Motorola Solutions Customer Agreement
This Motorola Solutions Customer Agreement (the “MCA”) is entered into between Motorola Solutions Canada Inc., with offices at 3277 Langstaff Road Concord ON L4K 5P8, Markham, ON (“Motorola”) and the entity set forth in the signature block below (“Customer”). Motorola and Customer will each be referred to herein as a “Party” and collectively as the “Parties”. This Agreement (as defined below) is effective as of the earlier of (a) the first purchase of a Product or Service from Motorola, and (b) the date of the last signature on the first Ordering Document (as defined below) between the Parties (the “Effective Date”).
If you are purchasing Products or Services on behalf of your employer or another entity, you warrant that: (a) you have authority to bind your employer or the applicable entity, as “Customer” to this Agreement; (b) you have read and understand this Agreement; and (c) on behalf of the Customer that you represent, you agree to this Agreement. If you do not have the legal authority to bind your employer or the applicable entity as Customer to this Agreement, please do not complete the purchase of Services or Products from Motorola.
1.1. Scope; Agreement Documents. This MCA, available at www.motorolasolutions.com/product-terms, governs Customer’s purchase of Products (as defined below) and Services (as defined below) from Motorola. Additional terms and conditions applicable to specific Products and Services are set forth in one or more addenda, also available at www.motorolasolutions.com/product-terms (each an “Addendum”, and collectively the “Addenda”). In addition, the Parties may agree upon solution descriptions, equipment lists, statements of work, schedules, technical specifications, order forms, and other ordering documents setting forth the Products and Services to be purchased by Customer and provided by Motorola and additional rights and obligations of the Parties (the “Ordering Documents”). To the extent required by applicable procurement law, a proposal submitted by Motorola in response to a competitive procurement process will be included within the meaning of the term Ordering Documents. This MCA, the Addenda, and any Ordering Documents collectively form the Parties’ “Agreement”.
1.2. Modifications. Motorola may modify this Agreement (including the Addenda) at any time after providing notice thereof to Customer on www.motorolasolutions.com/product-terms. Modifications are effective as of the date of publication, and if Customer does not agree to any such modifications, Customer must cease using the Products and Services.
1.3. Order of Precedence. Each Addendum will control with respect to conflicting terms in the MCA, but only as applicable to the Products and Services described in such Addendum. Each Ordering Document will control with respect to conflicting terms in the MCA or any Addenda, but only as applicable to the Products and Services described on such Ordering Document.
2. Products and Services.
2.1. Products. Motorola will (a) sell hardware provided by Motorola (“Equipment”), (b) license software which is either preinstalled on Equipment or installed on Customer-Provided Equipment (as defined below) and licensed to Customer by Motorola for a perpetual or other defined license term (“Licensed Software”), and (c) license cloud-based software as a service products and other software which is either preinstalled on Equipment or installed on Customer-Provided Equipment, but licensed to Customer by Motorola on a subscription basis (“Subscription Software”) to Customer, to the extent each is set forth in an Ordering Document, for Customer’s own use in accordance with this Agreement. The Equipment, Licensed Software, and Subscription Software shall collectively be referred to herein as “Products”, or individually as a “Product”. At any time during the Term (as defined below), Motorola may substitute any Products at no cost to Customer, if the substitute is substantially similar to the Products set forth in the applicable Ordering Documents.
2.3. Motorola will provide services related to purchased Products (“Services”), to the extent set forth in an Ordering Document.
2.3.1. Integration Services; Maintenance and Support Services. If specified in an Ordering Document, Motorola will provide, for the term of such Ordering Document, (a) design, deployment, and integration Services in order to design, install, set up, configure, and/or integrate the applicable Products at the applicable locations (“Sites”), agreed upon by the Parties (“Integration Services”), or (b) break/fix maintenance, technical support, or other Services (such as software integration Services) (“Maintenance and Support Services”), each as further described in the applicable statement of work. Maintenance and Support Services and Integration Services will each be considered “Services”, as defined above.
2.3.2. Service Ordering Documents. The Fees for Services will be set forth in an Ordering Document and any applicable project schedules. A Customer point of contact will be set forth in the applicable statement of work for the Services. For purposes of clarity, each statement of work will be incorporated into, and form an integral part of, the Agreement.
2.3.3. Service Completion. Unless otherwise specified in the applicable Ordering Document, Services described in an Ordering Document will be deemed complete upon Motorola’s performance of all Services listed in such Ordering Document (“Service Completion Date”); provided, however, that Maintenance and Support Services may be offered on an ongoing basis during a given Ordering Document term, in which case such Maintenance and Support Services will conclude upon the expiration or termination of such Ordering Document.
2.4. Non-Preclusion. If, in connection with the Products and Services provided under this Agreement, Motorola makes recommendations, including a recommendation to purchase other products or services, nothing in this Agreement precludes Motorola from participating in a future competitive bidding process or otherwise offering or selling the recommended products or other services to Customer. Customer represents that this paragraph does not violate its procurement standards or other laws, regulations, or policies.
2.5. Customer Obligations. Customer will ensure that information Customer provides to Motorola in connection with receipt of Products and Services are accurate and complete in all material respects. Customer will make timely decisions and obtain any required management approvals that are reasonably necessary for Motorola to provide the Products and Services and perform its other duties under this Agreement. Unless the applicable Ordering Document states otherwise, Motorola may rely upon and is not required to evaluate, confirm, reject, modify, or provide advice concerning any assumptions or Customer information, decisions, or approvals described in this Section. If any assumptions in the Ordering Documents or information provided by Customer prove to be incorrect, or if Customer fails to perform any of its obligations under this Agreement, Motorola’s ability to perform its obligations may be impacted and changes to the Agreement, including the scope, Fees, and performance schedule may be required.
2.6. Documentation. Products and Services may be delivered with documentation for the Equipment, software Products, or data that specifies technical and performance features, capabilities, users, or operation, including training manuals, and other deliverables, such as reports, specifications, designs, plans, drawings, analytics, or other information (collectively, “Documentation”). Documentation is and will be owned by Motorola, unless otherwise expressly agreed in an Addendum or Ordering Document that certain Documentation will be owned by Customer. Motorola hereby grants Customer a limited, royalty-free, worldwide, non-exclusive license to use the Documentation solely for its internal business purposes in connection with the Products and Services.
2.7. Motorola Tools and Equipment. As part of delivering the Products and Services, Motorola may provide certain tools, equipment, models, and other materials of its own. Such tools and equipment will remain the sole property of Motorola unless they are to be purchased by Customer as Products and are explicitly listed on an Ordering Document. The tools and equipment may be held by Customer for Motorola’s use without charge and may be removed from Customer’s premises by Motorola at any time without restriction. Customer will safeguard all tools and equipment while in Customer’s custody or control, and be liable for any loss or damage. Upon the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement, Customer, at its expense, will return to Motorola all tools and equipment in its possession or control.
2.8. Authorized Users. Customer will ensure its employees and Authorized Users comply with the terms of this Agreement and will be liable for all acts and omissions of its employees and Authorized Users. Customer is responsible for the secure management of Authorized Users’ names, passwords and login credentials for access to Products and Services. “Authorized Users” are Customer’s employees, full-time contractors engaged for the purpose of supporting the Products and Services that are not competitors of Motorola, and the entities (if any) specified in an Ordering Document or otherwise approved by Motorola in writing (email from an authorized Motorola signatory accepted), which may include affiliates or other Customer agencies.
2.9. Export Control. Customer, its employees, and any other Authorized Users will not access or use the Products and Services in any jurisdiction in which the provision of such Products and Services is prohibited under applicable laws or regulations (a “Prohibited Jurisdiction”), and Customer will not provide access to the Products and Services to any government, entity, or individual located in a Prohibited Jurisdiction. Customer represents and warrants that (a) it and its Authorized Users are not named on any Canadian government list of persons prohibited from receiving Canadian exports, or transacting with any Canadian person; (b) it and its Authorized Users are not a national of, or a company registered in, any Prohibited Jurisdiction; (c) Customer will not permit its Authorized Users to access or use the Products or Services in violation of any Canadian or other applicable export embargoes, prohibitions or restrictions; and (d) Customer and its Authorized Users will comply with all applicable laws regarding the transmission of technical data exported from Canada and the country in which Customer, its employees, and the Authorized Users are located.
2.10. Change Orders. Unless a different change control process is agreed upon in writing by the Parties, a Party may request changes to an Addendum or an Ordering Document by submitting a change order to the other Party (each, a “Change Order”). If a requested change in a Change Order causes an increase or decrease in the Products or Services, the Parties by means of the Change Order will make appropriate adjustments to the Fees, project schedule, or other matters. Change Orders are effective and binding on the Parties only upon execution of the Change Order by an authorized representative of both Parties.
3. Term and Termination.
3.1. Term. The term of this MCA (“Term”) will commence on the Effective Date and continue until six (6) months after the later of (a) the termination, expiration, or discontinuance of services under the last Ordering Document in effect, or (b) the expiration of all applicable warranty periods, unless the MCA is earlier terminated as set forth herein. The applicable Addendum or Ordering Document will set forth the term for the Products and Services governed thereby.
3.2. Termination. Either Party may terminate the Agreement or the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document if the other Party breaches a material obligation under the Agreement and does not cure such breach within thirty (30) days after receipt of notice of the breach or fails to produce a cure plan within such period of time. Each Addendum and Ordering Document may be separately terminable as set forth therein.
3.3. Suspension of Services. Motorola may terminate or suspend any Products or Services under an Ordering Document if Motorola determines: (a) the related Product license has expired or has terminated for any reason; (b) the applicable Product is being used on a hardware platform, operating system, or version not approved by Motorola; (c) Customer fails to make any payments when due; or (d) Customer fails to comply with any of its other obligations or otherwise delays Motorola’s ability to perform.
3.4. Effect of Termination or Expiration. Upon termination for any reason or expiration of this Agreement, an Addendum, or an Ordering Document, Customer and the Authorized Users will return or destroy (at Motorola’s option) all Motorola Materials and Motorola’s Confidential Information in their possession or control and, as applicable, provide proof of such destruction, except that Equipment purchased by Customer should not be returned. If Customer has any outstanding payment obligations under this Agreement, Motorola may accelerate and declare all such obligations of Customer immediately due and payable by Customer. Notwithstanding the reason for termination or expiration, Customer must pay Motorola for Products and Services already delivered. Customer has a duty to mitigate any damages under this Agreement, including in the event of default by Motorola and Customer’s termination of this Agreement.
4. Payment and Invoicing.
4.1. Fees. Fees and charges applicable to the Products and Services (the “Fees”) will be as set forth in the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document, and such Fees may be changed by Motorola at any time, except that Motorola will not change the Fees for Products and Services purchased by Customer during the term of an active Ordering Document or during a Subscription Term (as defined and further described in the applicable Addendum). Changes in the scope of Services described in an Ordering Document may require an adjustment to the Fees due under such Ordering Document. If a specific invoicing or payment schedule is set forth in the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document, such schedule will apply solely with respect to such Addendum or Ordering Document. Unless otherwise specified in the applicable Ordering Document, the Fees for any Services exclude expenses associated with unusual and costly Site access requirements (e.g., if Site access requires a helicopter or other equipment), and Customer will reimburse Motorola for these or other expenses incurred by Motorola in connection with the Services.
4.2. Taxes. The Fees do not include any excise, sales, lease, use, property, or other taxes, assessments, duties, or regulatory charges or contribution requirements (collectively, “Taxes”), all of which will be paid by Customer, except as exempt by law, unless otherwise specified in an Ordering Document. If Motorola is required to pay any Taxes, Customer will reimburse Motorola for such Taxes (including any interest and penalties) within thirty (30) days after Customer’s receipt of an invoice therefore. Customer will be solely responsible for reporting the Products for personal property tax purposes, and Motorola will be solely responsible for reporting taxes on its income and net worth.
5. Sites; Customer-Provided Equipment; Non-Motorola Content.
5.1. Access to Sites. Customer will be responsible for providing all necessary permits, licenses, and other approvals necessary for the installation and use of the Products and the performance of the Services at each applicable Site, including for Motorola to perform its obligations hereunder, and for facilitating Motorola’s access to the Sites. No waivers of liability will be imposed on Motorola or its subcontractors by Customer or others at Customer facilities or other Sites, but if and to the extent any such waivers are imposed, the Parties agree such waivers are void.
5.2. Site Conditions. Customer will ensure that (a) all Sites are safe and secure, (b) Site conditions meet all applicable industry and legal standards (including standards promulgated by OHS or other governmental or regulatory bodies), (c) to the extent applicable, Sites have adequate physical space, air conditioning, and other environmental conditions, electrical power outlets, distribution, equipment, connections, and telephone or other communication lines (including modem access and interfacing networking capabilities), and (d) Sites are suitable for the installation, use, and maintenance of the Products and Services.
5.3. Site Issues. Motorola will have the right at any time to inspect the Sites and advise Customer of any deficiencies or non-conformities with the requirements of this Section 5 – Sites; Customer-Provided Equipment; Non-Motorola Content. If Motorola or Customer identifies any deficiencies or non-conformities, Customer will promptly remediate such issues or the Parties will select a replacement Site. If a Party determines that a Site identified in an Ordering Document is not acceptable or desired, the Parties will cooperate to investigate the conditions and select a replacement Site or otherwise adjust the installation plans and specifications as necessary. A change in Site or adjustment to the installation plans and specifications may cause a change in the Fees or performance schedule under the applicable Ordering Document.
5.4. Customer-Provided Equipment. Certain components, including equipment and software, not provided by Motorola may be required for use of the Products and Services (“Customer-Provided Equipment”). Customer will be responsible, at its sole cost and expense, for providing and maintaining the Customer-Provided Equipment in good working order. Customer represents and warrants that it has all rights in Customer-Provided Equipment to permit Motorola to access and use the applicable Customer-Provided Equipment to provide the Products and Services under this Agreement, and such access and use will not violate any laws or infringe any third-party rights (including intellectual property rights). Customer (and not Motorola) will be fully liable for Customer-Provided Equipment, and Customer will immediately notify Motorola of any Customer-Provided Equipment damage, loss, change, or theft that may impact Motorola’s ability to provide the Products and Services under this Agreement, and Customer acknowledges that any such events may cause a change in the Fees or performance schedule under the applicable Ordering Document.
5.5. Non-Motorola Content. In certain instances, Customer may be permitted to access, use, or integrate Customer or third-party software, services, content, and data that is not provided by Motorola (collectively, “Non-Motorola Content”) with or through the Products and Services. If Customer accesses, uses, or integrates any Non-Motorola Content with the Products or Services, Customer will first obtain all necessary rights and licenses to permit Customer’s and its Authorized Users’ use of the Non-Motorola Content in connection with the Products and Services. Customer will also obtain the necessary rights for Motorola to use such Non-Motorola Content in connection with providing the Products and Services, including the right for Motorola to access, store, and process such Non-Motorola Content (e.g., in connection with Subscription Software), and to otherwise enable interoperation with the Products and Services. Customer represents and warrants that it will obtain the foregoing rights and licenses prior to accessing, using, or integrating the applicable Non-Motorola Content with the Products and Services, and that Customer and its Authorized Users will comply with any terms and conditions applicable to such Non-Motorola Content. If any Non-Motorola Content require access to Customer Data (as defined below), Customer hereby authorizes Motorola to allow the provider of such Non-Motorola Content to access Customer Data, in connection with the interoperation of such Non-Motorola Content with the Products and Services. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Motorola is not responsible for, and makes no representations or warranties with respect to, the Non-Motorola Content (including any disclosure, modification, or deletion of Customer Data resulting from use of Non-Motorola Content or failure to properly interoperate with the Products and Services). If Customer receives notice that any Non-Motorola Content must be removed, modified, or disabled within the Products or Services, Customer will promptly do so. Motorola will have the right to disable or remove Non-Motorola Content if Motorola believes a violation of law, third-party rights, or Motorola’s policies is likely to occur, or if such Non-Motorola Content poses or may pose a security or other risk or adverse impact to the Products or Services, Motorola, Motorola’s systems, or any third party (including other Motorola customers). Nothing in this Section will limit the exclusions set forth in Section 7.2 – Intellectual Property Infringement.
6. Representations and Warranties.
6.1. Mutual Representations and Warranties. Each Party represents and warrants to the other Party that (a) it has the right to enter into the Agreement and perform its obligations hereunder, and (b) the Agreement will be binding on such Party.
6.2. Motorola Warranties. Subject to the disclaimers and exclusions below, Motorola represents and warrants that (a) Services will be provided in a good and workmanlike manner and will conform in all material respects to the descriptions in the applicable Ordering Document; and (b) for a period of ninety (90) days commencing upon the Service Completion Date for one-time Services, the Services will be free of material defects in materials and workmanship. Other than as set forth in subsection (a) above, recurring Services are not warranted but rather will be subject to the requirements of the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document. Motorola provides other express warranties for Motorola-manufactured Equipment, Motorola-owned software Products, and certain Services. Such express warranties are included in the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document. Such representations and warranties will apply only to the applicable Product or Service that is the subject of such Addendum or Ordering Document.
6.3. Warranty Claims; Remedies. To assert a warranty claim, Customer must notify Motorola in writing of the claim prior to the expiration of any warranty period set forth in this MCA or the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document. Unless a different remedy is otherwise expressly set forth for a particular warranty under an Addendum, upon receipt of such claim, Motorola will investigate the claim and use commercially reasonable efforts to repair or replace any confirmed materially non-conforming Product or re-perform any non-conforming Service, at its option. Such remedies are Customer’s sole and exclusive remedies for Motorola’s breach of a warranty. Motorola’s warranties are extended by Motorola to Customer only, and are not assignable or transferrable.
6.4. Pass-Through Warranties. Notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement to the contrary, Motorola will have no liability for third-party software or hardware provided by Motorola; provided, however, that to the extent offered by third-party providers of software or hardware and to the extent permitted by law, Motorola will pass through express warranties provided by such third parties.
6.5. WARRANTY DISCLAIMER. EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS AND PASS THROUGH WARRANTIES IN THIS AGREEMENT, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES PURCHASED HEREUNDER ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND WITH ALL FAULTS. WARRANTIES SET FORTH IN THE AGREEMENT ARE THE COMPLETE WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES AND MOTOROLA DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND QUALITY. MOTOROLA DOES NOT REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT USE OF THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, ERROR-FREE, OR FREE OF SECURITY VULNERABILITIES, OR THAT THEY WILL MEET CUSTOMER’S PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS.
7.1. General Indemnity. Motorola will defend, indemnify, and hold Customer harmless from and against any and all damages, losses, liabilities, and expenses (including reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys) arising from any actual third-party claim, demand, action, or proceeding (“Claim”) for personal injury, death, or direct damage to tangible property to the extent caused by Motorola’s negligence, gross negligence or willful misconduct while performing its duties under an Ordering Document or an Addendum, except to the extent the claim arises from Customer’s negligence or willful misconduct. Motorola’s duties under this Section 7.1 – General Indemnity are conditioned upon: (a) Customer promptly notifying Motorola in writing of the Claim; (b) Motorola having sole control of the defense of the suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and (c) Customer cooperating with Motorola and, if requested by Motorola, providing reasonable assistance in the defense of the Claim.
7.2. Intellectual Property Infringement. Motorola will defend Customer against any third-party claim alleging that a Motorola-developed or manufactured Product or Service (the “Infringing Product”) directly infringes a United States or Canadian patent or copyright (“Infringement Claim”), and Motorola will pay all damages finally awarded against Customer by a court of competent jurisdiction for an Infringement Claim, or agreed to in writing by Motorola in settlement of an Infringement Claim. Motorola’s duties under this Section 7.2 – Intellectual Property Infringement are conditioned upon: (a) Customer promptly notifying Motorola in writing of the Infringement Claim; (b) Motorola having sole control of the defense of the suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and (c) Customer cooperating with Motorola and, if requested by Motorola, providing reasonable assistance in the defense of the Infringement Claim.
7.2.1. If an Infringement Claim occurs, or in Motorola’s opinion is likely to occur, Motorola may at its option and expense: (a) procure for Customer the right to continue using the Infringing Product; (b) replace or modify the Infringing Product so that it becomes non-infringing; or (c) grant Customer (i) a pro-rated refund of any amounts pre-paid for the Infringing Product (if the Infringing Product is a software Product, i.e., Licensed Software or Subscription Software) or (ii) a credit for the Infringing Product, less a reasonable charge for depreciation (if the Infringing Product is Equipment, including Equipment with embedded software).
7.2.2. This Section 7.2 – Intellectual Property Infringement provides Customer’s sole and exclusive remedies and Motorola’s entire liability in the event of an Infringement Claim. For clarity, the rights and remedies provided in this Section are subject to, and limited by, the restrictions set forth in Section 8 – Limitation of Liability below.
7.3. Customer Indemnity. Customer will defend, indemnify, and hold Motorola and its subcontractors, subsidiaries and other affiliates harmless from and against any and all damages, losses, liabilities, and expenses (including reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys) arising from any actual or threatened third-party claim, demand, action, or proceeding arising from or related to (a) Customer-Provided Equipment, Customer Data, or Non-Motorola Content, including any claim, demand, action, or proceeding alleging that any such equipment, data, or materials (or the integration or use thereof with the Products and Services) infringes or misappropriates a third-party intellectual property or other right, violates applicable law, or breaches the Agreement; (b) Customer-Provided Equipment’s failure to meet the minimum requirements set forth in the applicable Documentation or match the applicable specifications provided to Motorola by Customer in connection with the Products or Services; (c) Customer’s (or its service providers, agents, employees, or Authorized User’s) negligence or willful misconduct; and (d) Customer’s or its Authorized User’s breach of this Agreement. This indemnity will not apply to the extent any such claim is caused by Motorola’s use of Customer-Provided Equipment, Customer Data, or Non-Motorola Content in violation of the Agreement. Motorola will give Customer prompt, written notice of any claim subject to the foregoing indemnity. Motorola will, at its own expense, cooperate with Customer in its defense or settlement of the claim.
8. Limitation of Liability.
8.1. DISCLAIMER OF CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. EXCEPT FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, MOTOROLA, ITS AFFILIATES, AND ITS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, SUBCONTRACTORS, AGENTS, SUCCESSORS, AND ASSIGNS (COLLECTIVELY, THE “MOTOROLA PARTIES”) WILL NOT BE LIABLE IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT (WHETHER UNDER MOTOROLA’S INDEMNITY OBLIGATIONS, A CAUSE OF ACTION FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT, UNDER TORT THEORY, OR OTHERWISE) FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS OR REVENUES, EVEN IF MOTOROLA HAS BEEN ADVISED BY CUSTOMER OR ANY THIRD PARTY OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSSES AND WHETHER OR NOT SUCH DAMAGES OR LOSSES ARE FORESEEABLE.
8.2. DIRECT DAMAGES. EXCEPT FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, THE TOTAL AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF THE MOTOROLA PARTIES, WHETHER BASED ON A CLAIM IN CONTRACT OR IN TORT, LAW OR EQUITY, RELATING TO OR ARISING OUT OF THE AGREEMENT WILL NOT EXCEED THE FEES SET FORTH IN THE ORDERING DOCUMENT UNDER WHICH THE CLAIM AROSE. NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, FOR ANY SUBSCRIPTION SOFTWARE OR FOR ANY RECURRING SERVICES, THE MOTOROLA PARTIES’ TOTAL LIABILITY FOR ALL CLAIMS RELATED TO SUCH PRODUCT OR RECURRING SERVICES IN THE AGGREGATE WILL NOT EXCEED THE TOTAL FEES PAID FOR SUCH SUBSCRIPTION SOFTWARE OR RECURRING SERVICE, AS APPLICABLE, DURING THE CONSECUTIVE TWELVE (12) MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE EVENT FROM WHICH THE FIRST CLAIM AROSE.
8.3. ADDITIONAL EXCLUSIONS. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT, MOTOROLA WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF (A) CUSTOMER DATA, INCLUDING ITS TRANSMISSION TO MOTOROLA, OR ANY OTHER DATA AVAILABLE THROUGH THE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES; (B) CUSTOMER-PROVIDED EQUIPMENT, NON-MOTOROLA CONTENT, THE SITES, OR THIRD-PARTY EQUIPMENT, HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, DATA, OR OTHER THIRD-PARTY MATERIALS, OR THE COMBINATION OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES WITH ANY OF THE FOREGOING; (C) LOSS OF DATA OR HACKING; (D) MODIFICATION OF PRODUCTS OR SERVICES BY ANY PERSON OTHER THAN MOTOROLA; (E) RECOMMENDATIONS PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH OR BY THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES; (F) DATA RECOVERY SERVICES OR DATABASE MODIFICATIONS; OR (G) CUSTOMER’S OR ANY AUTHORIZED USER’S BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT OR MISUSE OF THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.
8.4. Voluntary Remedies. Motorola is not obligated to remedy, repair, replace, or refund the purchase price for the disclaimed issues in Section 8.3 – Additional Exclusions above, but if Motorola agrees to provide Services to help resolve such issues, Customer will reimburse Motorola for its reasonable time and expenses, including by paying Motorola any Fees set forth in an Ordering Document for such Services, if applicable.
8.5. Statute of Limitations. Customer may not bring any claims against a Motorola Party in connection with this Agreement or the Products and Services more than one (1) year after the date of accrual of the cause of action.
9.1. Confidential Information. “Confidential Information” means any and all non-public information provided by one Party (“Discloser”) to the other (“Recipient”) that is disclosed under this Agreement in oral, written, graphic, machine recognizable, or sample form, being clearly designated, labeled or marked as confidential or its equivalent or that a reasonable businessperson would consider non-public and confidential by its nature. With respect to Motorola, Confidential Information will also include Products and Services, and Documentation, as well as any other information relating to the Products and Services. The nature and existence of this Agreement are considered Confidential Information of the Parties. In order to be considered Confidential Information, information that is disclosed orally must be identified as confidential at the time of disclosure and confirmed by Discloser by submitting a written document to Recipient within thirty (30) days after such disclosure. The written document must contain a summary of the Confidential Information disclosed with enough specificity for identification purpose and must be labeled or marked as confidential or its equivalent.
9.2. Obligations of Confidentiality. During the Term and for a period of three (3) years from the expiration or termination of this Agreement, Recipient will (a) not disclose Confidential Information to any third party, except as expressly permitted in this Section 9 - Confidentiality; (b) restrict disclosure of Confidential Information to only those employees (including, employees of any wholly owned subsidiary, a parent company, any other wholly owned subsidiaries of the same parent company), agents or consultants who must access the Confidential Information for the purpose of, and who are bound by confidentiality terms substantially similar to those in, this Agreement; (c) not copy, reproduce, reverse engineer, de-compile or disassemble any Confidential Information; (d) use the same degree of care as for its own information of like importance, but at least use reasonable care, in safeguarding against disclosure of Confidential Information; (e) promptly notify Discloser upon discovery of any unauthorized use or disclosure of the Confidential Information and take reasonable steps to regain possession of the Confidential Information and prevent further unauthorized actions or other breach of this Agreement; and (f) only use the Confidential Information as needed to fulfill its obligations and secure its rights under this Agreement.
9.3. Exceptions. Recipient is not obligated to maintain as confidential any information that Recipient can demonstrate by documentation (a) is publicly available at the time of disclosure or becomes available to the public without breach of this Agreement; (b) is lawfully obtained from a third party without a duty of confidentiality to Discloser; (c) is otherwise lawfully known to Recipient prior to such disclosure without a duty of confidentiality to Discloser; or (d) is independently developed by Recipient without the use of, or reference to, any of Discloser’s Confidential Information or any breach of this Agreement. Additionally, Recipient may disclose Confidential Information to the extent required by law, including a judicial or legislative order or proceeding.
9.4. Ownership of Confidential Information. All Confidential Information is and will remain the property of Discloser and will not be copied or reproduced without the express written permission of Discloser (including as permitted herein). Within ten (10) days of receipt of Discloser’s written request, Recipient will return or destroy all Confidential Information to Discloser along with all copies and portions thereof, or certify in writing that all such Confidential Information has been destroyed. However, Recipient may retain (a) one (1) archival copy of the Confidential Information for use only in case of a dispute concerning this Agreement and (b) Confidential Information that has been automatically stored in accordance with Recipient’s standard backup or recordkeeping procedures, provided, however that Recipient will remain subject to the obligations of this Agreement with respect to any Confidential Information retained subject to clauses (a) or (b). No license, express or implied, in the Confidential Information is granted to the Recipient other than to use the Confidential Information in the manner and to the extent authorized by this Agreement. Discloser represents and warrants that it is authorized to disclose any Confidential Information it discloses pursuant to this Agreement.
10. Proprietary Rights; Data; Feedback.
10.1. Data Definitions. The following terms will have the stated meanings: “Customer Contact Data” means data Motorola collects from Customer, its Authorized Users, and their end users for business contact purposes, including marketing, advertising, licensing and sales purposes; “Service Use Data” means data generated by Customer’s use of the Products and Services or by Motorola’s support of the Products and Services, including personal information, location, monitoring and recording activity, product performance and error information, activity logs and date and time of use; “Customer Data” means data, information, and content, including images, text, videos, documents, audio, telemetry and structured data base records, provided by, through, or on behalf of Customer, its Authorized Users, and their end users through the use of the Products and Services. Customer Data does not include Customer Contact Data, Service Use Data, or information from publicly available sources or other Third-Party Data or Motorola Data; “Third-Party Data” means information obtained by Motorola from publicly available sources or its third party content providers and made available to Customer through the Products or Services; “Motorola Data” means data owned or licensed by Motorola; “Feedback” means comments or information, in oral or written form, given to Motorola by Customer or Authorized Users, including their end users, in connection with or relating to the Products or Services; and “Process” or “Processing” means any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal information or on sets of personal information, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, copying, analyzing, caching, organization, structuring, storage, adaptation, or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.
10.2. Motorola Materials. Customer acknowledges that Motorola may use or provide Customer with access to software, tools, data, and other materials, including designs, utilities, models, methodologies, systems, and specifications, which Motorola has developed or licensed from third parties (including any corrections, bug fixes, enhancements, updates, modifications, adaptations, translations, de-compilations, disassemblies, or derivative works of the foregoing, whether made by Motorola or another party) (collectively, “Motorola Materials”). The Products and Services, Motorola Data, Third-Party Data, and Documentation, are considered Motorola Materials. Except when Motorola has expressly transferred title or other interest to Customer by way of an Addendum or Ordering Document, the Motorola Materials are the property of Motorola or its licensors, and Motorola or its licensors retain all right, title and interest in and to the Motorola Materials (including, all rights in patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade names, trade secrets, know-how, other intellectual property and proprietary rights, and all associated goodwill and moral rights). For clarity, this Agreement does not grant to Customer any shared development rights in or to any Motorola Materials or other intellectual property, and Customer agrees to execute any documents and take any other actions reasonably requested by Motorola to effectuate the foregoing. Motorola and its licensors reserve all rights not expressly granted to Customer, and no rights, other than those expressly granted herein, are granted to Customer by implication, estoppel or otherwise. Customer will not modify, disassemble, reverse engineer, derive source code or create derivative works from, merge with other software, distribute, sublicense, sell, or export the Products and Services or other Motorola Materials, or permit any third party to do so.
10.3. Ownership of Customer Data. Customer retains all right, title and interest, including intellectual property rights, if any, in and to Customer Data. Motorola acquires no rights to Customer Data except those rights granted under this Agreement including the right to Process and use the Customer Data as set forth in Section 10.4 – Processing Customer Data below and in other applicable Addenda. The Parties agree that with regard to the Processing of personal information which may be part of Customer Data, Customer is the controller and Motorola is the processor, and may engage sub-processors pursuant to Section 10.4.3 – Sub-processors.
10.4. Processing Customer Data.
10.4.1. Motorola Use of Customer Data. To the extent permitted by law, Customer grants Motorola and its subcontractors a right to use Customer Data and a royalty-free, worldwide, non-exclusive license to use Customer Data (including to process, host, cache, store, reproduce, copy, modify, combine, analyze, create derivative works from such Customer Data and to communicate, transmit, and distribute such Customer Data to third parties engaged by Motorola) to (a) perform Services and provide Products under the Agreement, (b) analyze the Customer Data to operate, maintain, manage, and improve Motorola Products and Services, and (c) create new products and services. Customer agrees that this Agreement, along with the Documentation, are Customer’s complete and final documented instructions to Motorola for the processing of Customer Data. Any additional or alternate instructions must be agreed to according to the Change Order process. Customer represents and warrants to Motorola that Customer’s instructions, including appointment of Motorola as a processor or sub-processor, have been authorized by the relevant controller.
10.4.2. Collection, Creation, Use of Customer Data. Customer further represents and warrants that the Customer Data, Customer’s collection, creation, and use of the Customer Data (including in connection with Motorola’s Products and Services), and Motorola’s use of such Customer Data in accordance with the Agreement, will not violate any laws or applicable privacy notices or infringe any third-party rights (including intellectual property and privacy rights). Customer also represents and warrants that the Customer Data will be accurate and complete, and that Customer has obtained all required consents, provided all necessary notices, and met any other applicable legal requirements with respect to collection and use (including Motorola’s and its subcontractors’ use) of the Customer Data as described in the Agreement.
10.4.3. Sub-processors. Customer agrees that Motorola may engage sub-processors who in turn may engage additional sub-processors to Process personal data in accordance with this Agreement. When engaging sub-processors, Motorola will enter into agreements with the sub-processors to bind them to data processing obligations to the extent required by law.
10.5. Data Retention and Deletion. Except for anonymized Customer Data, as described above, or as otherwise provided under the Agreement, Motorola will delete all Customer Data following termination or expiration of this MCA or the applicable Addendum or Ordering Document, with such deletion to occur no later than ninety (90) days following the applicable date of termination or expiration, unless otherwise required to comply with applicable law. Any requests for the exportation or download of Customer Data must be made by Customer to Motorola in writing before expiration or termination, subject to Section 13.9 – Notices. Motorola will have no obligation to retain such Customer Data beyond expiration or termination unless the Customer has purchased extended storage from Motorola through a mutually executed Ordering Document.
10.6. Service Use Data. Customer understands and agrees that Motorola may collect and use Service Use Data for its own purposes, including the uses described below. Motorola may use Service Use Data to (a) operate, maintain, manage, and improve existing and create new products and services, (b) test products and services, (c) to aggregate Service Use Data and combine it with that of other users, and (d) to use anonymized or aggregated data for marketing, research or other business purposes. Service Use Data may be disclosed to third parties. It is Customer’s responsibility to notify Authorized Users of Motorola’s collection and use of Service Use Data and to obtain any required consents, provide all necessary notices, and meet any other applicable legal requirements with respect to such collection and use, and Customer represents and warrants to Motorola that it has complied and will continue to comply with this Section.
10.7. Third-Party Data and Motorola Data. Motorola Data and Third-Party Data may be available to Customer through the Products and Services. Customer and its Authorized Users may use Motorola Data and Third-Party Data as permitted by Motorola and the applicable Third-Party Data provider, as described in the applicable Addendum. Unless expressly permitted in the applicable Addendum, Customer will not, and will ensure its Authorized Users will not: (a) use the Motorola Data or Third-Party Data for any purpose other than Customer’s internal business purposes; (b) disclose the data to third parties; (c) “white label” such data or otherwise misrepresent its source or ownership, or resell, distribute, sublicense, or commercially exploit the data in any manner; (d) use such data in violation of applicable laws; (e) remove, obscure, alter, or falsify any marks or proprietary rights notices indicating the source, origin, or ownership of the data; or (f) modify such data or combine it with Customer Data or other data or use the data to build databases. Additional restrictions may be set forth in the applicable Addendum. Any rights granted to Customer or Authorized Users with respect to Motorola Data or Third-Party Data will immediately terminate upon termination or expiration of the applicable Addendum, Ordering Document, or this MCA. Further, Motorola or the applicable Third-Party Data provider may suspend, change, or terminate Customer’s or any Authorized User’s access to Motorola Data or Third-Party Data if Motorola or such Third-Party Data provider believes Customer’s or the Authorized User’s use of the data violates the Agreement, applicable law or Motorola’s agreement with the applicable Third-Party Data provider. Upon termination of Customer’s rights to use any Motorola Data or Third-Party Data, Customer and all Authorized Users will immediately discontinue use of such data, delete all copies of such data, and certify such deletion to Motorola. Notwithstanding any provision of the Agreement to the contrary, Motorola will have no liability for Third-Party Data or Motorola Data available through the Products and Services. Motorola and its Third-Party Data providers reserve all rights in and to Motorola Data and Third-Party Data not expressly granted in an Addendum or Ordering Document.
10.8. Feedback. Any Feedback provided by Customer is entirely voluntary, and will not create any confidentiality obligation for Motorola, even if designated as confidential by Customer. Motorola may use, reproduce, license, and otherwise distribute and exploit the Feedback without any obligation or payment to Customer or Authorized Users and Customer represents and warrants that it has obtained all necessary rights and consents to grant Motorola the foregoing rights.
10.9. Improvements; Products and Services. The Parties agree that, notwithstanding any provision of this MCA or the Agreement to the contrary, all fixes, modifications and improvements to the Services or Products conceived of or made by or on behalf of Motorola that are based either in whole or in part on the Feedback, Customer Data, or Service Use Data (or otherwise) are the exclusive property of Motorola and all right, title and interest in and to such fixes, modifications or improvements will vest solely in Motorola. Customer agrees to execute any written documents necessary to assign any intellectual property or other rights it may have in such fixes, modifications or improvements to Motorola.
11. Force Majeure; Delays Caused by Customer.
11.1. Force Majeure. Except for Customer’s payment obligations hereunder, neither Party will be responsible for nonperformance or delayed performance due to events outside of its reasonable control. If performance will be significantly delayed, the affected Party will provide notice to the other Party, and the Parties will agree (in writing) upon a reasonable extension to any applicable performance schedule.
11.2. Delays Caused by Customer. Motorola’s performance of the Products and Services will be excused for delays caused by Customer or its Authorized Users or subcontractors, or by failure of any assumptions set forth in this Agreement (including in any Addendum or Ordering Document). In the event of a delay under this Section 11.2 – Delays Caused by Customer, (a) Customer will continue to pay the Fees as required hereunder, (b) the Parties will agree (in writing) upon a reasonable extension to any applicable performance schedule, and (c) Customer will compensate Motorola for its out-of-pocket costs incurred due to the delay (including those incurred by Motorola’s affiliates, vendors, and subcontractors).
12. Disputes. The Parties will use the following procedure to resolve any disputes relating to or arising out of this Agreement (each, a “Dispute”):
12.1. Governing Law. All matters relating to or arising out of the Agreement are governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario. The terms of the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act will not apply.
12.2. Negotiation; Mediation. Either Party may initiate dispute resolution procedures by sending a notice of Dispute (“Notice of Dispute”) to the other Party. The Parties will attempt to resolve the Dispute promptly through good faith negotiations, including timely escalation of the Dispute to executives who have authority to settle the Dispute (and who are at a higher level of management than the persons with direct responsibility for the matter). If a Dispute is not resolved through negotiation, either Party may initiate mediation by sending a notice of mediation (“Notice of Mediation”) to the other Party. The Parties will choose an independent mediator within thirty (30) days of such Notice of Mediation. Neither Party may unreasonably withhold consent to the selection of a mediator, but if the Parties are unable to agree upon a mediator, either Party may request that the Canadian Arbitration Association nominate a mediator. Each Party will bear its own costs of mediation, but the Parties will share the cost of the mediator equally. Each Party will participate in the mediation in good faith and will be represented at the mediation by a business executive with authority to settle the Dispute. All in person meetings under this Section 12.2 – Negotiation; Mediation will take place in Toronto, Ontario, and all communication relating to the Dispute resolution will be maintained in strict confidence by the Parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any Dispute arising from or relating to Motorola’s intellectual property rights will not be subject to negotiation or mediation in accordance with this Section, but instead will be decided by a court of competent jurisdiction, in accordance with Section 12.3 – Litigation, Venue, Jurisdiction below.
12.3. Litigation, Venue, Jurisdiction. If the Dispute has not been resolved by mediation within sixty (60) days from the Notice of Mediation, either Party may submit the Dispute exclusively to a court in Toronto. Each Party expressly consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts for resolution of any Dispute and to enforce the outcome of any mediation.
13.1. Compliance with Laws. Each Party will comply with applicable laws in connection with the performance of its obligations under this Agreement, including that Customer will ensure its and its Authorized Users’ use of the Products and Services complies with law (including privacy laws), and Customer will obtain any ISED and other licenses or authorizations (including licenses or authorizations required by foreign regulatory bodies) required for its and its Authorized Users’ use of the Products and Services. Motorola may, at its discretion, cease providing or otherwise modify Products and Services (or any terms related thereto in an Addendum or Ordering Document), in order to comply with any changes in applicable law.
13.2. Audit; Monitoring. Motorola will have the right to monitor and audit use of the Products, which may also include access by Motorola to Customer Data and Service Use Data. Customer will provide notice of such monitoring to its Authorized Users and obtain any required consents, including individual end users, and will cooperate with Motorola in any monitoring or audit. Customer will maintain during the Term, and for two (2) years thereafter, accurate records relating to any software licenses granted under this Agreement to verify compliance with this Agreement. Motorola or a third party (“Auditor”) may inspect Customer’s and, as applicable, Authorized Users’ premises, books, and records. Motorola will pay expenses and costs of the Auditor, unless Customer is found to be in violation of the terms of the Agreement, in which case Customer will be responsible for such expenses and costs.
13.3. Assignment and Subcontracting. Neither Party may assign or otherwise transfer this Agreement without the prior written approval of the other Party. Motorola may assign or otherwise transfer this Agreement or any of its rights or obligations under this Agreement without consent (a) for financing purposes, (b) in connection with a merger, acquisition or sale of all or substantially all of its assets, (c) as part of a corporate reorganization, or (d) to a subsidiary corporation. Subject to the foregoing, this Agreement will be binding upon the Parties and their respective successors and assigns.
13.4. Waiver. A delay or omission by either Party to exercise any right under this Agreement will not be construed to be a waiver of such right. A waiver by either Party of any of the obligations to be performed by the other, or any breach thereof, will not be construed to be a waiver of any succeeding breach or of any other obligation. All waivers must be in writing and signed by the Party waiving its rights.
13.5. Severability. If any provision of the Agreement is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal, or otherwise unenforceable, such provision will be deemed to be modified to reflect as nearly as possible the original intentions of the Parties in accordance with applicable law. The remaining provisions of this Agreement will not be affected, and each such provision will be valid and enforceable to the full extent permitted by applicable law.
13.6. Independent Contractors. Each Party will perform its duties under this Agreement as an independent contractor. The Parties and their personnel will not be considered to be employees or agents of the other Party. Nothing in this Agreement will be interpreted as granting either Party the right or authority to make commitments of any kind for the other. This Agreement will not constitute, create, or be interpreted as a joint venture, partnership, or formal business organization of any kind.
13.7. Third-Party Beneficiaries. The Agreement is entered into solely between, and may be enforced only by, the Parties. Each Party intends that the Agreement will not benefit, or create any right or cause of action in or on behalf of, any entity other than the Parties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a licensor or supplier of third-party software included in the software Products will be a direct and intended third-party beneficiary of this Agreement.
13.8. Interpretation. The section headings in this Agreement are included only for convenience The words “including” and “include” will be deemed to be followed by the phrase “without limitation”. This Agreement will be fairly interpreted in accordance with its terms and conditions and not for or against either Party.
13.9. Notices. Notices required under this Agreement to be given by one Party to the other must be in writing and either personally delivered or sent to the address provided by the other Party by certified mail, return receipt requested and postage prepaid (or by a recognized courier service, such as FedEx, UPS, or DHL), and will be effective upon receipt.
13.10. Cumulative Remedies. Except as specifically stated in this Agreement, all remedies provided for in this Agreement will be cumulative and in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other remedies available to either Party at law, in equity, by contract, or otherwise. Except as specifically stated in this Agreement, the election by a Party of any remedy provided for in this Agreement or otherwise available to such Party will not preclude such Party from pursuing any other remedies available to such Party at law, in equity, by contract, or otherwise.
13.11. Survival. The following provisions will survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason: Section 2.4 – Customer Obligations; Section 3.4 – Effect of Termination or Expiration; Section 4 – Payment and Invoicing; Section 6.5 – Warranty Disclaimer; Section 7.3 – Customer Indemnity; Section 8 – Limitation of Liability; Section 9 – Confidentiality; Section 10 – Proprietary Rights; Data; Feedback; Section 11 – Force Majeure; Delays Caused by Customer; Section 12 – Disputes; and Section 13 – General.
13.12. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including all Addenda available at www.motorolasolutions.com/product-terms and Ordering Documents, constitutes the entire agreement of the Parties regarding the subject matter hereto, and supersedes all previous agreements, proposals, and understandings, whether written or oral, relating to this subject matter. This Agreement may be executed in multiple counterparts, and will have the same legal force and effect as if the Parties had executed it as a single document. The Parties may sign in writing or by electronic signature. An electronic signature, facsimile copy, or computer image of a signature, will be treated, and will have the same effect as an original signature, and will have the same effect, as an original signed copy of this document. The preprinted terms and conditions found on any Customer purchase order, acknowledgment, or other form will not be considered an amendment or modification or part of this Agreement, even if a representative of each Party signs such document.