Delivery of Software Sample Clauses

Delivery of Software. 1. SAP will deliver the Software as described in the Documentation and the Price List and will also provide the appropriate license keys. With regard to the features, quality and functionality of the Software the product description in the Documentation and the Price List is solely decisive. SAP does not own any additional features, quality or functionality. Partner can, in particular, not assert any additional feature, quality or functionality from any public statements, publications or advertisements by SAP except to the extend SAP has expressly confirmed such additional feature, quality or functionality in writing. Any representation, warranty, undertaking or guarantee regarding additional features, quality or functionality is effective only if expressly confirmed by SAP’s management in writing.
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Delivery of Software. (a) Either party may request one (1) copy of Software or other electronic or written documentation (“Electronic Materials”) that (i) is subject to the license granted to such requesting party under this Article II and (ii) has not already been provided to the requesting party since the Execution Date. The delivering party shall make available or deliver to the requesting party a copy of any such Software or Electronic Materials that are in existence at the time of such request.
Delivery of Software. Delivery of Software occurs when SISW makes Software available to Customer via electronic download from a website specified by SISW. Physical shipment of the media may be done at SISW’s option, as an accommodation to Customer, or because certain elements of the Software are not available for electronic download. Software will be delivered subject to EXW (Incoterms 2020) for deliveries that occur entirely within the United States, Russia, China, or India. All other Software will be delivered subject to DAP (Incoterms 2020).
Delivery of Software. The Software shall be deemed accepted by Customer upon electronic availability. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event any component of the Software is physically shipped, the Parties hereby agree that delivery of such Software shall be F.O.B. shipping point.
Delivery of Software. Licensor shall deliver the Licensed Product to Licensee electronically or by other methods as agreed by Licensor and Licensee on the Delivery Date.
Delivery of Software. Upon IMG's request in each case, VERITAS shall promptly provide to IMG (i) at IMG's option, one complete and accurate "golden master" object code or executable copy of any or all of the Software Products listed in Exhibit A and one complete and accurate copy of the associated Documentation, and/or (ii) at IMG's option, one copy of the Source Code for that Software Product. Upon completion of development of each additional Software Product (including each Update), VERITAS shall provide to IMG one complete and accurate "golden master" object code or executable copy of that Software Product (or Update) and one complete and accurate copy of the associated Documentation, for evaluation and use by IMG. If IMG has requested the Source Code for any Updated Software Product, or if IMG requests the Source Code for a new Software Product, then VERITAS shall also provide to IMG the Source Code for the Update or Software Product. It is understood, however, that some Software Products may include portions licensed from third parties, for which VERITAS does not have the Source Code, or is not permitted to sublicense the Source Code, and that VERITAS shall not be obligated to provide such Source Code to IMG. VERITAS agrees, however, to use reasonable efforts to obtain the right to sublicense to IMG any such Source Code which VERITAS does have.
Delivery of Software. (a) Until the expiration of two (2) years from the Trigger Date, either party may request one (1) copy of Software or other electronic content maintained on the other party’s intranet or other computer network (“Electronic Materials”) that (i) is subject to the license granted to such requesting party under this Article II, (ii) has not already been provided to the requesting party, (iii) is not otherwise in the requesting party’s possession and (iv) is not used to provide any GE Services or Company Services, as the case may be, to the requesting party or its Affiliates under the Transition Services Agreement, provided that if such requesting party has access to such intranet or computer network, such requesting party has first used commercially reasonable efforts to obtain such Software or Electronic Materials directly from such intranet or computer network prior to making such request. Subject to Section 2.03, the delivering party shall make available or deliver to the requesting party a copy of any such Software or Electronic Materials that is in existence at the time of such request and current as of the Closing Date; provided, however, that the delivering party may, at its sole discretion, make available or deliver a version of such Software and Electronic Materials that is current on or about the date of such request and includes upgrades, updates and other modifications made to such Software and Electronic Materials since the Closing Date. Any upgrades, updates or other modifications to Software and Electronic Materials that are made available or delivered to the requesting party pursuant to this Section 2.09 and Controlled by the delivering party as of the date they are made available or delivered shall be deemed to be GE Intellectual Property if made available or delivered by GE or its Affiliates, or Genworth Intellectual Property if made available or delivered by Genworth or its Affiliates, notwithstanding that such upgrades, updates or other modifications were not used, held for use or contemplated to be used by the receiving party as of the Closing Date or Controlled by the delivering party as of the Closing Date.
Delivery of Software. 4.1 Within thirty (30) days from the EFFECTIVE DATE, CSHL shall deliver to INSTITUTION the SOFTWARE. INSTITUTION may make a reasonable number of copies of the SOFTWARE for the purpose of backup and maintenance of the software. All copies of such SOFTWARE shall contain the appropriate copyright notice of CSHL.
Delivery of Software. (a) For so long as GE and/or any of its Subsidiaries owns, directly or indirectly, at least twenty percent (20%) of the equity interest in Company, the Licensee may request one (1) copy of Software or other electronic content maintained on the Licensor’s intranet or other computer network (“Electronic Materials”) that (i) is subject to the license granted to the Licensee under ARTICLE II, (ii) has not already been provided to the Licensee, and (iii) is not otherwise in the Licensee’s possession. Subject to Section 2.03, the Licensor shall make available or deliver to the Licensee, in a mutually acceptable format, a copy of any such Software or Electronic Materials that is in existence at the time of such request and current as of the Closing Date; provided, however, that the Licensor may, at its sole discretion, make available or deliver a version of such Software and Electronic Materials that is current on or about the date of such request and includes upgrades, updates and other modifications made to such Software and Electronic Materials since the Closing Date. Any upgrades, updates or other modifications to Software and Electronic Materials that are made available or delivered to the Licensee pursuant to this Section 3.06 and Controlled by the Licensor as of the date they are made available or delivered shall be deemed to be Comcast Licensed Intellectual Property if made available or delivered by Comcast or its Subsidiaries, or Company Licensed Intellectual Property if made available or delivered by Company or its Subsidiaries.
Delivery of Software. NS1 will deliver Licensed Software, in its preconfigured, out-of-the box format, to you by making it available to you to download through NS1's web portal or other mutually agreed upon delivery method.