Terms and conditions

1 - CORPORATINGS information

CORPORATINGSSAS (“CORPORATINGS”)is a French “sociétépar action simplifiée”registered with the Trade and Companies Register of Versailles undernumber 893 604 322 and whose registered office is located at 12Avenue de Prés, 78180 Montigny-le-Bretonneux.

CORPORATINGS' contact points are as follows

E-mail address :

Telephone number :

2 - CORPORATINGS’s Services

CORPORATINGS offers companies (the "Customers") access to financial data (the “Data”) including corporate financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement), revenue breakdown (by products and services, by geographical area), purchase price allocation, impact of exchange rates, accounting methods. This Data is available via the platform’s database in SaaS mode (the "Platform") enabling companies to browse, screen, compare and extract financial data (the "Services").

3 - Contractual documents

The contractual relationship between the Customer and CORPORATINGS is governed, in descending hierarchical order, by the following documents:

What are our Terms and Conditions ("Terms and Conditions”) used for? Our general terms and conditions (the " General Terms and Conditions ") constitute the document governing our contractual relationship and define : - the terms of use of our Services, - our obligations and yours.
Where can I find our Terms and Conditions? You can find them via a direct link at the bottom of the Platform page.
How do I accept our Terms and Conditions? You accept the Terms and Conditions by ticking a box on the registration form. If you do not accept our General Terms in full, you may not access the Services. They may be supplemented by special conditions which, in the event of contradiction, take precedence over the General Conditions.
The quotation (the "Quotation") It’s based on the Customer’s requests. The Customer must accept it in writing (including by email) within [to be completed] days of its issue. This acceptance implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions in their version in force at the date of the Quotation. In case of contradiction, the Quotation shall prevail over the Terms and Conditions. In case of contradiction, the most recent Quotation shall prevail over the oldest one(s). The Quotation includes the commercial documentation that defines the characteristics of the Platform, its use and the additional services associated with it. its use and the additional services associated with it. It’s based on the Customer’s requests.

The Quotations and the Terms and Conditions form an indivisible contractual whole (the "Contract").

4 - Conditions of access to Services

(i) The Customer is a legal entity acting through a natural person with the power or authority required to enter into a contract in the Customer's name and on their behalf.

(ii) The Customer is a professional, understood as any natural person or legal entity acting for purposes within the scope of their commercial, industrial, artisanal, liberal or agricultural activity, including when acting in the name of or on behalf of another professional.

5 - Subscription and access to Services

To access the Services, the Customer must have the following hardware or software: [to be completed].

The Services are not compatible with the following hardware and/or software: [to be completed].

5.1 - Access to the Freemium Services

The Customer may access the standard Services as part of a freemium access in order to test the Services (the "Freemium Services"). The Customer must complete the form provided for this purpose on the Platform.

The Customer must provide CORPORATINGS with all information marked as mandatory.

Registration leads to the opening of an account for the Customer (the "Account") which enables them to benefit in that case from the Freemium Services.

5.2 - Access to the subscription

In order to access to the all Services (“Additional Services”), the Customer must take out a subscription (the "Subscription"). To subscribe to the Additional Services, the Customer must contact CORPORATINGS via the contact details indicated on the Platform in order for CORPORATINGS to submit a Quotation.

Connection to the Platform will require double authentication (SMS code in addition to login and password).

The Customer must provide CORPORATINGS with all information marked as mandatory.

6 - Description of the Services

6.1 - Services

Customer may subscribe to CORPORATINGS  Services:
   • as part of the Freemium Services described on the Platform;
   • as a Subscription described in the Quotation

Before signing the Quotation or creating an account, the Customer acknowledges that they can find out about the characteristics of the Services and their constraints, in particularly technical constraints.

The Customer acknowledges that the implementation of the Services requires a connection to the Internet and that the quality of the Services depends on this connection, for which the CORPORATINGS is not responsible.

The Services to which the Customer has subscribed are described in the Quotation.

CORPORATONGS reserves the right to offer any other Service.  

Any request to modify the subscribed Services must be the subject of an additional Quotation.

6.2 - Other Services

6.2.1 - Maintenance

For the duration of the Services, the Customer benefits from maintenance, in particular corrective and ongoing maintenance.

COTPORATINGS makes every effort to provide the Customer with corrective maintenance to correct any malfunction or bug found on the Platform.

The Customer also benefits from ongoing maintenance, which CORPORATINGS may carry out automatically and without prior notice, and which includes improvements to Platform’s functionalities, the addition of new functionalities and/or technical installations used within the framework of the Platform (aiming to introduce minor or major extensions).

Access to the Platform may also be limited or suspended for planned maintenance purposes, which may include the corrective and ongoing maintenance operations referred to above.

6.2.2 - Hosting

CORPORATINGS uses its best efforts to host the Platform, as well as the data produced and/or entered by/on the Platform, on its servers or via a professional hosting service provider, and on servers located in a territory of the European Union.

6.2.3 - Technical support

In the event of any difficulty encountered while using our Services, the Customer may contact CORPORATINGS using contact details provided in article "CORPORATINGS information".

Technical support service is available from Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays, from 8 am to 6 pm. Depending on the need identified, CORPORATINGS will estimate the response time and inform the Customer accordingly.

7 - Duration of the Services

Within the framework of the Freemium Services the Customer will have access to a reduced version of the Services in order to test the Services of the Platform for a period of 1 months.

Within the framework of the Subscription, the Customer will have access to the Services starting on the day of subscription for an initial period as indicated in the Quotation (“Initial Period”).

It is tacitly renewed, for successive periods of the same duration as the initial period (together with the initial period, the "Periods"), from date to date, unless the Subscription is terminated under the conditions of article "End of the Services".

8 - Financial terms

8.1 - Price of Services

The Freemium Services are offered to the Customer to allow him to test the Platform.

The price of the Subscription is indicated in the Quotation.

If an exchange rate is applied, exchange charges applicable applicable on the date of payment of the price shall be borne by the Customer. Where applicable, the Customer is solely responsible for the payment of all bank charges relating to the payment of prices, with the exception of the CORPORATINGS's bank charges.

Any Period started is due in full.

COPORATINGS is free to offer promotional offers or price reductions.

8.2 - Invoicing and payment terms

Unless otherwise specified in the Quotation, CORPORATINGS will send the Customer an invoice yearly from the beginning of a Subscription by any useful means payable within 30 days of its issue.

8.3 - Consequences of late or non-payment

In the event of default or delay in payment, CORPORATINGS reserves the right, from the day after the due date shown on the invoice, to:

  • - Immediately suspend the Services in progress until full payment of the amounts due,
  • - Charge interest on arrears equal to 3 times the legal interest rate, based on the amount of sums not paid by the due date, and a flat-rate indemnity of 40 euros for collection costs, without prejudice to additional compensation if the collection costs actually incurred exceed this amount.

9 - Intellectual property rights

The Customer is granted a non-exclusive, personal and non-transferable license to use the Platform in SaaS mode for the duration specified in the article "Duration of the Services".

The aforementioned licence is granted for the sole purpose of use of the Platform by the Customer, in accordance with the terms set out above, for its own needs.

The Platform is the CORPORATINGS’s property, as are COPORATINGS’s, software, infrastructures, databases (the “Database”) and content of any kind (texts, images, visuals, music, logos, brands, etc.). They are protected by all intellectual property rights or database producers' rights in force. The license granted to the Customer does not entail any transfer of ownership.

Consequently, any disassembly, decompilation, decryption, extraction, re-use, copying and, more generally, any act of reproduction, representation, distribution or use of any of the elements comprising the Platform, in whole or in part, without the authorisation of CORPORATINGS, is strictly prohibited and may be subject to legal action.

10 - Commercial references

Theparties may use their respective names, brands and logos, and referto their respective platforms, as commercial references, for theduration of their contractual relationship and 3 years thereafter.

11 - Customer’s obligations and liability

11.1 -Concerning the provision of information

The Customer undertakes to provide CORPORATINGS with all the information required to subscribe to and use the Services.

11.2 -Concerning the Customer’s Account

The Customer :
- guarantees that the information provided to subscribe to and use the Services sis accurate and undertakes to keep it up to date,
- acknowledges that this information is proof of their identity and is binding as soon as it is validated,
- is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality and security of their login and password. Any access to the Platform using their login and password is deemed to have been made by the Customer.

The Customer must immediately contact CORPORATINGS using the contact details provided in article "CORPORATINGS information" if they find that the Platform or the Output Files have been used without their knowledge. The Customer acknowledges that CORPORATINGS shall have the right to take all appropriate measures in such a case.

11.3 -Concerningthe use of the Services

TheCustomer is responsible for their use of the Services and for anyinformation they share in this context. The Customer agrees to usethe Services personally and not to allow any third party to use themin their place or on their behalf.

The Customer undertakes not to use the Services for purposes other than those for which they were designed, and in particular to:
- engage in any illegal or fraudulent activity,
- undermine public order and morality,
- infringe the rights of third parties in any way whatsoever,
- violate any contractual, legislative or regulatory provision,
- engage in any activity likely to interfere with a third party's computer system, in particular for the purpose of violating its integrity or security,
- promote their services and/or websites or those of a third party,
- assist or incite a third party to commit one or more of the acts or activities listed above.
- not re-use the Data accessible on the Platform for commercial purposes, and in particular for resale to competitors of CORPORATINGS.

The Customer also refrains from:
- copying, modifying or misappropriating any element belonging to CORPORATINGS or any concepts it exploits within the framework of the Services,
- engaging in any behavior likely to interfere with or hijack the CORPORATING’s computer systems or undermine its computer security measures,
- infringing CORPORATING’s financial, commercial or moral rights and interests,
- marketing, transferring or otherwise giving access in any way whatsoever to the Services, to information hosted on the Platform or to any element belonging to CORPORATING.

In application of the sui generis right of the Database producer CORPORATINGS prohibits the consumer from:
- extracting all or a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial part of the contents of the Database present on the Platform onto another medium, by any means and in any form whatsoever.
- re-use, by making available to the public all or a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial part of the contents of the Platform Database, in any form whatsoever.
- repeatedly and systematically extracting or re-utilising qualitatively or quantitatively insubstantial parts of the contents of the Platform Database, where such actions do not correspond to normal use of the Database.

The Customer shall indemnify CORPORATINGS against any claim and/or action that may be brought against it as a result of the breach of any of the Customer’s obligations. The Customer shall indemnify CORPORATINGS for any loss suffered and reimburse the CORPORATINGS for any sums it may have to bear as a result.

12 - CORPORATINGS’s obligations and liability

CORPORATINGS undertakes to provide the Services with diligence, it being specified that it is bound by a best-effort obligation.

CORPORATINGS therefore guarantees that the Platform does not contain any content that is harmful to the Customer’s computer systems (such as viruses, worms, Trojan horses or spyware) on the date the Platform is made available or delivered. This guarantee also applies to new versions that may be delivered at a later date by CORPORATINGS.

12.1 - Concerning the quality of the Services

CORPORATINGS uses its best effort to provide the Customer with quality Services.

To this end, the CORPORATINGS carries out regular checks to check the operation and accessibility of its Services and may carry out maintenance under the conditions specified in article "Maintenance".

However, the CORPORATINGS shall not be held liable for temporary difficulties or impossibilities in accessing its Services resulting from:
- circumstances external to its network (including but not limited to partial or total failure of the Customer’s servers),
- failure of equipment, cabling, services or networks not included in its Services or not under its responsibility,
- interruption of Services by telecom operators or Internet service providers,
- intervention by the Customer, including but not limited to incorrect configuration of the Services,
- force majeure.

CORPORATINGS is responsible for the operation of its servers, the outer limits of which are constituted by the connection points.

Furthermore, the CORPORATINGS does not guarantee that the Services:
- as they are subject to constant research to improve their performance and progress, will be totally free of errors, defects or faults,
- as they are standard and in no way tailored to the Customer’s personal requirements, will specifically meet the Customer’s needs and expectations.

12.2 - Concerning the Platform service level guarantee

CORPORATINGS does not offer any service level guarantee for the Platform

However, CORPORATINGS makes every effort to maintain 24/7 access to the Platform, except in the event of scheduled maintenance under the conditions defined in the "Maintenance" article or in the event of force majeure.

13 - Limitation of CORPORATINGS' liability

CORPORATINGS ‘s liability is limited solely to proven direct damages suffered by the Customer as a result of using the Services.

With the exception of bodily injury, death and gross negligence, CORPORATINGS’s liability shall not exceed the amounts received by the CORPORATINGS during the 12months preceding the event giving rise to liability or the duration of provision of its Services, whichever is the shorter.

In addition, the Customer expressly accepts that CORPORATINGS makes the Platform available to the Customer in order to enable it to exploit Data but is in no way specialised in the financial sector and will not provide advice to the Customer in this area.  CORPORATINGS shall not be held liable in any way in this respect.

The Customer acknowledges and accepts that the financial information will only be provided as an indication, CORPORATINGS giving no express or implicit guarantee as to the accuracy or exhaustiveness of this information.

The Customer is solely responsible for the use he makes of the Services and the financial information obtained. In this respect, CORPORATINGS cannot be held liable for any use or any decision made by the Customer on the basis of the Data obtained via the Services.

Furthermore, the Data obtained via the Services are valid only at the time and on the day they are generated by CORPORATINGS does not guarantee the validity or accuracy of these Data beyond the aforementioned period.

14 - Admissible modes of proof

Proof may be established by any means.

The Customer is hereby informed that messages exchanged via the Platform as well as data collected on the Platform and CORPORATINGS’s computer equipment constitute the main accepted mode of proof, in particular to demonstrate the reality of the Services performed and the calculation of their price.

15 - Personal data processing

As part of their contractual relations, each Party shall undertake to comply with the applicable regulations on personal data processing and, in particular, the General Data Protection Regulation (regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016) and to the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 (hereinafter referred together as the “Applicable Regulation”).

Each Party processes personal data of contact person of the other Party involved in the execution of the Contract, as controller within the meaning of the Applicable Regulation for the purpose of managing the contractual relations between the Parties and for the duration of the Contract. These processing are carried out for the execution of the Contract and only identification data (in particular surname, first name, email address, telephone number) are processed by the Parties.

Personal data are retained during the duration strictly necessary for the purposes of managing the business relationship between Parties. The staff of the Party controller of the processing, its control services (notably auditor) and its processors could have access to personal data.

The data subjects have the right to access, rectify, erase, restrict, object, request the portability of their personal data and the right to set guidelines on their personal data in case of death, together with the right to lodge a complaint before the competent supervisory authority.

16 - Confidentiality obligations of the parties

Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the other party, the parties respectively undertake to keep confidential, for the duration of their contractual relationship and 3 years thereafter, all information relating to or held by the other party of which they may have become aware as part of the conclusion and performance of their contractual relationship, including Output Files.

This obligation does not extend to information:
- of which the receiving party was already aware,
- already public at the time of communication or which would become public without breach of this article,
- which has been lawfully received from a third party,
- the communication of which would be required by judicial authorities, in application of laws and regulations or to establish the rights of a party within the framework of the contractual relationship between the parties.

Confidential information may be passed on to the parties’ respective employees, collaborators, trainees, agents and co-contractors, provided that they are subject to the same obligation of confidentiality.

17 - Force majeure

The parties shall not be liable for any failure or delay in the performance of their contractual obligations due to force majeure occurring during the term of their relationship as defined in article 1218 of the French Civil Code.

If one of the parties is prevented from fulfilling its obligations due to force majeure, it must inform the other party by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt. Obligations will be suspended on receipt of the letter and must be resumed within a reasonable time once the force majeure has ceased.

The prevented party nevertheless remains bound by the performance of obligations not affected by force majeure and by all payment obligations.

18 - End of Services

The Customer may terminate the Services via their Account or by sending to CORPORATINGS a written request to the contact details given in article “CORPORATINGS information”:

- For the Freemium Services the Customer may terminate the Services at any time;
- For the Subscription, the Customer may terminate the Services no later than 1 months before the end of the current Period unless otherwise specified in the Quotation.
CORPORATINGS may also terminate the Services by sending to the Customer a written request:
- For the Freemium Services CORPORATINGS may terminate the Services at any time;
- For the Subscription, CORPORATINGS may terminate the Services no later than 1 months before the end of the current Period unless otherwise specified in the Quotation.

Any Period started is due in its entirety.

The Customer no longer has access to their Account once the Services have ended.

19 - Sanctions in the event of breach

The following are material obligations to the Customer (the "Material Obligations"):
- payment of the price,
- not to use the Services for a third party,
- not to engage in any illegal or fraudulent activities or activities that infringe on the rights or safety of third parties, undermine public order or violate applicable laws and regulations.
- not re-use the Data accessible on the Platform for commercial purposes, and in particular for resale to competitors of CORPORATINGS.

In the event of a breach of any of these Material Obligations, the CORPORATINGS may:
- suspend or terminate the Customer’s access to the Services,
- notify any competent authority, cooperate with it and provide it with any information that may be useful in investigating and punishing illegal or illicit activities,
- take any legal action.

These sanctions are without prejudice to any damages that CORPORATINGS may claim from the Customer.

In the event of a breach of any obligation other than a Material Obligation, CORPORATINGS will request the Customer by any useful written means to remedy the breach within a maximum period of 15 calendar days. Services will be terminated at the end of this period if the breach is not remedied.

End of Services entails deletion of the Customer's Account.

20 - Contractual modification

CORPORATINGS may modify its Terms and Conditions at any time and will inform the Customer by any written means (and in particular by email) at least 60 calendar days before they come into force.

Modified Terms and Conditions apply immediately regarding the Freemium Services and when the Customer's Subscription is renewed regarding Subscriptions.

If the Customer does not accept these modifications, they must terminate their Subscription in accordance with article "End of Services".

If the Customer uses the Services after the entry into force of the modified Terms and Conditions, CORPORATINGS considers that the Customer has accepted them.

21 - Language

In the event of contradiction or dispute as to the meaning of any term or provision, the English language shall prevail.

22 - Applicable law and jurisdiction

The Terms and Conditions are governed by French law.

In the event of a dispute between the Customer and CORPORATINGS, and in the absence of an amicable agreement within 2 months of the first notification, the dispute shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Paris (France), except in the event of mandatory provisions to the contrary.