Exhibit A: Signature Page and Software as a Service Fees
Exhibit A: Signature Page and Software as a Service FeesShuup2021-04-13T10:55:31-07:00
EXHIBIT A: SIGNATURES, PARTIES, SPRINT AND PAYMENTS SCHEDULE
Non-Fixed Sprint and Payment Schedule.
*Completion and Release. As this agreement has no fixed price or fixed scope there is no official completion or release date set.
New Requests. Any additional new development features or services requested by Customer that delay the original scope of Deliverables and schedule hereunder will accordingly change the final delivery and payment dates. Any additional development requests must be made in writing and are subject to Developer’s new cost and delivery date estimates, which shall be incorporated by reference into this Software Specification and Project Plan.
***Estimated Sprint End Dates. Estimated Due Dates are estimates only and may be revised in the sole discretion of Developer based on Customer requests, needs, requirements, specifications, Developer progress, and change requests.
Fees. The estimated fees, start and end dates are only estimates, non-fixed and are subject to change. Developer will make good faith efforts to meet the estimated dates and fees, but Developer does not and cannot make any guarantees for hourly estimates and start and delivery dates. Customer shall pay Developer by the hour at the rate of $150 per hour until the total fees charged reach the amount set forth in the Estimated Fees for each Feature of the Services as specified. Thereafter, if hours exceed the hours Estimated for the Feature, the Customer can continue the development and shall pay Developer at the rate of $150 per hour for all work in the performance of the Services until the Feature is complete. Developer will provide to Customer an itemized invoice reflecting all hours worked for each Feature. Customer may pay via ACH, Credit or debit card, all payments are subject to a 3% service fee charged by Developer. All fees will need to be paid upfront before the new development can start.
Refunds There will be no refunds for purchased hours. All paid and unused hours will be credited to the customer’s account. Requirements and Specifications for how the credited hours will be used on the current marketplace project must be completed and agreed upon by both parties within 90 days of purchase, or the credited hours will expire without a refund.
Signatures. The Parties have mutually agreed the contents of this General Service Agreement and its Exhibit and have duly affixed their signatures on this __________________ (“Effective Date”).
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