Legal

General

1. Definitions And Interpretation

In these Conditions, the Rate Schedule and every Quote, Order, Plan contract, or other arrangement in connection with the supply of Goods or Services by Interintra Pty Ltd the following words have the following meanings:

“After Hours” means from 17:00 – 08:30 hours Monday to Friday and all-day Saturday and Sunday, including Public Holidays);

“Business Hours” means Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 17:00) hours excluding Public Holidays;

“Client”, “You” or “Your” means a person who seeks or obtains a quote for, or who orders, Goods or Services from Us, and includes both a person whose name is on the Order or on an email attached to which is an order, a person who places an order, and a person on whose behalf an Order is placed or on whose behalf it appears and order is placed, and in any case each of their heirs, successors and assigns;

“Conditions” means these terms and conditions;

“Goods” means any goods and/or services sourced by Us or provided by Us in connection with any such goods and/or services including computer hardware and Software and any goods or services provided in connection with any of those things;

“GST” has the meaning given to it under A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth)

“Order” means any order requested by You to Us for Goods or Services in any form;

“Quote” means a quote provided to You by Us;

“Period” means a particular number of half-days, days, weeks, fortnights, months, or any other period, as may be agreed between Us and the You as the period during which some Services will be provided;

“Plan” means any arrangement between Us and You (whether alone or in conjunction with any other person) for Services (including unlimited support) and/or the provision of Goods provided by Us under an arrangement in connection with Work agreed to be done or progressed for or on behalf of You or any other person at Your request, including as set out in a Plan Schedule;

“Plan Schedule” means the key terms applicable to Plans as set, and as may be varied by Us, from time to time in its absolute discretion without notice to You;

“Public Holidays” means any day which is a public holiday throughout South Australia;

“Rates” means the hourly rates and other charges for Services (including any call-out fees and any Return/Cancellation Fees) set out in the Rates Schedule, a Plan, Plan Schedule, Quote, contract or arrangement entered into by Us and You or in these Conditions, and includes any monies payable to Us on a quantum meruit basis for any work it has done;

“Rate Schedule” means the schedule of rates

, charges and conditions for the services of Ours as set, and as may be varied, by Us from time to time in its absolute discretion without notice to You;

“Reasonable Assistance Limits” has the meaning set out in clause 17.2;

“Return/Cancellation Fee” means a fee charged pursuant to clause 12.5 as set by Us from time to time;

“Service request” means a request for service such as adds, moves, changes and technical assistance;

“Services” means the provision of any services by Us including Work, advice and recommendations;

“Software” includes software and any installation, update, associated software and any services provided in connection with any of these things;

” Us”, “Our” or “We” means Interintra Pty Ltd (ACN 131 402 107) and its heirs, successors and assigns; and

“Work” means anything We may do, provide, customise, produce or acquire, whether or not in connection with, or for the purposes of, You or Your use or benefit, and includes testing, troubleshooting, installation and configuration of new equipment or software, consulting, scoping, planning, documenting and quoting for complex items.

In these Conditions, the Rate Schedule and every Quote, Order, Plan, contract, or other arrangement in connection with the supply of Goods or Services by Us, unless the contrary intention appears:

Words denoting the singular number only shall include the plural number and vice versa;

Reference to any gender shall include every other gender;

Reference to any Act of Parliament, Statute or Regulation shall include any amendment currently in force at the relevant time and any Act of Parliament, Statute or Regulation enacted or passed in substitution therefore;

Headings and words put in bold are for convenience of reference only and do not affect the interpretation or construction of these Conditions;

All references to dollars ($) are to Australian Dollars);

A reference to time is to Adelaide, Australia time);

A reference to an individual or person includes a corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, authority, trust, state or government and vice versa;

A reference to a recital, clause, schedule, annexure or exhibit is to a recital, clause, schedule, annexure or exhibit of or to these Conditions;

A recital, schedule, annexure or description of the parties forms part of these Conditions;
A reference to any agreement or document is to that agreement or document (and, where applicable, any of its provisions), as amended, novated, supplemented or replaced from time to time;

Where an expression is defined, another part of speech or grammatical form of that expression has a corresponding meaning;

A reference to “includes” means includes without limitation;

A reference to “will” imports a condition not a warranty; and

A reference to bankruptcy or winding up includes bankruptcy, winding up, liquidation, dissolution, becoming an insolvent under administration, being subject to administration and the occurrence of anything analogous or having a substantially similar effect to any of those conditions or matters under the law of any applicable jurisdiction and to the procedures, circumstances and events which constitute any of those conditions or matters.

2. Commitment Term

2.1The minimum term that You acquire the service for is outlined in Our Quote to You, beginning from the first of the next month after the date of signing or
approving the Quote.
2.2 Prior to the expiry of the Committed Term, Interintra will the Client to negotiate a possible extension.

3. Termination

3.1This Agreement may be terminated by You upon ninety (90) days written notice if We:

3.1.1Fail to fulfil in any material respect its obligations under this Agreement and do not cure such failure within thirty (30) days of receipt of such written notice.
3.1.2Breach any material term or condition of this Agreement and fail to remedy such breach within thirty (30) days of receipt of such written notice.
3.1.3Terminate or suspend our business operations, unless it is succeeded by a permitted assignee under this Agreement.

3.2This Agreement may be terminated by Us upon ninety (90) days written notice to you.
3.3 This Agreement may be terminated by Us upon sixty (60) days written notice to you.
3.4If either party terminates this Agreement, we will assist you in the orderly termination of services, including timely transfer of the services to another designated provider. You agree to pay us for rendering such assistance at our normal rates as outlined in our current Rate Schedule.

4. Representations

4.1 You acknowledge that no employee or agent of Ours has any right to make any representation, warranty or promise in relation to the supply of Goods or Services other than subject to and as may be contained in the Conditions.

5. Notices

5.1Any notices given under the Conditions shall be in writing and sent by e-mail to the last notified e-mail address of Yours.

6. Governing Law

6.1The Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of South Australia and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of South Australia.

7. Assignment

8.1You may not assign Your rights and obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Us.

Goods and services

8. Quotes

8.1Term and effect: Quotes will only be valid for 7 days unless otherwise specified in the Quote. A Quote is merely an invitation to You to place an Order with Us and the acceptance of a Quote by You will not create a binding contract between You and Us

8.2Quote is valid for 7 days only. Expiry dates on quotes are set to be able to inform Us when the quote is still active or to be discarded. Once discarded the quote will need to be requested again.

8.3Once a quote has been confirmed by Us, then the prices in the quote will be confirmed as the final agreed price. A quote is confirmed as ‘final’ as soon as both parties agree with the final price after any last changes requested by You.

8.4The price in the final quote may vary from the original request if there is any price or product changes requested by You. We reserve the right to alter product and prices in the quote, as long as the quote has not been confirmed with You.

8.5Quotes and estimates shall be deemed to correctly interpret the original specifications and are based on the cost at the time the quote or estimate is given. If You later require any changes to the quotes, and We agree to the changes, these changes will be charged at Our prevailing rate.

8.6Once the Quote has been confirmed and converted to an Order, the Order will be subjected to our normal Terms and Condition of Sale.

8.7The general minimum turnaround time for Quote request to be actioned is usually 24 hours. In the event that a quote is required urgently please let us know so that we can respond to it accordingly.

8.8When a special price or discount offer has been applied to this Quote, no other special promotion, discount or bonus offer will be applicable

8.9In the event that products in the Quote are subjected to any price and supply fluctuations that is outside of Our control We reserve the right to update the price and product in the Quote accordingly. If a product has undergone a price drop or a price increase, the Quote will then be adjusted accordingly. If there is a product that is no longer available, the product will then be replaced or substituted based on Your request and is subject to Your final approval.

8.10Price on non-stocked products are subjected to Price and stock fluctuations and can only be confirmed once the Quote is turned into an Order. While We endeavour to honour every price quoted, if there is a price increase that is beyond our control, We reserve the right to increase the price as necessary.

8.11Once a Quote has already passed the expired date, We may cancel the quote or estimate without having to notify or receive an approval from You.

8.12ETA information is based on an estimate given by our vendors and cannot be held as the actual promised date.

8.13Freight charges will be added to the Order unless otherwise stated. Any included delivery charges are estimates only.

8.14We do not keep inventory and as such only order items once we receive a completed order from a client. If You would like to return an item or cancel an order, a restocking fee may apply. We will need to get approval from the distributor that the stock is returnable before being able to issue a refund as not all products can be returned.

8.15Prices are based upon total Quote Purchase.

8.16Unless Specified, all items on quote are covered by manufacturer’s warranty covering parts and labour for hardware only on a return to depot basis.

8.17Varying or withdrawing Quotes: We may vary or withdraw a Quote at any time in Our absolute discretion and without prior notice to You. We may do so for any reason We consider fit, including, e.g. where the Goods or Services become unavailable or the cost price of Goods or Services increases after the date of the Quote.

9. Orders

9.1Order forms: You may place an Order for Goods and/or Services with Us. Normally, We will require that You provide either a completed Order form or You approve the quote electronically via either an email or a web based system with the date and Your details, including Your full legal name or description and any applicable ABN or ACN number (including the full name or description of any person on whose behalf the order is placed), Your address together with any relevant Quote number and date.

9.2Approval of Orders: You will need to sign the Order or have it duly executed on Your behalf, unless the Order is sent by email or via the web based ordering system, in which case the Order will be treated or deemed as if signed by or on behalf of You by the person whose name appears as the sender of the email or submitter of the form.

9.3Reliance on appearance of validity: Absent actual knowledge to the contrary, We may rely upon the apparent validity of an Order. If any Order is signed or sent by email or approved through the web based ordering system by a named person, that person warrants that the Order is, and it is acknowledged the Order is deemed in favour of Us to be:

9.3.1signed by, and duly authorised by, both the person who signed the Order and the person who sent the email; and
9.3.2duly authorised by the person on whose behalf the Order is placed or apparently placed.

9.4Acceptance and Orders: An Order has no effect unless or until it is accepted by You in writing and, until We have received from You payment in clear funds for the Order and any related freight, delivery and (where applicable) in-transitinsurance costs in clear funds.

9.5No obligation to deliver: We are not obliged to deliver any Order until we have received payment in clear funds from You for the Order, any related freight, delivery and (where applicable) in-transit insurance costs or where We are unwilling or unable to complete the Order for any reason provided it refunds any payment made by You in respect of the Order.

9.6Credit checks: For the purposes of ascertaining the credit standing or history of a prospective customer to whom We are considering extending credit or payment terms, You hereby consents to Us undertaking a credit reference check in respect to You.

9.7Cancellation of Orders: You will not cancel an Order unless We agree to do so in writing in Our absolute discretion. You acknowledge that, amongst other things, We cannot cancel an Order once the manufacturer or supplier has despatched the relevant Goods and that such despatch often occurs the same day as the Order is placed by Us.

9.8Processes and Procedures: We have processes and procedures that We follow in the course of the provision of Our Services and the supply of Goods. You agree to co-operate with Us and to comply with such processes and procedures as advised to You from time to time.

10. Pricing And Rates

10.1Rates exclude Tax: All rates and amounts charged or quoted for Goods and/or Services by Us are exclusive of Tax and any other applicable taxes or government charges (unless otherwise stated in writing by Us).

10.2Rates Schedule: You must pay for Goods and Services at the Rates set out in any applicable Plan and the Rate Schedule as applicable from time to time during the provision of the Goods and/or Services.

10.3Return/Cancellation FeeWhere We arrange a return or refund on behalf of You, or where an Order is cancelled by You after acceptance by Us, We may charge You a Return/Cancellation fee to cover the administration costs to Us in
processing the return or refund, or in processing the Order, the cancellation and any refund. We may deduct the Return/Cancellation fee from out of any
moneys otherwise due to be refunded to You by Us.

10.4Expenses: You must pay any out of pocket expenses incurred by Us in
providing the Services to You in addition to the Rates, charges and call-out fees, upon written demand. Such expenses will include travel costs, flights, car
hire, petrol, insurance, taxi fares, accommodation and related meal allowance, tolls and car parking expenses. In all cases where an expense may be occurred, Interintra will obtain prior written authorisation from You before such expenses are incurred.

10.5Separate charges for Goods and Services: We may in Our absolute discretion charge for Goods separately from Services or may charge for Goods and Services together.

10.6Calculation of increments: Where a charge is calculated based on increments of time, e.g. 1 hour or 30 minutes, We will charge the applicable rate for the whole increment of time even if work is done during part of, but not for the whole of, that increment of time.

10.7Pre-Paid Blocks of Service: Where You agree to buy Pre Paid Blocks of
Service during a Period, payment must be made in advance for the Pre-Paid Blocks of Service at the rate applicable pursuant to the Rates Schedule for all
Services. Each such rate being less any discount agreed in writing between Us and You in respect of the Pre-Paid Blocks of Service. Services included in a
Pre-Paid Block of Service rate during the Period:

10.7.1are calculated in accordance with the applicable minimum time periods and increments set out in the Rates Schedule; and
10.7.2are only provided by Us during the applicable Period. Where Services are provided for a specified Period:

10.7.2.1the Services remaining unused for that Period cannot be rolled over into any subsequent Period; and
10.7.2.2We are not liable to refund, re-imburse, pay damages or otherwise compensate or indemnify You in respect of those unused Services

11. Services And Plans

13.2Copies on Request: We will provide You with a copy of the current Rates Schedule upon request. Plan Schedules are tailored for particular Plans and are available to Clients participating in the Plan.

12. Delivery, Title and Risk

12.1Delivery liability: We will use all reasonable endeavours to despatch Goods by the due date, but do not accept any liability for non-delivery or failure to deliver on time where this is caused by circumstances beyond the reasonable control of Ours, including, for example, due to failures in supply to Us or delays caused by third parties, such as delivery companies or manufacturers.

12.2Availability to accept delivery: You must be available to accept the Goods at Your nominated delivery address during Business Hours unless otherwise arranged.

12.3Passing of Risk: Delivery is deemed to take place when the Goods are delivered to Your nominated address, whereupon risks of loss, breakage and all damage and all other risks pass to You.

12.4Retention of Title: Until We receive full payment in cleared funds for any moneys due to Us by You on any account or for any reason:

12.4.1title to, and property in, Goods supplied to You remain vested in Us and does not pass to You;
12.4.2You must keep those Goods separate from other goods and maintain the Goods and their labelling and packaging intact;

13. Returns And Claims For Goods And Services

13.1General Returns Policy: Notwithstanding anything in these Conditions, You acknowledge that We supply Goods subject to all applicable conditions, including returns and claims policies, of any relevant manufacturer or supplier. You will accept Goods subject always to these Conditions and the terms of such conditions and will indemnify and hold Us harmless in respect of any further or other obligation or any failure or default on the part of that manufacturer or supplier.

13.1Duty to inspect: You will inspect all Goods immediately upon their delivery. Within 7 days of such delivery You may give written notice to Us of any matter or thing, by reason of which You might wish to return the Goods, ask for a refund, or make a claim. If no such notice is given on time, You will accept the Goods without any such return, refund or claim.

13.3Return Condition:Where You are entitled to return Goods under these Conditions, You must return the Goods in their original condition and unopened, provided always that where, upon opening the packaging it becomes apparent that the Goods are different to what is described on thepackaging or that the Goods are faulty, the Goods may be returned.

13.4Return costs: You will pay all costs and expenses incurred by Us in arranging the return of the Goods to a manufacturer or supplier and/or the cancellation of any related services unless that manufacturer or supplier pays such costs.

13.5Consequences of use, installation, customisation or sale: You will indemnify and hold Us harmless in respect of all allegations and claims in respect of Goods once such Goods have been used, installed, customised or re-sold by You (without prejudice to the recourse of such a customer to the manufacturer of the Goods).

14. Computer Utility, Functionality And Fitness For Purpose

14.1Service limitations given the science of computing: You acknowledge that a reasonable incident of the Services may involve trial and error and that it is a science applied often in novel or unknown circumstances and involving experiment. In particular, You acknowledge that the Services may involve tests, troubleshooting, advice and recommendations that may prove incorrect or inappropriate, particularly in an attempt to cure a problem You are having. While We will make what We consider (in Our absolute discretion) to be all reasonable endeavours to provide appropriate tests, troubleshooting, sound advice and good recommendations in order to assist You.

14.2Recommendations, suitability, functionality and fitness for purpose: The parties acknowledge that:

14.2.1We may recommend that You purchase Goods provided by third parties from time to time;
14.2.2Recommendations may be made in situations where You have made known to Us the purpose for which the Goods will be used or some function sought to be fulfilled;
14.2.3You acknowledge that We have no control over many factors involved with the suitability, function or fitness for purpose of Goods in an existing or new computer environment, e.g.

14.2.3.1the compatibility or ability of the Goods to fit into or perform to expectations in the receiving computer/internet environment; or
14.2.3.2the behaviour of third party supplier, e.g. in relation to support;

14.2.4You acknowledge that for a whole number of reasons outside of Our control, the Goods may fail to meet Your expectations, may not turn out to be fit for all or any of the purposes sought, may not be suitable or may not function properly in all or any respects;

14.2.5You acknowledge that the Services provided by Us may involve the very task of seeking to customise Goods so they may be fit for particular purposes and that customisation may be a very substantial project in itself;

14.3Testing Procedures: You will follow the instructions of Ours with regard to testing or troubleshooting any problems and that if those do not resolve the outstanding problems, We will, subject to these Conditions, allocate such resources as We consider reasonable in the circumstances towards their resolution.

15. Force Majeure

15.1Force Majeure: If We are unable to supply any Goods or Services due to circumstances beyond Our reasonable control, We may cancel the Order (even if the Order has already been accepted) or cease to provide the Services by written notice to You, in which case You will hold Us harmless.

15.2We will not be liable for any breach of contract due to any matter or thing beyond Our control, including failures by third parties to supply goods, services or transport, stoppages, transport breakdown, fire, flood, earthquake, acts of God, strikes, lock-outs, work stoppages, wars, riots or civil commotion, intervention or public authority, explosion or accident.

16. Product Specifications

19.1Alterations to Specifications: We make every effort to supply the Goods in accordance with the Order however We may supply alternate Goods subject to minor variations in actual dimensions and specifications where these are changed by the manufacturer of the Goods after the Order date and before delivery.

19.2Substitute Goods: If We cannot supply the Goods ordered by You, We may supply alternate Goods of equal or superior quality provided however that You will not pay a higher price than the price Quoted or otherwise agreed for the Goods ordered.

17. Warranties

17.1Reliance on Manufacturer’s Warranty: You will rely on the warranties provided by the manufacturer of Goods supplied by Us (where applicable)

17.2No claim for manufacturer’s default: You indemnify and hold Us harmless in respect of the performance or otherwise, by any manufacturer of Goods supplied to You by Us, of any of the obligations of such manufacturer in respect of such Goods. This includes any damages or moneys due to You arising under, or in connection with, any breach by the manufacturer of any the manufacturer’s warranties in respect of the Goods.

18. Errors And Omissions

18.1We make every effort to ensure that all prices and descriptions quoted are correct and accurate. In the case of an error or omission, We may rescind the affected contract by written notice to You, notwithstanding that We have already accepted Your Order and/or received payment from You. Our liability in that event will be limited to the return of any money You have paid in respect of the Order.

Our responsibilities

19. Privacy Statement And Your Rights

19.1We are collecting Your personal information for the fulfilment of Quotes, Orders and the provision of Goods or Services to you and it may retain and use it for any such purposes (“Authorised Purposes”).

19.2You are required to provide your personal information to Us for Authorised Purposes.

19.3We may disclose Your personal information to other persons for the purposes of the fulfilment of Quotes, Orders and Work for you or in order to provide Goods or Services to You, to verify the information You provide, for enquiries about Goods or Services that may be suitable for your purposes, or to confirm Your requirements, to anyone proposing to supply Goods or Services to You, or to acquire Goods or Services on Your behalf, or in respect of enquiries relating to any of the foregoing.

19.4Otherwise We will not disclose Your personal information without Your consent unless authorised by law.

19.5Your personal information will be held by Us at Our Principal Place of Business and You can contact Us to request to access or correct it.

19.6We rely on You to submit correct information and details where requested. You accept that You may incur additional expenses if you submit incorrect information.

20. Working with Vulnerable people and or sensitive data

20.1Should the placement require, Interintra will undertake to ensure that all staff attending the Clients Site and computer systems, will have appropriate police checks and working with children eligibility checks

Interintra will present these certifications to the Client, prior to commencing any works.

Interintra will undertake to keep all such certification true and valid for the duration of our engagement

21. Our Website

21.1We make no representations or warranties in relation to information available on Our website, including without limitation:

21.1.1that the information on Our website is complete or correct;
21.1.2that Our website will be continuously available or free from any delay in operation or transmission, virus, communications failure, internet access difficulties or malfunction in hardware or software; and that We endorse any internet site linked to Our website or any third party products or services referred to on Our website.

22. Insurance Coverage

22.1We will maintain at Our own expense, commercial general liability insurance for personal injury and property damage for Professional Indemnity for a general aggregate of $5,000,000 as well as Public and Product liability for a general aggregate of $20,000,000. At Your request We will provide You with certificates, including renewal certificates evidencing such coverage within thirty (30) days of commencing this Agreement, at every renewal and at other times as may be reasonably requested by You.

Your responsibilities

23. Lodging Of Service Requests

23.1 In order for Us to provide You with the agreed Service, You agree to follow Our process for lodging of Service Requests as outlined in Appendix A.

24. Access To Systems, SiteS and People

24.1In order to provide You with the agreed Service, You agree to give Us access to various items of Yours including but not limited to, equipment, people and sites as and when required.

24.2You agree to allow Us to install software on Your Equipment that allows Our technicians to access Your systems at any time. This software allows Us to view system statuses, send monitoring information, see users’ desktops and control Your PC’s.

24.3When accessing the servers and networking equipment, Interintra may need to log in from time to time to perform rudimentary upgrades and patching. For any major changes, the client will be notified ahead of time.

24.4When accessing the Desktop computers at the Clients site and whilst providing IT support, Interintra will always obtain permission from the client prior to logging in.

25. Third Party Authorisations

25.1At times We may need to contact Your third party providers on Your behalf, such as Your internet provider. Some of these providers may require Your authorisation for Us to deal on Your behalf. It is Your responsibility to ensure that We are able to deal freely with these providers.

26. Payment, Late Payment And Default

26.1Payment due date: All invoices issued to You are due and payable to Us within the terms stated on the invoice (unless otherwise agreed in writing). by cash, cheque, credit card or direct deposit in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and in the way set out in the Invoice.

26.27 days late: Where You fail to pay an invoice within seven (7) days of the due date, We may, in Our absolute discretion and without prior notice, suspend or discontinue the supply of Goods and/or Services to You.

26.3Recoveries: All legal and other costs and expenses incurred in connection with the recovery of late payments will be added to the amount due by You to Us and will be recoverable from You, in addition to the original invoice cost. If You default in payment of any invoice on time, moneys which would have become due by You at a later date shall be immediately due and payable without any further notice to You. Collectively, all of these moneys are referred to in these Conditions as a “Sum Due”.

26.4Payment arrangements: In the event that a repayment arrangement is made in relation to any Sum Due and the supply of Goods or Services is resumed, but then a repayment due under that arrangement is not made on time, We may, in Our absolute discretion and without prior notice, again suspend or discontinue the supply of Goods or Services to You.

26.5Other remedies: We may exercise any of Our rights and remedies including taking legal action against You for the recovery of any moneys due to Us, notwithstanding it may have exercised other rights under these Conditions.

27. Non Solicitation Of Clients And Employees

27.1You agree that employees are one of Our most valuable assets, policy and professional ethics require that Our employees not seek employment with, or be offered employment by You during the course of engagement and for a period of two (2) years thereafter (or the maximum amount permissible by a Court).

27.2You agree that Our damages resulting from breach of this clause 31.1 would be impracticable and that it would be extremely difficult for Us to ascertain the actual amount of damages. Therefore in the event You violate this provision, You agree to immediately pay Us 100% of the employee’s total annual salary, as liquidated damages and We shall have the option to terminate this Agreement without further notice or liability to You. The amount of liquidated damages reflected herein is not intended as a penalty and is reasonably calculated based upon the projected costs We would incur to identify, recruit, hire and train suitable replacements for such personnel.

28. Copyright And Confidentiality

28.1Confidential Information: We acknowledge that in the course of providing Services to You, We may learn from You certain non-public personal and otherwise confidential information relating to You, including Your customers,consumers or employees. We shall regard any and all information We receive which in any way relates or pertains to You, including Your customers, consumers or employees as confidential.

28.2You also acknowledge that all information and services, consulting techniques, proposals, and documents disclosed by Us or which comes to Our attention during the course of business and provided under this agreement constitute valuable assets of, and confidential and/or proprietary information to Us.

As such, both parties shall take all commercially reasonable steps to not disclose, reveal, copy, sell, transfer, assign, or distribute any part or parts of such information in any form, to any person or entity, or permit any of its employees, agents, or representatives to do so for any purpose except unless permitted in writing by the disclosing party or as required by applicable law.

Appendix A

29.1 Service Request Lodgement Process

When you contact us to lodge a service request only the methods below must be used:

Phone: 08 8344 4733 option 1

Email: helpdesk@interintra.com.au

Web Portal: interintra.com.au/support

Include a short description of the problem and any screenshots of errors to assist in the resolution of the issue. If the issue is being lodged by either phone or external email you must include your name, company and return contact details. Service requests must not be lodged directly with technicians, as this detracts them from resolving the current issue.

If the issue is being lodged by either phone or external email you must include your name, company and return contact details.

Service requests must not be lodged directly with technicians, as this detracts them from resolving the current issue.

29.2 Service Requests Outside Of Our Business Hours

Service Requests that must be addressed outside of business hours must be lodged by phone (charges apply for after hours work). If not, the Service Request will be viewed on Our next Business Day.

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