The SEEBURGER Cloud is an online portal exclusively for business customers. All services available via the online portal are exclusively intended for users who are businessmen under Article 14 of the German Civil Code (BGB) – i.e. natural or legal persons or private companies – who want to find out about specific products and services offered by SEEBURGER or purchase and use specific cloud services as part of their activities as a commercial enterprise or freelancer. A private company with legal capacity under Article 14 BGB is a private company that is able to procure rights and enter into obligations.
Potential users must register in order to obtain access to and use the SEEBURGER Cloud and the information and services it offers. Persons (hereinafter referred to as “users”) who wish to register as part of their activities as a commercial enterprise or freelancer are eligible.
The registration form provided by SEEBURGER is used for registration. Once all the mandatory fields have been filled in, the registration request can be sent to SEEBURGER with a click on the respective button. As soon as the request has been received, SEEBURGER will send electronic confirmation of the receipt of the registration request to the email address specified in the registration form. Registration is only complete once an additional electronic declaration, the SEEBURGER registration confirmation, has been received.
The SEEBURGER Cloud user account (hereinafter referred to as “user account”) activated based on the registration confirmation by SEEBURGER is tied to the company on whose behalf the respective user has registered with the SEEBURGER Cloud.
The user shall inform SEEBURGER immediately if he has reason to believe that access data for the user account has become available to unauthorised third parties or is being used improperly.
User accounts are non-transferable. If the user leaves the company on whose behalf he registered with the SEEBURGER Cloud, the account must be deleted and a new account created. The user himself is solely responsible for this. The user and/or the company on whose behalf the user registered can contact SEEBURGER at the following email address should they have any questions concerning implementation or support in connection with the deletion of an account or creation of a new account: email@example.com.
Orders which the registered user submits to the Webshop affiliated with the SEEBURGER Cloud are always made on behalf and for the account of the company on whose behalf the user is registered. The user is only authorised to order cloud services via the Webshop where he is authorised to do so by the company on whose behalf he submits the order. Notwithstanding other rights, SEEBURGER reserves the right to reject orders submitted by a user who is not authorised to place orders, or to terminate accepted orders with immediate effect for cause, if SEEBURGER has reason to believe that the order was submitted by the user without the respective authorisation by the company on whose behalf the user has registered. Every order will be processed according to the SEEBURGER sales terms for cloud services valid at the time the order is placed. You can access the latest version of the SEEBURGER Webshop Sales Terms via the above link.
The cloud services offered in the SEEBURGER Webshop are solely intended for the internal purposes of the company in whose name and for whose account the order was placed. Resale to third parties is not permitted, if not defined otherwise in the contract.
The SEEBURGER Cloud and the services offered through it can be accessed via the Internet. SEEBURGER makes every effort to ensure a high level of availability for the SEEBURGER Cloud. However, the user is aware that services available via the Internet are subject to certain risks of failure which are not SEEBURGER’s responsibility. SEEBURGER shall not assume responsibility for uninterrupted access to the SEEBURGER Cloud. SEEBURGER reserves the right to interrupt access to the SEEBURGER Cloud from time to time to perform necessary maintenance work or remedy problems. The SEEBURGER Cloud is not available during these times.
The availability and use of the SEEBURGER Cloud requires that the user’s company establish the technical conditions needed in order to access and use the SEEBURGER Cloud via the Internet. In order to use the SEEBURGER Cloud, the company on whose behalf the user has registered with the SEEBURGER Cloud must also bear the costs related to the user’s access to the Internet and any transmission costs incurred for the data transfer to and from the SEEBURGER Cloud. Furthermore, the user must ensure that the computer used for registering with the SEEBURGER Cloud is equipped with the security measures to be expected based on the current state-of-the-art technology before the user uploads any data to the SEEBURGER Cloud.
SEEBURGER is not liable for the loss or damage of data during transmission to and from the SEEBURGER Cloud. The user and SEEBURGER shall inform one another immediately should indications arise that the transmission did not take place, was faulty or was incomplete.
The user can request the deletion of his SEEBURGER Cloud user account by SEEBURGER in writing at any time and without specifying any reasons by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. SEEBURGER shall delete the account immediately upon receipt of the user’s email during SEEBURGER’s normal working hours (Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CET, except public holidays at SEEBURGER’s place of business).
Once the user account has been deleted, the user can re-register at any time, provided that he is entitled to register and SEEBURGER did not delete the account for good cause.
SEEBURGER reserves the right to exclude the user from using the SEEBURGER Cloud and delete the respective account for good cause. Good cause for excluding a user may include indications that the user has misused the user account, or exclusion to protect the SEEBURGER Cloud (e.g. when operations are endangered due to improper use of the Cloud), or to protect the company on whose behalf the user has registered (e.g. because the user is not or no longer employed by the company).
Furthermore, SEEBURGER is authorised to delete the user account at any time and to exclude the user from further registrations if SEEBURGER decides, at its own discretion, to shut down the SEEBURGER Cloud. The user must be notified of such a decision electronically via the user email address on file in the SEEBURGER Cloud at least 14 calendar days before the scheduled shutdown.
Upon successful registration, the user shall receive the non-transferable, non-exclusive right to the intended use of the SEEBURGER Cloud and the services offered by it. All rights to the SEEBURGER Cloud, the services it offers, all images, texts and information, and their arrangement and depiction in the SEEBURGER Cloud, rest exclusively with SEEBURGER or the respective SEEBURGER licensors. Any use of the SEEBURGER Cloud and the services and content it offers that deviates from the agreed use requires the explicit, prior written consent of SEEBURGER. In particular, transferring any content available via the SEEBURGER Cloud, in full or in part, to other programmes or websites without the prior written approval of SEEBURGER is not permitted.
SEEBURGER does not charge for the agreed use of the SEEBURGER Cloud for strictly informational purposes. The prices for the cloud services obtained via the Webshop result from the respective specification of services in the Webshop.
The content and services available via the SEEBURGER Cloud contain registered and non-registered brands as well as company symbols and work titles. SEEBURGER or its respective licensors explicitly reserve all rights to these brands, company symbols and work titles. The user and his company shall only be authorised to use these brands, company symbols and work titles where this is absolutely necessary for the agreed use of the SEEBURGER Cloud (e.g. for calling up and reading the corresponding specification of services via the Internet). Any other use requires the explicit, prior and written consent of SEEBURGER.
Exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising in connection with the use of the SEEBURGER Cloud and the services offered by it is Bretten (state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany) if the user is a merchant, legal entity under public law or special fund under public law. However, SEEBURGER is also authorised to file a complaint with the responsible court at the user’s place of business.