Terms of Use

These terms of use have been designed to protect the content and integrity of PODi research and documents, and therefore to maintain their value to PODi members.
 
Creative use of these materials in the promotion of digital printing, PODi, and to enhance your marketing efforts is encouraged; PODi invites your questions or discussions within and beyond the terms stated.
 
Terms for Reports and Document Usage
 
Please note the separate section below on individual case study terms of use.
 
The reports and documents contained within this site are copyrighted by PODi. The content of these documents represents PODi’s interpretation of information generally available to the public or released by responsible individuals in the participating companies, but is not guaranteed accuracy or completeness.
 
By downloading documents and reports from this site, you agree to be held by these terms.
 
1. You may not alter the content of any PODi document without permission from PODi.2.Members or purchasers of PODi documents may publicly post descriptions and/or thumbnail-type representations of the documents, including any cover pages in their entirety. You may also post or reprint excerpts of PODi documents, not to exceed 100 words.3.PODi members and electronic document site license purchasers are encouraged to distribute PODi documents internally to employees (in hard copy reprints or electronic form), as long as all employee recipients are informed of these Terms of Use.a.If these documents are posted on a Member’s internal website (an intranet), or emailed to employees the following link to these Terms of Use must be included in the posting or email: http://www.podi.org/casestudy/index.php?mode=terms4.PODi documents may not be distributed in their entirety outside of the member or purchasing company in any form without prior arrangement with PODi.5.Your rights and obligations pertaining to the use of these documents as a PODi member or document purchaser may not be sold or in any way transferred to any other individual(s), companies, corporations or organizations.6.Non-members may not copy the Best Practices Reports without prior arrangement and the purchase of distribution rights through PODi7.Ownership of document copyrights remains with PODi, whose authority over use and distribution is final; this authority supersedes these or any other documented or implied terms of use.
 
Terms for Case Study Usage
 
The content of the individual case studies contained in the PODi on-line case study database represents PODi’s interpretation of information generally available to the public or released by responsible individuals in the participating companies, but is not guaranteed as to accuracy or completeness.
 
Individual case studies downloaded from this site, may be distributed under the following terms :
 
1.Members, purchasers of, or participants in an individual case study project are encouraged to distribute the case study in hard copy form as targeted sales/marketing collateral.2.Companies that participated in or supplied equipment or software for a specific case study project may post that case study in electronic form for subsequent download as long as the posting includes a reference to the PODi Best Practices Research and a link back to www.podi.org. A company may post up to 5 individual case studies from the most recent edition of the¬†Best Practices in Digital Print¬†report, and no more than 15 in total.3.Members, purchasers of a Best Practices in Digital Print report, or purchasers of one or more individual case studies may post up to 2 case studies in electronic form for subsequent download as long as the posting includes a reference to the PODi Best Practices Research and a link back to www.podi.org.4.Up to 2 individual case studies may be included in a press package as long as the press package contains the following wording: a.”The case study(ies) contained in this press package is for editorial reference only and is not to be posted or distributed by the press. Press coverage may contain descriptions, thumbnail-type representations of the case study(ies), and/or reprinted excerpts, not to exceed 100 words.”