Summary of D6 Research End User License Agreement
Thanks for your interest in D6 Research! We’re happy you’re here. Because the License Agreement is such an important contact between us and our clients, we’ve tried to make it as clear as possible. While we encourage you to read it carefully before executing, this page offers a simplified and easy to read overview of those terms. While this summary is non-binding, it should provide insight in short-form as to what the License Agreements contain as well as their intent.
What does this apply to?
Generally speaking, to all versions of License Agreement for Research Reports.
Have more questions?
See the FAQ at the bottom of this page.
General summary of EULA sections and concepts.
|Grant of License||Defines exactly what you are licensing.|
|Term of License||Generally, explains that the license is access to the research reports, defines concepts of subscription; including initial grant, expiration, renewal, and extensions.|
|Pricing, Payments & Fees||Billing, Taxes, Discounts, Volume Pricing, Renewals, etc.|
|Delivery and Access to Your Product||Generally, how you are provided access to your Licensed Product; including initial access and updates.|
|Violations of Use||Reviews procures to follow in the event of misuse, and related penalties – mostly penalties are applied for not following procedure for remedy or willful access. Otherwise, the framework tries to mitigate impact for clients trying to do the right thing and cooperate when unwillful acts occur.|
|Copyright & Intellectual Property||Basic disclosures that D6 Research asserts that our research is our property, as is our trademark, and that we reserve such rights.|
|Communications & Privacy||
What information we collect and what we do with it:
|Warranties & Remedies||Your acceptance as to assertions made in the research product, any actions taken, impact as a result, and our obligations to remedy defects.|
|Limitations of Liability and Indemnification||
|Termination||Each party’s responsibilities when your grant of license ends. Basically, ensuring no further access to materials and specifying what may cause termination other than expiration (by either party).|
|Notices||We have different addresses to send notices depending on what its regarding (Legal, Accounts Payable, etc.).|
License Agreements & Legalese (3)
Yes. There is a version for Individuals and another for Entities.
- Individuals only represent themselves; not a company.
- Entities are where the person who is signing is doing so as an authorized agent of a company (their company would be liable for obligations under the agreement).
Option 1. You can have them perform the transaction. Then we can change the Subscribed Representative and Buyer Record post-transaction.
Option 2: Download a word version copy of the agreement here, have them execute it and email it to us at email@example.com. We’ll get it countersigned. Once completed, we’ll send a link where you can resume the transaction.
Note for option #2: If there are any modifications to the EULA language, this will cause reviews by our legal team and further delays. Otherwise, turnaround for unmodified executed agreements it typically one business day or less.
You can download an editable word version of the EULA here and provide us with a redlined version. Please detail issues and suggestions (use comments), send to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the name and contact information of the person we can interface with.
Note, we consider non-standard changes based on a few factors:
- If they are reasonable requests (fairness, reflect room for improvement to our standard terms, etc.).
- If D6 Research has the ability to meet such obligations outside of our standard practices.
- Do the proposed requests reflect the best course of remedy to the nature of the issues raised.
- The strategic nature of the transaction/client making the request (doe sit make business sense for us to do so).