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					                    TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKETING & SERVICES AGREEMENT

        This Telecommunications Marketing & Services Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into to be effective the ____ day
of ___________ 2000, by and between Voice4net.com, Inc. (“VENDOR”), a corporation organized under the laws of the State of
Texas with a principal place of business at 1420 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 540, Dallas, Texas 75247, and
__________________________________________.           (“CUSTOMER”), a Corporation organized under laws of
______________,            with          a           principal        place           of            business            at
_____________________________________________________________________.

                                                  AGREEMENT

WHEREAS, CUSTOMER desires to supply its end users with enhanced virtual office platform services, functioning in
VENDOR's service bureau environment, located in Dallas, TX, including, without limitation, 800/888 telephone numbers, for
CUSTOMER's business purposes from VENDOR; and

WHEREAS, VENDOR is willing to furnish system capacity within the Continental United States, Canada and such other areas
in which VENDOR may provide Services in the future (the “Service Area”) to those users of CUSTOMER that subscribe as end
users (the “End Users”) to one or more of the Services offered by VENDOR within the Service Area, provided that there are
adequate physical facilities to provide such capacity, and such electronic capacity can reasonably be provided on a cost effective
basis, as determined by VENDOR in its reasonable discretion;

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises set forth herein, and other valuable consideration, the sufficiency
and receipt thereof acknowledged by the parties, VENDOR and CUSTOMER agree as follows;

1.   End User Contracts. VENDOR will contract directly with End Users to provide the Services and all customer support (e.g.
     account setup, fulfillment, technical support, billing inquiries and collection). The provision of Services to End Users shall
     be solely governed by the terms and conditions set forth in the agreements between VENDOR and the End Users.

2.   Billing. VENDOR will, directly or indirectly, bill End Users for the Services. VENDOR will make revenue sharing
     payment to CUSTOMER in accordance with the provisions of Exhibit A for activation and monthly services charges actually
     received from End Users within thirty (30) days after VENDOR's receipt of funds from End Users. The revenue sharing
     payment to CUSTOMER will be net of adjustments, credits and refunds issued to End-Users by VENDOR.

3.   Payment. If an End User becomes more than thirty (30) days delinquent in payment of VENDOR's invoices to such End
     User, VENDOR may notify CUSTOMER (the “Notification”) of the amount that such End User owes VENDOR (the
     “Delinquent Amount”) and CUSTOMER shall use best efforts to assist VENDOR in the collection of such amounts
     including, but not limited to, the termination of the End User's long distance service.

4.   Fees. During the term of the Agreement, including any extension thereof, CUSTOMER agrees to pay, in accordance with
     the terms hereof, the amounts set forth in Exhibit A attached hereto for fees and charges related to the Platform Services
     and/or Custom Programming. CUSTOMER shall pay the applicable charges set forth herein for all completed calls placed to
     VENDOR's Platform including, without limitation, calls which are identified as a misdial, or intended for a party other than a
     CUSTOMER customer.

5.   Invoice Disputes. In the event CUSTOMER disputes any monthly invoice provided by VENDOR, CUSTOMER agrees to
     notify VENDOR immediately, and in no event later than ten (10) days after receipt of the invoice, in writing of disputed
     charges. CUSTOMER further agrees to pay any undisputed portions of the invoice according to the terms and conditions set
     forth in Exhibit A. VENDOR will investigate the disputed charges to determine whether they were properly billed to
     customer. If found to be valid, CUSTOMER agrees to pay the disputed charges when due, and if past due, immediately.

6.   Nonexclusivity. VENDOR’s commitment is nonexclusive. VENDOR reserves the right (i) to establish other reseller and
     marketing arrangements within any geographic area and (ii) to offer and provide all or any part of the Services on a retail
     basis within any geographic area.

7.   Additional Products and Services. From time to time, VENDOR may wish to add additional products and/or services to the
     Services. Additional products and/or services may be added to the Services only with the consent of CUSTOMER, such
     consent not to be unreasonably withheld.

8.   Promotional Materials. CUSTOMER may modify the Promotional Materials or create new promotional materials, provided
     that CUSTOMER shall submit to VENDOR any such new promotional materials and any modified Promotional Materials
     for advance written approval by VENDOR.
9.   Best Efforts. CUSTOMER agrees to use its best efforts to encourage its distributors/dealers and End Users to use the
     Services and CUSTOMER will not assist with offering its distributors/dealers or End Users any services of the type provided
     by VENDOR under this Agreement, except for VENDOR Services.

10. Term. This Agreement is for an initial term of three (3) years, commencing on the effective date set forth above. Such term
    shall be automatically renewed for successive periods of one (1) year each unless either party gives the other written notice of
    termination not less than ninety (90) days prior to the end of the then current term.

11. Termination. Either party may terminate this Agreement immediately if the other party becomes insolvent, is the subject of
    a bankruptcy filing that is not dismissed within sixty (60) days after such filing, makes an assignment for the benefit of
    creditors, applies for or consents to the appointment of a trustee or receiver, or a trustee or receiver is appointed for such
    party, and such proceeding is not dismissed within thirty (30) days after such appointment. Immediately upon the
    termination of this Agreement, CUSTOMER will return or certify in writing to VENDOR the destruction of all advertising
    and Promotional Materials provided by VENDOR pursuant to this Agreement.

12. Termination for Breach. In the event that CUSTOMER fails to pay all charges invoiced to CUSTOMER by VENDOR
    within thirty (30) days after CUSTOMER's receipt of VENDOR's invoice therefore, VENDOR in its discretion, may, at its
    sole discretion, terminate this Agreement upon written notice to CUSTOMER although all unpaid amounts due VENDOR
    must still be paid by CUSTOMER.

13. Trademarks. Except for distribution of Promotional Materials, CUSTOMER shall not use any service mark, trademark,
    trade dress, logo or trade name of VENDOR or any of its subsidiaries and affiliates without first obtain VENDOR’s written
    approval, and any such use will conform to the strict terms of any authorization, nor shall CUSTOMER make reference to
    any such mark or name in any advertising or Promotional Materials without first submitting such materials to VENDOR for
    written approval. Upon termination of this Agreement or upon request from VENDOR if sooner, CUSTOMER shall
    immediately cease using VENDOR’s trademarks or trade names, if any such use has previously been authorized.

14. No Ownership Conveyed. No title or ownership of the hardware (the "VENDOR Hardware") or software (the "Software")
    used in connection with the Platform Services or any portion thereof is hereby transferred to CUSTOMER. (The VENDOR
    Software and VENDOR Hardware shall be collectively referred to herein as the "VENDOR System") CUSTOMER
    acknowledges that the VENDOR System is proprietary to VENDOR, and that CUSTOMER would not be granted access to
    the VENDOR System without its prior agreement to the confidentiality restrictions set forth below.

15. Confidentiality. CUSTOMER and VENDOR shall at all times preserve in confidence and neither use nor disclose, except as
    may be strictly necessary in the performance of this Agreement, any information obtained from the other party and identified
    as confidential, whether or not so labeled, including, but not limited to, information concerning any of the other party's
    proprietary technology, products, methods of operation, customers, marketing executives, marketing, costs, profit or margin
    information, and production and future business plans. Furthermore, the terms of this Agreement shall not be disclosed to
    third parties (other than the parties' attorneys and accountants) without the prior written consent of all parties, except pursuant
    to a subpoena or court order.

16. Limited Warranty. VENDOR agrees to use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain its telecommunications network
    in a manner so as to assure a high quality of Platform Services (consistent with industry standards) for CUSTOMER End
    Users. VENDOR's responsibility, however, is limited to the maintenance of its switch facilities, and VENDOR disclaims
    all responsibility for faults in CUSTOMER's network, including, without limitation, those faults which occur as a result
    of defects in other companies' telecommunications networks or which occur as a result of CUSTOMER-provided
    equipment or wiring on VENDOR's premises. CUSTOMER agrees to inform VENDOR immediately in the event
    problems are encountered with the Platform Services. CUSTOMER further agrees to cooperate with and assist
    VENDOR in the resolution of such problems. OTHER THAN AS EXPRESSLY OUTLINED ABOVE; VENDOR
    MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
    WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE). CUSTOMER
    AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT WILL VENDOR BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
    CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. CUSTOMER FURTHER AGREES THAT IN ANY EVENT WILL THE TOTAL
    AGGRESGATE LIABILITY OF VENDOR FOR ANY CLAIMS, LOSSES, OR DAMAGES ARISING UNDER OR
    RELATING IN ANY WAY TO THIS AGREEMENT AND/OR SERVICES PERFORMED HEREUNDER EXCEED
    THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID BY CUSTOMER TO VENDOR DURING THE CALENDAR MONTH THAT THE
    CLAIM FIRST ARISES.
17. CUSTOMER Warranty. CUSTOMER hereby represents and warrants that: (a) it/he/she is authorized to contract for the
    services ordered herein; (b) it/he/she is not precluded from entering in to this Agreement by virtue of any other agreement or
    obligation.
18. Entire Agreement. This Agreement is the complete and exclusive statement of the agreement between the parties, which
    supersedes all proposals or prior agreements, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the
    subject matter hereof.

19. Amendment. This Agreement may be amended, modified or superseded only by written instrument executed by all parties
    hereto.

20. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement shall be held by a court or other adjudicative body with jurisdiction thereof
    to be illegal, against public policy, or otherwise unenforceable, such holding shall not effect the enforceability of any other
    provision hereof, and the parties shall substitute for the affected provision an enforceable provision which approximates the
    intent and economic benefit of the affected provision as closely as possible.

21. Notices. Any and all notices or reports required or permitted to be given under this Agreement shall be sufficient if furnished
    in writing and sent by hand delivery, facsimile or certified mail, return receipt requested, to the recipient's address shown
    above, unless written notice of a change in such address shall have been previously given in accordance with this provision.
    Notices shall be deemed given when delivered and receipted for (if by certified mail), upon delivery (for hand delivery), or
    upon facsimile transmission (if by facsimile). A copy of each notice directed to VENDOR shall also be delivered to
    P. Weston Musselman, Jr., Jenkens & Gilchrist, P.C., 1445 Ross Avenue, Suite 3200, Dallas, Texas 75202.

22. Law Governing. This Agreement shall be treated as though it were executed in Dallas County, Texas, and shall be governed
    by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, without regard to the choice of law
    principles thereof.

23. Venue; Enforcement of U.S. Judgments. Any legal action relating to this Agreement shall be brought only in a court of
    competent jurisdiction in Dallas County, Texas or in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas,
    Dallas Division. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, the parties hereto submit to the personal jurisdiction of
    such courts and waive any objection, which they may now or hereafter have to the laying of venue in such courts.
    CUSTOMER hereby agrees to the enforcement of any judgment against him in any jurisdiction in which he is located, and
    hereby waives any procedural requirements of such jurisdiction(s) for the enforcement of foreign judgments.

24. Attorneys' Fees. If any legal proceeding is brought by any party hereto, it is expressly agreed that the prevailing party in
    such legal proceeding shall be entitled to recover from the other party reasonable attorneys' fees in addition to any other relief
    that may be awarded.

25. Force Majeure. Each party will be excused from performance under this Agreement, except for any payment obligations,
    for any period and to the extent that it is prevented from performing, in whole or in part, as a result of delays caused by the
    other party or any act of God, war, civil disturbance, court order, labor dispute, third party nonperformance, or other cause
    beyond his reasonable control, including failures, fluctuations, or nonavailability of electrical power, heat, light, air
    conditioning or telecommunications equipment. Such nonperformance will not be a default or a ground for termination as
    long as reasonable means are taken to remedy the problem causing such nonperformance.

         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement to be effective as of the date first indicated above.


         ______________________________________                   Voice4net.com, Inc.



By:                                                               By:

Title:                                                            Title:
                                        Exhibit A


Corporate Setup Fee: $500.00

Enhanced Services Rate & Feature Schedule
 Feature                  Option 1                   NOTES
 Calling Card Feature        
 Voice Mail                  
 Fax Mail                    
 IVR                         
 Conferencing                
 Follow Me/Locate            
 Pager Notification          
 One button Reply            
 Speed dial                  
 Service Activation         $5.00                    One time
 Platform Rate             $0.099                   Per minute
 Calling Card LD Rate      $0.099                   Per minute
 Monthly Rate               $7.99                   Per month
Virtual Office Plan Features Definitions
               Feature                                                    Definition
 Personal 800/888/877 Number         Toll Free number
 Enhanced Calling Card               Place outbound long distance calls at the discount rate of $0.xxx per min.
 Multiple Re-origination             Place several calls in a single session without incurring addl. charge.
 Speed Dial                          Preprogram up to 9 numbers.
 Voice Mail                          Receive, Store, Forward, Reply all messages.
 Fax Mail                            Receive with a voice mail cover page. Print to any fax machine.
 Voice     and     Fax   Broadcast   Build broadcast lists to send voice and fax mail messages automatically. Up to 10
 Messaging                           broadcast lists with unlimited numbers per list.
 One-button reply                    Captures ANI and returns voice mail with single button
 Date/Time function                  System records date/time of msg. Delivery for reference
 Skip-forward/Skip-back              Skip back & forth through the msg. For faster msg. Retrieval
 Custom Personal Greeting            End users records own greeting.
 Additional greetings                User can prerecord and activate different greetings
 Security control                    User controls security password maintenance

 Pager Notification                  Automatically beeps your pager when you receive a voice or fax mail message.
 On line user guide                  Fax back of complete or summary user guide built in
 Recharge on demand                  Allows a PPD environment to auto recharge via credit card/ACH
 Follow Me / Locate                  Program your number to ring your home, cellular, office, etc. Screens caller and gives
                                     you the option of connecting or sending to voice mail. Up to 10 profiles with 10
                                     forwarding numbers for each profile.
 Personal conference calling         End user can setup own “meet-me” conference for up to 24 total users.
 Reunion conference calling          End user can setup own conference line with up to 300+ total users.
 Billing/Statement on line           End user can request fax of prev. month’s statement & billing detail.
 Billing/charges announcement        System auto-announces amount of usage/billing amount for month.
 PPD balance tracking                For PPD systems, computer speaks balance at beginning of each session.

				
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