The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection finds the agreements between IT software company and its distributors as breaching competition law on the basis of EC 330/2012 (Soneta)

On November 7, 2012, Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection found the agreement entered into by the creator of software, Soneta with Distributors which contained a resale price maintenance to be limiting competition in the companies' management software industry. The distribution agreement set the selling price of Enova software. Soneta (Seller) is a company specialising in manufacturing software, selling of computers, publishing of computer games, retail sale online and wholesale of computers. The Seller owns website (www.soneta.com.pl and www.enova.pl) where the products and its prices are listed. The software Enova is classified as Enterprise Resource Planning («ERP«) software. There is also an offer for future distributors and terms and conditions of the agreement

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Paulina Igras, The Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection finds the agreements between IT software company and its distributors as breaching competition law on the basis of EC 330/2012 (Soneta), 7 November 2012, e-Competitions Vertical restrictions, Art. N° 49678

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