Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management Addendum
This Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management Addendum (this “MSLMA”) Addendum is entered into between Motorola Solutions, Inc., with office at 500 W. Monroe, suite 4400, Chicago, IL 60661 (“Motorola”) and the entity set forth in the signature block below or in the MCA (“Customer”) and will be subject to, and governed by, the terms of the Motorola Solutions Customer Agreement entered into between the Parties, effective as of the earlier of (a) the first purchase of Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management services from Motorola, and (b) the date of the last signature on the first Ordering Document between the Parties (the “Effective Date”) the (“MCA”). Capitalized terms used in this MSLMA, but not defined herein, will have the meanings set forth in the MCA.
If you are purchasing Maintenance, Support, and Lifecycle Management 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 Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management services from Motorola.
1. Addendum. This MSLMA governs Customer’s purchase of Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management (as defined below) services (and, if set forth in an Ordering Document, related Services) from Motorola and will form part of the Parties’ Agreement. In addition to the MCA, other Addenda may be applicable to the MSMLA, including the Equipment Purchase and Software License Addendum (“EPSLA”), with respect to Licensed Software and Equipment, and the Communications System Addendum (“CSA”) as further described below. This MSMLA will control with respect to conflicting terms in the MCA or any other applicable Addendum, but only as applicable to the Maintenance, Support and Lifecycle Management services purchased under this MSMLA and not with respect to other Products and Services.
Motorola will provide break/fix maintenance, technical support, or other Services (such as software integration Services) (“Maintenance and Support Services”) and/or upgrade services (“Lifecycle Management”) as further described in the applicable Ordering Documents.
3. Terms and conditions
3.1 Maintenance and Support services
3.1.1 Purchase Order Acceptance. Purchase orders for additional, continued, or expanded maintenance and software support, during the Warranty Period or after the Warranty Period, become binding only when accepted in writing by Motorola.
3.1.2 Start Date. The “Start Date” for Maintenance and Support Services will be indicated in the applicable Ordering Document.
3.1.3 Auto Renewal. Unless the applicable Ordering Documents specifically states a termination date or one Party notifies the other in writing of its intention to discontinue the Maintenance and Support Services, this Agreement will renew for an additional one (1) year term on every anniversary of the Start Date. At the anniversary date, Motorola may adjust the price of the Services to reflect the renewal rate.
3.1.4 Termination. Written notice of intent to terminate must be provided thirty (30) days or more prior to the anniversary date. If Motorola provides Services after the termination or expiration of this MSLMA, the terms and conditions in effect at the time of termination or expiration will apply to those Services and Customer agrees to pay for those services on a time and materials basis at Motorola’s then effective hourly rates. This provision survives the expiration or termination of the Agreement and applies notwithstanding any contrary provision.
3.1.5 Equipment Definition. For maintenance and support services, Equipment will be defined to mean the hardware specified in the applicable Ordering Documents.
3.1.6 Additional Hardware. If Customer purchases additional hardware from Motorola that becomes part of the Communications System, the additional hardware may be added to this MSLMA and will be billed at the applicable rates after the warranty period for that additional equipment expires. Such hardware will be included in the definition of Equipment.
3.1.7 Maintenance. Equipment will be maintained at levels set forth in the manufacturer’s product manuals and routine procedures that are prescribed by Motorola will be followed. Motorola parts or parts of equal quality will be used for Equipment maintenance.
3.1.8 Equipment Condition. All Equipment must be in good working order on the Start Date or when additional equipment is added to the MSLMA. Upon reasonable request by Motorola, Customer will provide a complete serial and model number list of the Equipment. Customer must promptly notify Motorola in writing when any Equipment is lost, damaged, stolen or taken out of service. Customer’s obligation to pay maintenance and support fees for this Equipment will terminate at the end of the month in which Motorola receives the written notice. If Equipment cannot, in Motorola’s reasonable opinion, be properly or economically maintained for any reason, Motorola may modify the scope of Services related to that Equipment; remove that Equipment from the Agreement; or increase the price to maintain that Equipment.
3.1.9 Equipment Failure. Customer must promptly notify Motorola of any Equipment failure. Motorola will respond to Customer's notification in a manner consistent with the level of Service purchased as indicated in this MSLMA and applicable Ordering Documents.
3.1.10 Intrinsically Safe. Customer must specifically identify any Equipment that is labeled intrinsically safe for use in hazardous environments.
3.1.11 Excluded Services.
a) Service excludes the repair or replacement of Equipment that has become defective or damaged from use in other than the normal, customary, intended, and authorized manner; use not in compliance with applicable industry standards; excessive wear and tear; or accident, liquids, power surges, neglect, acts of God or other force majeure events.
b) Unless specifically included in this MSLMA or the applicable Ordering Documents, Service excludes items that are consumed in the normal operation of the Equipment, such as batteries or magnetic tapes.; upgrading or reprogramming Equipment; accessories, belt clips, battery chargers, custom or special products, modified units, or software; and repair or maintenance of any transmission line, antenna, microwave equipment, tower or tower lighting, duplexer, combiner, or multicoupler. Motorola has no obligations for any transmission medium, such as telephone lines, computer networks, the internet or the worldwide web, or for Equipment malfunction caused by the transmission medium.
3.1.12 Time And Place. Service will be provided at the location specified in this MSLMA and/or the applicable Ordering Documents. When Motorola performs maintenance, support, or installation at Customer’s location, Customer will provide Motorola, at no charge, a non-hazardous work environment with adequate shelter, heat, light, and power and with full and free access to the Equipment. Waivers of liability from Motorola or its subcontractors will not be imposed as a site access requirement. Customer will provide all information pertaining to the hardware and software elements of any system with which the Equipment is interfacing so that Motorola may perform its Services. Unless otherwise stated in this MSLMA or applicable Ordering Documents, the hours of Service will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., local time, excluding weekends and holidays. Unless otherwise stated in this MSLMA or applicable Ordering Documents, the price for the Services exclude any charges or expenses associated with helicopter or other unusual access requirements; if these charges or expenses are reasonably incurred by Motorola in rendering the Services, Customer agrees to reimburse Motorola for those charges and expenses.
3.1.13 Customer Contact. Customer will provide Motorola with designated points of contact (list of names and phone numbers) that will be available twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week, and an escalation procedure to enable Customer’s personnel to maintain contact, as needed, with Motorola.
3.1.14 Warranty. Motorola warrants that it’s Maintenance and Support Services under this section will be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ninety (90) days from the date the performance of the Services are completed. In the event of a breach of this warranty, Customer’s sole remedy is to require Motorola to re-perform the non-conforming Service or to refund, on a pro-rata basis, the fees paid for the non-conforming Service. MOTOROLA DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
3.2 Lifecycle Management Services
3.2.1 The Software License terms included in the MCA and its Addendum applies to any Motorola Software provided as part of the Lifecycle Management transactions.
3.2.2 The term of this Addendum is for the number of years set out in the Ordering Documents, commencing on the date set out in the Ordering Documents. The price for the Lifecycle Management services is as set out in the Ordering Documents, excluding applicable sales or use taxes but including discounts as more fully set forth in the pricing pages. Because the Lifecycle Management is a subscription service as more fully described in the applicable Ordering Documents, payment from Customer is due in advance and will not be in accordance with any Payment Milestone Schedule.
3.2.3 The Communications System upgrade will be scheduled during the subscription period and will be performed when Motorola’s upgrade operation resources are available. Because there might be a significant time frame between when this MSLMA is executed and when a Communications System upgrade transaction is performed, Motorola may substitute any of the promised Equipment or Software so long as the substitute is equivalent or superior to the initially promised Equipment or Software.
3.2.4 Acceptance of a Lifecycle Management transaction occurs when the Equipment (if any) and Software are delivered, in accordance with the EPSLA, and the Lifecycle Management services are fully performed; there is no Acceptance Testing with a Lifecycle Management transaction.
3.2.5 The Warranty Period for any Equipment or Motorola Software provided under a Lifecycle Management transaction will commence upon shipment and not on Communications System Acceptance or Beneficial Use, and is for a period of ninety (90) days rather than one (1) year. The ninety (90) day warranty for Lifecycle Management services is set forth in the applicable Ordering Documents.
3.2.6 In addition to the description of the Lifecycle Management services and exclusions provided in the applicable Ordering Documents, the following apply:
a) Upon reasonable request by Motorola, Customer will provide a complete serial and model number list of the Equipment.
b) Lifecycle Management services exclude the repair or replacement of Equipment that has become defective or damaged from use in other than the normal, customary, intended, and authorized manner; use not in compliance with applicable industry standards; excessive wear and tear; or accident, liquids, power surges, neglect, acts of God or other force majeure events.
c) Unless specifically included in this MSLMA or the applicable Ordering Documents, Lifecycle Management services exclude items that are consumed in the normal operation of the Equipment; accessories; and repair or maintenance of any transmission line, antenna, microwave equipment, tower or tower lighting, duplexer, combiner, or multicoupler. Motorola has no obligations for any transmission medium, such as telephone lines, computer networks, the internet or the worldwide web, or for Equipment malfunction caused by the transmission medium.
d) Customer will provide Motorola with designated points of contact (list of names and phone numbers) that will be available during the performance of the Lifecycle Management services.
3.2.7 The Lifecycle Management annualized price is based on the fulfillment of the two year cycle. If Customer terminates this service during a two year cycle, except for Motorola’s default, then Customer will be required to pay for the balance of payments owed for the two year cycle if a major system release has been implemented before the point of termination.
3.2.8 If Customer terminates this Maintenance and Support or Lifecycle Management service and contractual commitment before the end of the term as set out in the Ordering Documents, for any reason other than Motorola’s default, then the Customer will pay to Motorola a termination fee equal to the discount applied to the last three years of service payments. This provision survives the expiration or termination of the Agreement and applies notwithstanding any contrary provision.
4.1 Unless alternative payment terms are stated in this MSLMA, Motorola will invoice Customer in advance for each payment period. All other charges will be billed monthly, and the Customer must pay each invoice in U.S. dollars within thirty (30) days of the invoice date. Customer will reimburse Motorola for all property taxes, sales and use taxes, excise taxes, and other taxes or assessments that are levied as a result of Services rendered under this Agreement (except income, profit, and franchise taxes of Motorola) by any governmental entity.
4.2 INFLATION ADJUSTMENT. For multi-year agreements, at the end of the first year of the Agreement and each year thereafter, a CPI percentage change calculation shall be performed using the U.S. Department of Labor, Consumer Price Index, “All Items,” Unadjusted Urban Areas (CPI-U). Should the annual inflation rate increase greater than 3% during the previous year, Motorola shall have the right to increase all future maintenance prices by the CPI increase amount exceeding 3%. “All Items,” not seasonally adjusted shall be used as the measure of CPI for this price adjustment. The adjustment calculation will be based upon the CPI for the most recent twelve (12) month increment beginning from the most current month available as posted by the U.S. Department of Labor (http://www.bls.gov) immediately preceding the new maintenance year. For purposes of illustration, if in Year 5 the CPI reported an increase of 8%, Motorola may increase the Year 6 price by 5% (8%-3% base).