In accessing the website of Arcplace Ltd (hereafter, "Arcplace"), you consent to the Terms and Conditions of Usage as applicable at the relevant time along with all legal notices relating to this website. Arcplace may amend or supplement these Terms and Conditions of Usage from time to time, which you should therefore check regularly.
Should you object to these Terms and Conditions, please desist from accessing this website.
Purpose and functions of this website / disclaimer of warranties
The purpose of this website is to provide information concerning our company and our services. However, the contents of this website do not constitute a decision-making aid with binding effect, an offer, recommendations, advice or answers to requests for advice. If you are interested in the contents of the website, please contact Arcplace staff directly.
The contents of the website are offered "as is" and "subject to availability". No express or implicit assurance or warranty whatsoever is provided that the contents and functions are accurate, comprehensive, up to date, reliable and error-free. Any information is liable to change without prior notice and/or may differ due to any difference in factual circumstances or other criteria. No warranty is provided with regard to marketability or suitability for a specific purpose, or in respect of copyright or other rights. Arcplace in particular provides no warranty that the website, its contents and individual functions will be available at all times, on an uninterrupted basis and error-free and that they will also be otherwise free from harmful elements. Any acts carried out on the basis of the contents of this website are carried out at the user's own individual risk.
Where permitted by law, Arcplace expressly refuses any liability for losses that may arise in any way in relation to this website. Arcplace shall not under any circumstances bear liability for any direct, indirect or consequential losses (such as e.g. lost profit) arising from or related to the operation or suspension of the operation of, access to or usage of the information and functions contained on this website or third party information accessed through this website (e.g. links). Arcplace shall likewise bear no liability for losses or damage caused by online hazards or technologically damaging material (e.g. viruses).
Links and third party content
This website may contain third party content and/or links to third party websites. Third party links and/or content are not regularly checked by Arcplace. Arcplace does not accept any responsibility and does not provide any warranty whatsoever for these, their operation and the content thereof and provides no quality assurances in relation to them, including in particular that they are reliable, up to date, accurate, comprehensive or lawful. Arcplace shall in particular bear no liability for third party content, websites, links or references. Arcplace shall likewise bear no liability for websites that are linked to the Arcplace website, that display it in frames or that otherwise use its contents.
Your usage of the website
This website may only be used for the purposes for which it is intended and in particular may not be used for any purposes that are improper, unlawful, detrimental to Arcplace or other competitors of Arcplace or otherwise directly or indirectly detrimental to Arcplace.
You must ensure that appropriate antivirus programs, firewalls or other necessary security software have been put in place before accessing this website.
Electronic communication (email)
Many forms of electronic communication, such as e.g. email, are neither confidential nor secure. Such communications may be viewed, intercepted or altered by third parties or may be lost. You use unsecured/unencrypted electronic meals of communication when contacting Arcplace at your own risk.
Arcplace shall not be liable for any losses incurred by you or others arising in relation to messages sent to Arcplace by ordinary email or by another electronic messaging system.
Your personal data will be processed in relation to your usage of the website. Processing shall occur in accordance with the following principles and with applicable data protection law.
When you visit the website the web server will record certain information about the pages used by you, the nature of this usage along with certain details concerning your visit (for example your IP address, the operating system, the type of browser software used and the pages on the website that you visit, including the time and date). In addition, Arcplace will process personal data (e.g. name, address, email address, telephone number), provided by you to us through this website (e.g. on a contact form or in the pre-download mask), inter alia in order to contact you by telephone or email and for its own marketing purposes and also where permitted by law or consented to by you. If you provide your contact details on this website for a product that is free of charge (e.g. download of documents or software), we may presume that you are interested in our products and services and also assume that you have consented to being contacted by us for marketing purposes. If you do not consent to the usage of your data for marketing purposes (e.g. to receiving calls or advertising), please do not retrieve the product that is free of charge (e.g. download) or contact the address indicated below.
In addition to purposes that are identifiable or purposes that have already been specified and are identifiable, Arcplace will also use personal data for the purposes of assessment, website usage analysis, the provision and operation of the website, its technical administration and further development as well as for answering questions and providing services.
Arcplace shall be entitled to transmit your data in relation to the purpose for which they were collected to related companies and to its own appointees and third party service providers and to those of such related companies both within and outside of your country of residence or of the country from which the data were transmitted for the purpose of service provision. Such third party service providers may only use your data in the manner that Arcplace would be entitled to do. They are also obliged to ensure data protection. Arcplace will only otherwise disclose your data with your approval or if it is obliged to do so under applicable legislation, according to governmental instructions or pursuant to a decision of an authority or a court of law.
The internet in general must not be regarded as a secure environment. Unauthorised third parties may gain access to any data that you send over the internet (e.g. to the Arcplace website). This may result in such data becoming accessible to third parties, disclosed, substantively altered or lost, or to other problems. Even if the sender and the recipient are situated in the same country, data transmitted over the internet may leave the relevant country and be routed through a country in which less stringent data protection standards apply than in your country of residence. Arcplace refers expressly to the fact that data transmitted over the internet is vulnerable to security breaches and is not in principle protected against third party access. Arcplace is not responsible or liable for the security of your data during transmission over the internet to Arcplace. If you disclose any personal or confidential data or information over the internet, such data is provided by you voluntarily and at your own risk.
Arcplace adopts appropriate security measures in order to enhance data security. These include for example protection of the website by SSL encryption or with passwords and the limitation of access to personal data to employees and contractors of Arcplace who are required to be familiar with the data in order to be able to process such data in accordance with their purpose.
Google Analytics cookies are used for the statistical purposes of Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a web analysis service of Google Inc. based in the USA ("Google"). Cookies are used in order to analyse how visitors use the website, which pages they visit, how long they remain on the pages etc. The information generated by Google Analytics regarding your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transferred to one of Google's servers in the USA and stored there. Google will use this information in order to analyse your use of the website, to compile reports on website activity for website operators and to provide additional services related to the use of the website and of the Internet. Google will also transfer this information where necessary to third parties insofar as required by law or where third parties process such data on behalf of Google. In this regard, we explicitly draw your attention to the fact that the statutory protection provided for personal data in the USA is not equivalent to that available in Europe
We use the reports generated by Google in order to continuously improve our pages and to satisfy customer requirements. Please consult the Terms of Service of Google Analytics:
Further information concerning Google Analytics:
Duration of storage: from "until the end of the browser session" until "up to 2 years".
You can block the installation of cookies at any time by adjusting the appropriate settings in your browser or set your browser to warn you before accepting cookies and thus decide yourself whether or not you would like to accept cookies. This website may in principle be used without accepting cookies, although individual functions may thereby be limited.
The customer data (e.g. name, first name, company, telephone, email etc.) is processed and secured in the EU before it is transferred to the USA and stored there for an indefinite period of time. If Arcplace deletes a contact, the data remains available in HubSpot for 90 days. In the case of a GDPR-compliant deletion, the data remains in HubSpot for 30 days after Arcplace has deleted it from the tool.
If you have any questions concerning the processing of your personal data or if you would like to receive information as to whether data relating to you have been processed, or if you would like to rectify personal data or limit their usage (e.g. for marketing purposes), please contact:
Copyright and other intellectual property rights
All content on the website of Arcplace is protected by copyright. All rights, entitlements and claims (including copyright, trademarks and patents) over all contents (including all text, data, graphics, images, logos, trademarks, videos, registers, databases, lists or software) on this website are retained by Arcplace or the holder of the relevant right. Individual pages and/or parts of the website may only be printed out exclusively for private or internal usage and only insofar as the relevant printout contains all existing references to copyright and other rights. Except with the prior written approval of Arcplace, website users are prohibited from copying, reproducing, altering any content of the website either in full or in part, using [or] transferring such content as frames in or by streaming to another website or creating works derived from the content specified or otherwise using the content for commercial or public purposes. Except with the written approval of Arcplace, it is also not permitted to retrieve the contents of this website in a systematic manner (whether through robots or spiders and whether automatically or manually) in order to compile directly or indirectly any collection or database or list or to use such content otherwise for commercial or public purposes.
Applicable law and additional terms and conditions
Particular areas of this website may be subject to additional terms or conditions. In the event that such terms and conditions are inconsistent with these Terms and Conditions of Usage, the additional terms and conditions shall take precedence over the relevant term of the Terms and Conditions of Usage.
Should any individual terms of these Terms and Conditions of Usage be invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining Terms and Conditions. The invalid term shall be replaced by a term that comes as close as possible to the meaning of the invalid clause.
Usage of this website along with these Terms and Conditions of Usage shall be governed exclusively by substantive Swiss law – to the exclusion of any provisions of international treaty law. The courts of Zurich shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all disputes arising in relation to this website.
Last updated: February 2018