COMRES COMPLETE MANAGED SERVICES SALES AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
COMRES COMPLETE MANAGED SERVICES SALES AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. SERVICE – ComRes, Inc. (Seller), agrees to sell, and Buyer agrees to buy, the equipment (the “Goods”) and services itemized on the Seller’s Service Sales Agreement
1.1 Managed Services: Seller shall provide managed services as specified in the sales agreement. This is a labor-only maintenance plan only, unless specifically noted in the sales agreement. It does not include labor for cabling or work un-related to the service sold. The Platinum plan provides hardware replacement/repair warranty for certain systems such as phone system and phones supplied by the manufacturer. It does not include coverage for any other non-manufacturer supplied phones, headsets, or paging equipment. Some of the basic types of managed services plan include but shall not be limited to:
1.1.1 Managed services – a labor only managed services plan that covers the system, systems or devices listed in the sales agreement. These services will specifically state in the sales agreement what is covered, the hours of coverage, and other specifics. Un-used hours to not accrue or rollover.
1.1.2 Software Assurance – ComRes offers many of its annual software assurance plans in easy monthly payments, which covers only the cost of software assurance.
1.1.3 Managed Firewall – this service covers a ComRes-provided firewall including labor to manage it, software assurance and the equipment itself (in the case of a ComRes-provided firewall)
1.1.4 Block of hours – This is a labor-only pre-paid block of hours plan that can be purchased in a block or monthly. These hours do not expire.
1.1.5 Quantities of Devices – In the case of Managed Services, the Customer is agreeing to a quantity of devices and options to be serviced that is identified in the Sales Agreement. ComRes shall audit the number of devices serviced and maintains the right to adjust the monthly billing to the correct number of devices serviced on a monthly basis, billed at the rate for each device as shown in the Sales Agreement without notice to customer. If the customer downsizes, and the actual number of devices serviced decreases, the Customer can request for ComRes to reduce the number of devices covered by the plan as long as it does not fall below 50% of the total devices covered under the executed Sales Agreement.
1.1.6 Satisfaction Guaranty – ComRes offers new Managed Services customers a guaranty that they will be satisfied with ComRes support. Customer maintains the right to cancel a new managed services agreement within 90 days from activation of the service plan, if they are not satisfied with ComRes service, without penalty under the following conditions:
126.96.36.199 Customer still owes and agrees to pay for any invoices for products and services provided during the coverage time.
188.8.131.52 Customer must provide 30 days’ notice which means that if the notice for termination is delivered to ComRes on the 89th day of the service, the service will still continue for another 30 days and Customer agrees to pay for that support.
184.108.40.206 Customer agrees to pay for any pro-rated portion of software assurance ComRes may have pre-paid as part of a managed services plan for items listed as managed software assurance.
1.1.7 Onboarding – Onboarding costs are not included in a managed services plan. Onboarding costs are for parts, software and labor required to implement, repair or re-design systems covered by ComRes managed services to get them to manufacturer-recommended design or customer requirements. Onboarding costs will be quoted separately. If ComRes discovers during onboarding of a new customer that there is a requirement for an inordinate amount of onboarding labor, ComRes will notify the Customer immediately and provide a quote for this cost.
1.2 Response Time: Response times vary based on whether the request is during normal business hours (8X5) or Overtime/Holiday, as well as whether they are a request for repair, or work orders (changes). Seller shall always attempt to effect repairs or work orders remotely before dispatching an on-site technician. Seller shall respond according to the following schedule:
|Remote Support||On-Site Support|
|Type of Request||Bronze||Silver||Gold||Bronze||Silver||Gold|
|Minor Repair 9X5||4 hours||4 hours||2 hours||NBD||NBD||4 hours|
|Minor Repair OT/Holiday||NBD||NBD||4 hours||NBD||NBD||8 hours|
|Major Repair 9X5||NBD||NBD||4 hours||NBD||NBD||4 hours|
|Major Repair OT/Holiday||NBD||NBD||4 hours||NBD||NBD||8 hours|
* Response times not guaranteed for Force Majeure (acts of God) – Response is prevented, delayed, or otherwise made impractical by reason of any hurricane, inclement weather, flood, riot, fire, strike, explosion, war, governmental action, or regulation, or any other similar cause beyond the reasonable control of Seller.
Major Repair Request – Service outage affecting more than 25% of users
Minor Request – Any request that is not classified as a major request
NBD – Next Business Day
1.3 Exclusions: Exclusions from coverage are:
1.3.1 Force Majeure (acts of God) – Seller shall not be responsible for meeting response times for any request that results from events such as hurricane, inclement weather, electrical damage, flood, riot, fire, strike, explosion, war, governmental action, or regulation, or any other similar cause beyond the reasonable control of Seller.
1.3.2 Buyer’s account is more than 30 days in arrears, unless an invoice is contested in good faith in writing
1.3.3 Labor coverage for equipment, cabling, software assurance or other items not specifically noted in the managed services sales agreement
1.3.4 Cabling supplied by a third party.
1.3.5 Failure by Buyer to provide Seller access to system to be serviced
1.3.6 Implementation/Project Management labor (labor required for the installation of new systems/devices not covered under the managed services agreement, site re-locations or major projects. Major projects are defined as any project that requires blocks of more than 4 hours at a time or major re-engineering of a system configuration)
1.3.7 On-site visits outside the ComRes local service area defined as 60 miles from ComRes office address
1.3.8 On-site visits to any address other than the primary Customer address serviced by this agreement
1.3.9 Printing of labels for phones
2. SERVICE FEE
2.1 Buyer agrees to pay a service fee agreed to in a separately executed ComRes Managed Services Agreement. In the case of multi-year term agreement, ComRes maintains the right to increase the cost of the service agreed to by the customer by no more than 3% annually or the % increase in the U.S. Consumer Price Index, whichever is greater.
2.2 The service fee does not include federal, state, or local taxes, which shall be applicable and billed additionally.
2.3 If Buyer does not make payments on account to Seller of any amount payable under ComRes’ payment terms, then in addition to all the remedies available to Seller at law or equity or under other provisions of this Agreement, Seller may collect interest on the sum then owing at the rate of 1.5% per month from the due date until payment by Buyer; and, without extending the term of this agreement, cease maintaining the equipment and cease performance of any other obligation undertaken in this agreement. ComRes payment terms are Net 30 from invoice date of all Work Orders and Installation Change Authorizations, payment in advance for monthly/annual maintenance agreements.
2.4 Service rates – service rates shall be as follows and are subject to change with 30 days notice:
|Type||Per Hour||Minimum||Minimum||Order Fee|
|Standard Rate (Time & Materials)||$160/hour||½ Hour||1.5 Hour||$100|
|Over-Time Rate||1.5x Standard Rate/hr||1 Hour||2 Hour||$100|
|Holiday Rate||2x Standard Rate/hr||2 Hours||4 Hours||$100|
2.4.1 Service Order fees are waived under any ComRes Managed Services plan
2.4.2 Standard Rates are waived under any ComRes Managed Services plan for services covered under the plan. Standard rates would only apply to items not covered under the services plan (e.g. cabling, overage hours, etc.)
2.4.3 ComRes offers several types of Managed Voice Services (MVS) Plans. ComRes ‘Bronze’ plan is designed to provide unlimited voice labor on the systems/services covered M-F, 8 a.m. through 6 p.m. EST. If a customer who has a Bronze plan requires service that would normally be covered under the Bronze Plan outside of these business hours, the customer shall pay a discounted rate of $60.00/hour for work requested overtime, or 2 times the discounted rate for work requested during holidays.
The term of this Agreement shall be defined in a separately executed ComRes Service Sales Agreement. Any term discounts granted in the Sales Agreement shall represent the actual term of the agreement that the Customer has agreed to. Upon the end of the term of an agreement, the agreement shall automatically renew on same term of the agreement as the original agreement unless notified in writing by Buyer 30 days in advance of end of the original agreement or renewal term. In the event of an automatic renewal, Seller reserves the right to adjust service pricing to existing rates and to reflect any changes to the configuration of equipment covered.
(a) SELLER EXTENDS NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TO BUYER FOR THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THIS AGREEMENT.
(b) SELLER WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO BUYER FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING FROM BUYER’S USE (OR INABILITY TO USE), OR A THIRD PARTY’S UNAUTHORIZED USE, OF THE SYSTEM OR ITS COMPONENTS, EITHER SEPARATELY OR IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER EQUIPMENT, OR FOR COMMERCIAL LOSS OF ANY KIND, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER SELLER OR ITS SUBCONTRACTORS HAD BEEN ADVISED OF SUCH POSSIBILITY.
(c) IN ALL SITUATIONS INVOLVING PERFORMANCE OR NONPERFORMANCE BY SELLER UNDER THIS AGREEMENT, BUYER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IS (1) TO TERMINATE THIS AGREEMENT BY WRITTEN NOTICE TO SELLER, AND (2) TO RECEIVE A PRO RATA REFUND OF ANY PRE-PAID MAINTENANCE SERVICE CHARGES, LESS ANY SUMS DUE AND OWING SELLER.
5. WAIVER OF CONTRACTUAL RIGHT. The failure of either party to enforce any provision of this Contract shall not be construed as a waiver or limitation of that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision of this Contract.
6. APPLICABLE LAW. This Contract shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida and the parties agree that venue for any action arising from or based upon this agreement shall be brought in Broward County, Florida.
7.1 If either party is in default of its obligations under this Agreement and such default continues for thirty (30) days after written notice is given by the party not in default, such non-defaulting party may (in addition to all other rights and remedies provided in this Agreement or by law) terminate this Agreement.
7.2 Notwithstanding (a) above, if either party becomes insolvent, enters voluntary or involuntary bankruptcy, or takes any measures generally designed for the relief of debtors, then the other party may (in addition to all rights and remedies provided in this Agreement or by law) terminate this Agreement immediately without notice.
7.3 All service plans are for a minimum of 1 (one) year. In the event of early termination, ComRes shall bill the customer for the entire amount of the remaining months in the 1 (one) year term immediately. In the event that a customer has opted for a multi-year discount, the customer’s obligation is limited to the remaining months left in the first year (if not met), any past due amounts, and the discount received that was not earned. This amount will be invoiced and be due immediately.
8. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE CONTACTS
The following is a list of critical contacts for the Buyer to request service. It is the Buyer’s responsibility to provide the Seller with an updated list of Buyer’s key contacts including cell phone numbers, email addresses and a list of personnel authorized to request support.
|CONTACT||PHONE NUMBER||EMAIL ADDRESS*||WEB|
|ComRes Service Dispatchemail@example.com||www.comresusa.com|
* Any emergency requests for service or repair should be followed up with a call to ensure it was received.
9. DEFAULT. The occurrence of any of the following shall constitute a material default under this Contract – a) the failure to make a required payment when due, b) the failure of the Buyer or Seller to fulfill the obligations within this agreement.
10. REMEDIES ON DEFAULT. In addition to any and all other rights available according to law, if either party defaults by failing to substantially perform any material provision, term or condition of this Contract (including without limitation the failure to make a monetary payment when due), the other party may elect to terminate this Contract if the default is not cured within 10 days after providing written notice to the defaulting party. The notice shall describe with sufficient detail the nature of the default. If the Seller terminates this agreement for reason of default, the Seller maintains the right to demand immediate payment for money owed under any sales agreement or work order, including a) un-billed contractual progress payments and b) future monthly rental or maintenance billing owed under a sales agreement. The Buyer agrees to pay for a) interest on all late payments for money owed under all sales and work order agreements at the maximum rate allowed by law until paid and b) reasonable costs for collection and c) reasonable costs of attorneys’ fees and expenses of litigation that the Seller may incur in collecting any unpaid amount.
11. NON-SOLICITATION COVENANT. During the period of this agreement and for a period of 2 years after termination of this agreement, Buyer shall not directly or indirectly solicit, induce or attempt to induce any employee or subcontractor of Seller, to terminate his or her employment or relationship with Seller. Seller agrees that it shall not directly or indirectly solicit, induce or attempt to induce any employee of Buyer to terminate his or her employment with Buyer. This provision shall survive the termination of this agreement for the period stated herein. A violation by the either party of this paragraph shall be deemed a material violation of this Agreement and will justify legal and/or equitable relief specifically including injunctive relief; it being recognized by the parties that damage will be incurred for which there is no adequate legal remedy by law. If such a violation occurs and a party seeks legal remedy resulting in an injunction or judgment the prevailing party shall be able to recover all reasonable attorney’s fees and legal expenses incurred.
12. NOTICES. Any notice or communication required or permitted under this Agreement shall be sufficiently given if delivered in person or by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the addresses listed above or to such other address as one party may have furnished to the other in writing. The notice shall be deemed received when delivered or signed for, or on the third day after mailing if not signed for by the addressee.
13. ASSIGNMENT. Neither party may assign or transfer this Contract without prior written consent of the other party, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
14. ENTIRE CONTRACT. This Contract contains the entire agreement of the parties regarding the subject matter of this Contract, and there are no other promises or conditions in any other agreement whether oral or written which have not merged into this agreement, unless done so in writing in the form of a Sales agreement (including all associated addenda, schedules or attachments) or Work Order that associates itself with this Term and Conditions agreement.
15. AMENDMENT. This Contract may be modified or amended if the amendment is made in writing and signed by both parties. All services/equipment provided shall be listed on documents named as Sales Agreements, Amendments, Attachments, Installation Change Authorization forms or Work Order Forms.
16. SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this Contract shall be held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining provisions shall continue to be valid and enforceable. If a court finds that any provision of this Contract is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting such provision it would become valid and enforceable, then such provision shall be deemed to be written, construed, and enforced as so limited.
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