Sage End User License Agreement

2.2. User subscriptions. Each user must have a paid subscription for the services. User subscriptions apply to designated users and cannot be shared or used by more than one user, but can be transferred to new users by users who no longer need continuous use of the services. We reserve the right to monitor your use of the Services in order to verify compliance with any restrictions on use and this Contract. [You can] (6) install and use a copy of the server software to access a host database service; and (7) install a copy of the software license key in a host database. The license contained in this contract is contingent on the purchase of Sage (i) implementation planning services, (ii) installation services and (iii) basic program management services, pursuant to a Master Services Agreement, covering the terms of these services. Use Restrictions: This program contains a component covered by a license other than the one defined above: MyDownloader: A Multi-thread C-Segmented Download Manager, by Guilherme Labigalini, The Code Project License (CPOL) version 1.02, www.codeproject.com/KB/IP/MyDownloader.aspx. A. LICENCE: Under an agreement with RSMeans, Sage offers the customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable and limited sub-license for the duration of its license to Sage software for the use and display of the cost data contained in the software, provided you fully comply with this addition.

The client license allows the use and display of the cost data provided in the software only for regular use as part of the construction and related work estimate. 8.1. When we treat personal data as being related to the agreement or addition (for example. B, in managing our relationship with you, the analysis in paragraph 9 or the marketing covered in paragraph 10), we do so in accordance with our privacy instructions under www.sage.com and the applicable data protection legislation. 9.1. We can use relevant data and other data to produce statistical reports within services for our own use; For example, showing what are the most popular features among users, which functions are problematic, for calibrating performance in an aggregated form and/or for insight.