Terms and Conditions for Esri UK Customers (other than for Esri UK Online Services or Training)

These terms apply if you purchase products and/or services from Esri UK

In addition to the Esri UK General Terms, these terms apply to products proprietary to Esri Inc., for example any products that are part of the ArcGIS Platform, including ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Online.

In addition to the Esri UK General Terms, these terms apply to products proprietary to Esri UK, for example LocatorHub, ProductivitySuite and CrimeAnalyst.

In addition to the Esri UK General Terms, these terms apply if you are eligible for support, for example where you have purchased product maintenance or subscription.

 


Terms and Conditions for Esri UK Customers (for Esri UK Online Services or Training)

These terms apply if you subscribe to Esri UK’s Online Service.

These terms apply if you purchase training services from Esri UK.

 


Product Life Cycle Documents for Esri UK Customers (for Esri UK products)

 


Terms and Conditions for Suppliers to Esri UK

These terms apply if Esri UK purchases products and/or services from you.

 


Website Usage Terms and Conditions

These terms apply when using the Esri UK website or webpages.

These terms apply when using the Esri UK blogs.

 


Policies of Esri UK

This document sets out Esri UK’s Business Conduct Principles, and applies to Esri UK’s suppliers, subcontractors and partners.

This document sets out Esri UK’s approach to achieving and maintaining good business behaviour by means of sound ethical conduct, and applies to all employees, contractors, consultants and part time employees of Esri UK.

This documents outlines Esri UK’s approach to being an equal opportunities employer.

This document sets out Esri UK's approach to environmental management for continual improvement and contribution to the protection / enhancement of the environment.

This document sets out Esri UK’s Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement and Policy, including the activities of Esri UK to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in Esri UK’s business or its supply chains.