End User Service Agreement

Some companies have an end use license agreement (“EULA”). An EULA is usually a complicated document full of legalese that’s nearly incomprehensible (even to attorneys!). Usually the purpose of the EULA is to limit the liability of the software-development company. We think if a company is going to have an EULA, they should also have an end user service agreement (“EUSA”).

By purchasing and continuing to use our products, you’ve put your trust in us. We don’t take that lightly, and we never will. You have a lot of options out there (although we firmly believe ours to be the best), and we know it’s our job to earn your continued business each and every day. Toward that end, we have some policies by which our company abides.

No Paid Upgrades

Some software-development companies charge for upgrades. While we don’t necessarily disagree with that model, it’s not what we’ve chosen for our company. zFoundry will never charge for an upgrade. If you purchase a zFoundry application, it’s yours to keep for as long as you want. You won’t find a “zCloud 2” in the App Store, and you won’t pay a dime for v2.0 of zCloud if you purchase v1.x.

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