Compensation is another consideration. The customer should be responsible for the damage done to the company. This is in cases of abuse or misappropriation of services. The agreement should also indicate how often the customer must make payments. Even acceptable payment methods. For example, bank transfer, payment statement, credit card or PayPal. In addition, your service contract should clearly state how costs are distributed among the parties. The client expects you to cover all costs associated with providing the services. Depending on the nature of your business, the customer may agree to be responsible for certain expenses. You can negotiate to make the customer pay for these expenses in advance or in reimbursement to the company. If the services are creative, decide who owns the creative product. There are many contracts that resemble a service contract, such as.B. the following general restrictions: 4.3.
The customer may not (and must not allow third parties to rent, (i) rent, rent, copy, transfer, resell, under-concede, rent, share or give a third party (except authorized users) access to the Optimizely service; (ii) integrate or use optimizely (or part of it) using a website, product or service that does not emphasize customer-owned and customer-operated and expressly authorized customer characteristics, as noted above; (iii) the public dissemination of performance information from optimizely (which is considered confidential information from Optimizely); (iv) to modify or create a work derived from or part of the Optimizely service; (v) reverse engineering, disassembly, decompilation, translation or any other attempt to obtain or transmit source code, underlying ideas, algorithms, file formats or non-public APIs to an Optimizely service (including Optimizely code), unless this is expressly authorized by applicable legislation and only with notice to Optimizely; (vi) interrupt or circumvent security measures, tariff limits or usage tracking (for example. B event tracking) of the Optimizely service, or setting up optimizely service (or any component of it) to avoid sending events or impressions or other charges; (vii) distribute part of the Optimizely service other than the Optimizely code installed in the customer`s properties, as shown above; (viii) access the Optimizely service to create a competitive product or service, or to copy its functions or user interface; (ix) to use the Optimizely service for product evaluation, benchmarking or other benchmarking purposes to be published without Optimizely`s prior written consent; or (x) owners or other information contained in the Optimizely service, to be deleted or concealed, including in reports or editions viewed by the Optimizely Service.