company”) processes your personal data in connection with offering, concluding, providing and maintaining Company products and services.

The purpose of this Principles is to give you information about the particular personal data vendor collect, how vendor treat them, what sources vendor get them from, what purpose vendor use them for, whom vendor may provide the data to, where you can obtain information about your personal data vendor process, or what are your individual rights concerning the protection of personal data.

Thus, please read the contents of these Principles. We will be pleased to answer any of your questions in any of our branch offices at Easy Software ltd, Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, EC1V 2NX London, United Kingdom or via e-mail:

1. General Information

Our Company is subject to various statutory obligations regarding the processing of client personal data that we must comply with, particularly with regard to fulfilment of our contractual obligations or exercise of official authority. In this regard, we would be unable to provide our products and services at all without being given your personal data. Also, we process personal data of clients beyond the framework of our statutory obligations for the purpose of customer care, and to address you with targeted offers of products and services. We need your consent to do this. If you decide to not grant your consent in these cases, our provided products or services may be limited or otherwise adjusted, depending on the scope of data we are entitled to process. Every client is informed about the scope of limitations or adjustments.

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all of the information contained herein also applies to the processing of personal data of prospective customers, i.e. persons with whom we are in contact but have not established a contractual relationship yet, as well as former clients. The information contained herein also applies, to a reasonable extent, to the processing of personal data of other persons, with regard to whom the Company has certain obligations, or with whom our Company is in direct contact without being in a contractual relationship with them (such as representatives of legal entities).

1.1. Personal Data Processing Principles

As part of processing your personal data we respect top standards of personal data protection and particularly abide by the following principles:

(a) We always process your personal data for a clearly and comprehensibly defined purpose, using defined means, in a defined manner, and only for a time necessary with regard to the purpose; we only process precise personal data of clients and ensure that their processing corresponds with and is necessary for the defined purpose;

(b) We protect and process your personal data in a manner ensuring highest possible security of the data and preventing any unauthorized or accidental access to client personal data, their modification, destruction or loss, unauthorized transfers, other unauthorized processing or other abuse;

(c) We always clearly inform you about processing your personal data and your rights to receive precise and full information about the circumstances of such processing as well as your other related rights;

(d) At our Company we adhere to adequate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security matching all possible risks; all persons who come into contact with client personal data are obliged to keep confidential the information acquired in connection with the processing of such data.

2. Information about the Processing of Personal Data

2.1. Information about the Administrator

The administrator of your personal data is our Company, i.e. Easy Software ltd , Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, EC1V 2NX London, United Kingdom, ID: 08960980

2.2. Purpose and Legal Basis of Processing

2.2.1. Processing of Personal Data without Your Consent

This usually concerns situations where you are obliged to disclose certain personal data to us as a condition to let us provide you with our product or service, or where we are entitled to process your personal data acquired otherwise.

(a) By virtue of law, we are entitled to process your personal data without your consent for the following purposes of compliance with our statutory obligations, in particular:

(i) compliance with statutory disclosures to public authorities;

(ii) compliance with archiving obligations.

(b) Conclusion or performance of a contract with you.

(c) Protection of rights and interests protected by law, particularly in respect of resolution of any and all disputes, particularly for the purpose of court or other disputes.

2.2.2. Processing of Personal Data with Your Consent

This particularly concerns situations where you voluntarily agree that we process the provided or otherwise acquired personal data. Not granting your consent may be a reason preventing our Company from providing certain products or services or forcing it to reasonably adjust the availability, scope or conditions of provided products and services.

Based on your consent, our Company processes your personal data for the following purposes:

(a) customer care; these are activities that do not stand for performance of a contract or another legal framework of personal data processing, and include the following: (i) market research;(ii) monitoring of client actions on our Company’s website in connection with the offered services (thus, this purpose does not relate to mere acquisition of information about actions of visitors to our Company’s website in the form of cookies as described below in the Article on Electronic Means of Communication and Mobile Applications);

(b) offering of products and services; in particular, this includes distribution of information, offering of products and services of our Company and other parties, including product and service offers targeted at particular clients, all via various channels, such as by mail, electronic means (including electronic mail and messages sent to mobile devices via a telephone number), or by telephone, via a website. To a certain extent, in these cases, our Company is also entitled to offer products and services to clients without obtaining their consent; if implied by the law, you will be informed in this regard about your right to express your disagreement with any further offering of products or services. In this regard, your personal data may also be forwarded to third parties for the purpose of distribution of information and offering of products and services of such third parties. More details are provided below in these Principles.

2.3. Scope of Processed Client Personal Data

Our Company processes your personal data to an extent as necessary to meet the above purposes. We particularly process contact and identification data. Detailed information about the scope of processed personal data of clients is stated in Annex 1 to these Principles.

2.4. Personal Data Processing Methods

The method how our Company processes your personal data includes both manual and automated processing, including algorithmic processing, in our Company’s information systems.

Your personal data are mainly processed by employees of our Company and, to an extent as required, by third parties. Before any disclosure of your personal data to a third party, we always enter into a written agreement with the third party, containing the same warranties in respect of personal data processing as adhered to by our Company in line with its statutory obligations.

2.5. Recipients of Personal Data

Your personal data are made available particularly to our Company’s employees in connection with performance of their professional duties requiring work with personal data of clients, however only to an extent necessary in the particular case and in compliance with all security measures.

In addition, your personal data are disclosed to third parties participating in the processing of personal data of our Company’s clients, or, such personal data may be made available to them on other grounds in line with the law. Before any disclosure of your personal data to a third party, we always enter into a written agreement with the third party to stipulate the processing of personal data in a way to contain the same warranties in respect of personal data processing as adhered to by our Company in line with its statutory obligations.

2.5.1. In accordance with applicable legislation, our Company is entitled, or directly, without your consent, obliged to disclose your personal data to:


  • relevant state authorities, courts and law enforcement authorities for the purpose of performance of their obligations and for the purpose of enforcement of judgment;
  • other parties to an extent stipulated by legislation, such as to third parties for the purpose of collection of our receivables from clients.

2.5.2. Subject to your consent entitling us to dispose with information representing the personal data to the relevant extent, we also disclose your personal data to Easy Software ltd. for the purpose of distribution of information, offering of products and services of our Company, protection of rights and interests of our Company and customer care.

2.6. Disclosure of Personal Data to Foreign Countries

Your personal data are processed in the territory of the Czech Republic and other states of the European Union where International Group entities are seated and which share the same personal data protection standard as the Czech Republic. Neither our Company nor the entities participating in the processing of client personal data disclose personal data of clients to countries outside the European Union.

2.7. Term of Personal Data Processing

Our Company processed personal data of clients only for a time necessary with regard to the purpose of processing. From time to time we evaluate existence of the need to process certain personal data required for a particular purpose. Once we detect that the data are no longer required for any of the purposes, for which they have been processed, we destroy the data. However, in respect of certain purposes of personal data processing, we have internally evaluated the usual term of usability of personal data, after expiration of which we most carefully assess the need to process such personal data for the particular purpose. In this regard, it also holds that personal data processed for the purpose of:

(a) performance of contracts are processed over the term of the contractual relationship with the client; then, the relevant personal data are usually usable for ten years;

(b) offering of products and services are processed over the term of the contractual relationship; then, the relevant personal data are usually usable for ten years; if personal data are disclosed in this regard to third parties, the term of processing is defined by the third parties in accordance with applicable legislation and rules stated in these Principles;

(c) customer care are processed over the term of the contractual relationship with the client; then, the relevant personal data are usually usable for ten years.

2.8. Right to Revoke Consent

In this Principles we tried to explain why we need your personal data and that for certain purposes we may process them with your consent only. You are not obliged to grant consent to our Company to process your personal data and you are also entitled to revoke your consent. At this point we would like to remind that we are also entitled to process some personal data for certain purposes without your consent. If you revoke your consent, we will discontinue the processing of the relevant personal data for purposes requiring the relevant consent; however, we may be entitled or even obliged to process the same personal data for other purposes.

If you refuse to grant or revoke your consent, we may:

(a) accordingly adjust the availability, scope or conditions of our products or services, or

(b) refuse to provide you with our products or services once we find out that such consent is necessary to provide the product or service on the given terms.

If you wish to revoke your consent with the processing of personal data, please refer to any of our branch offices, send us a letter to Company, Easy Software ltd , Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, EC1V 2NX London, United Kingdom,or via e-mail: or via form on the web pages of Easy Software.

2.9. Sources of Personal Data

We acquire personal data of clients particularly from:

(a) the clients, directly, such as when concluding contracts related to provided Company’s products or services, and/or indirectly, such as during use of the Company’s products or services by the clients, or as part of making information about Company’s products and services available to the clients, such as through the Company’s website, etc.;

(b) prospective customers interested in services of our Company as part of marketing events and campaigns;

(c) own activities through processing and evaluation of other personal data of the clients.

2.10. Your Right to Ask for Access to Personal Data and Protection of Client Rights

If you ask us for information related to the processing of your personal data, we will provide you with all information about the data we process about you without undue delay. For providing this information, we are entitled to claim reasonable compensation of cost incurred in order to provide the information.If you find out or think that our Company or a third party participating in the processing of data processes your personal data in conflict with the protection of your private life and/or in conflict with the law, in particular if your personal data are inaccurate, you may:

(a) request explanation from our Company or the third party participating in the processing of data;

(b) request remedy of the defective state; in particular, you may request correction or amendment of the personal data; if needed, the data will be temporarily blocked or destroyed.

If we find your request legitimate, our Company or the third party participating in the processing of data will remove the defective state free of charge and immediately.

2.11. Company as a processor of personal data

In certain cases, our Company also handles client personal data by authorization of another party (another administrator). For example, these cases include cooperation with Easy Software ltd., for third-party products or services, or cooperation with third parties. For detailed information, it is always necessary to contact the particular administrator of personal data, unless our Company is authorized to provide information in the particular case.

2.12. Electronic Means of Communication and Mobile Applications

As part of customer care, our Company develops technologies to let you use modern electronic means of communication and mobile applications to use our Company’s products and services. In particular, these include services related to the use of the internet, social networks and various mobile applications.

Social networks. Also, you can address us through various social networks. We particularly use these communication channels as marketing tools; our products and services are not provided through social networks at this moment.

Cookies. Also, we use cookies when providing our products and services. Cookies are small text files stored in the user’s computer after loading a website for the first time. These files facilitate identification of the way the visitors work with the contents of our website, which helps us in pursuing a friendlier communication with our website visitors or a more efficient marketing. More information about cookies is available on our website.

2.13. Principles

These Principles are valid and effective as of ___________. The current version of the Principles is published on our Company’s website and is also available at our branch offices.

Annex 1 – Scope of Processed Personal Data

Identification data – these include data such as name, surname, date, email, phone number, employer or. represented company; for clients who are natural persons – entrepreneurs, also the identification number and tax ID. Other possible identification data include, for example, information about the IP address of the computer used, and files of specific authentication data we agree to use

Contact data – name, surname, contact addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses or other similar contact data. Other similar contact data may be IP address of used computer and files of specific authentication data we agree to use.

In the event that you withdraw a submitted application for a product or service, we also process the application withdrawal date along with the data provided before the withdrawal.

Data arising out of performance of obligations under contracts – depending on the nature of the provided product or service, we process information related to the provided product or service. In this category, we process personal data such as the term of contract, ________

Personal data acquired in connection with the provision of our products or services – these include personal data acquired during our interactions. In particular, these include:

(i) data serving to secure communications;

(ii) records of your preferred communication language, expressed interest in a product or service, your investment strategies, or your specific requirements disclosed to us.

Implementation services

1. General conditions

If not stated explicitly otherwise, all meetings are delivered through a virtual meeting solution. All participants shall attend individually and be equipped with a headset.

Scope of the packages is based on our best experience. Usually this is a minimum scope of implementation. However, every implementation is unique and therefore additional time is sometimes needed, because of specific clients’ requirements. Easy Project consultants can provide a spent time report on request.

If not stated explicitly otherwise, implementation is delivered in English; all documents and written documentation will be delivered in English.

2. General Provisions

2.1. New application versions

We develop and improve the application continuously. New versions are released in the following cycles:


  • A new version is released every three months
  • The development of a new version is frozen one month before its release so that it can be tested
  • Bug fixes are released every 14 days

Your suggestions related to the application development will be implemented in cases where they are beneficial to the majority of our clients and in compliance with our product development strategy. Our goal is to make project management easier.

2.2. Collaboration process

We appreciate open communication. We are entering a mutual process of implementing new software in your company. We believe it is beneficial to both sides if we share important information openly and in time.

The communication may be carried out by email, online meetings, phone calls and personal meetings. For successful completion of the implementation process, mutual communication on operational level is needed. For this reason, each party should react quickly when contacted by the counterparts. We are usually able to react within two working days.

During the implementation the consultant will collaborate with our other internal departments. Resolutions of issues which are not directly related to the implementation will be delivered to you by our support team. If there is a need for an intervention on the client’s server or another server-related consultation the communication will be passed to our server support specialists. If you are not fully satisfied with the work of our support departments during the implementation, please advise your consultant. Your feedback is important to us.

2.3. Prepaid MANDAYS (MD) and reporting of the spent time

The information on the number of prepaid MANDAYS can be found in the introductory table of this protocol. The implementation is usually carried out remotely. If you preferred personal meetings it is possible to arrange them in the Easy Software offices. Should you prefer to arrange meetings at your premises, it is possible to cover the travel expenses from the prepaid budget (the implementation scope). Travel costs might be also invoiced separately. We charge the whole time spent travelling from / to customer premises by the consultant. Prepaid consultation hours must be used within 6 months from the first contact with the assigned consultant.

The spent time reports are typically sent to the client when approximately half of the implementation MANDAYS from the prepaid budget is spent and then when the last few hours are left. A consultant provides, separately from the time report, a proposal on how to spend the remaining hours.

The implementation consists of the following phases. The sum of the time spent on each phase is equal to the total prepaid budget of MANDAYS. The lowest time value charged to customer is 0,25 hour.


  • Initial analysis
  • Initial online meeting
  • Configuration of the application (the work effort depends on the complexity of the requirements on the settings)
  • Training
  • Additional requirements on the configuration
  • Support during the implementation and testing during implementation (emails, phone calls)

Specifically, the following activities are covered by the MANDAYS from the prepaid budget:


  • Time of the consultant spent working on your implementation, configuring your application
  • Analysis of your requirements
  • Internal consultations of your requirements
  • Required consultations
  • Drawing different scenarios of how to implement your requirements
  • Preparation and updates of the implementation protocol
  • Implementation related meetings and phone calls
  • Training
  • Email communication with the consultant
  • Organization, planning and scheduling the meetings
  • Coordinating internal departments if their involvement is needed (Support, server specialist)
  • Time of the consultant spent on the journey (unless it is paid separately, see the first paragraph)
  • Management of the implementation project
  • If certain system behaviour is reported as a bug but is eventually proven to be correct the time of the consultant spent dealing this request is also covered from the budget
  • Work of server specialists on your server
  • Work of server specialists dealing with your requests

The following activities are not covered by the prepaid budget and hence not paid by the client:


  • Work of the support team
  • Fixing possible bugs

2.4. Increase of the prepaid budget

It is possible to increase the budget of prepaid MANDAYS only after your confirmation. An increase to the prepaid budget is usually necessary because of the following reasons:


  • It turns out, after the introductory analysis, that the original estimate of implementation MANDAYS was too low. The consultant will provide you with an updated estimate of activities to be done do compete the implementation. This plan will also show which activities in particular need more attention (MANDAYS) than originally estimated
  • If you wish to be informed about spent time more often than in paragraph above.
  • It is not possible to implement your requirements in the standard application interface thus a custom development is needed.
  • The support on your server was not taken into consideration for the implementation MANDAYS estimate but is nevertheless is required.
  • Additional training is required (which was not accounted for the original estimate)
  • It becomes evident during the implementation process that the number of prepaid MANDAYS is not enough to satisfy all your requirements.