Terms and Conditions


By accessing, viewing or using this website, you agree to the Terms and Conditions set out here.

Your use of this website and its downloadable materials, and the operation of the Terms and Conditions is subject to the laws of England and Wales.

We will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that information contained on this website is complete and correct at the time of inclusion/upload, however we make no guarantee or assurances. This also applies to any hypertext links to any other websites or materials, used directly or indirectly by this website, but not operated by Softwerx. If you choose to access these materials or websites, you do so at your own risk.

Registered office

Softwerx Ltd registered office is:-

26 Brook Rd, Rayleigh Essex UK SS6 7XJ

Softwerx is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clearsprings Management Ltd.

Registered in England No. 03842427


Softwerx Ltd accepts no liability for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from using or accessing this site, except where liability cannot be lawfully excluded.


The information, images and any downloadable materials contained on this website are copyright Softwerx Ltd, its clients and/or partners. No part may be reproduced without permission. This includes the source HTML or any other code. Extracts of content may be reproduced for personal, non-commercial reference only. If in doubt, please get in touch.

Any trademark or logo used on this site remains the property of its owners.

Privacy and Cookie Policy

Collecting information

Softwerx only collects personal information from you when you voluntarily submit it to us. This may be when you contact us via web form, survey, email or phone. 'Personal information' may include your full name, job title, company name, business address, contact number or email address and any other information relating to your professional/work status.

We may also collect information about your computer or internet access device, including your IP address, operating system browser type. This is statistical information about our site visitors and does not identify any individual.


To help us improve our site and deliver a more personalised service, we may use cookies. Softwerx may set and access cookies on your computer. These cookies provide information about your general internet usage, your login details or email address (if you are using login services on this site), to measure traffic or customise your visit to this site. Cookies cannot read any information on your computer that they have not been set for. Your web browser may let you disable cookies, thought this may limit this site's optimal functionality for your visit.

Using your information We will use the personal information you provide to respond to the primary reason you gave them to us. We may also use your details to provide you with further information about our range or products or services we think may benefit or interest you. We may also use this information for marketing to you. You may withdraw permission for us to do this by contacting us directly or via unsubscribe@softwerx.com.

Sharing information

We may share your details with third parties or our partners if it is necessary to manage your primary reason for contacting us. We may share also information about our customers for statistical analysis or marketing purposes. Where this occurs, all personal identifiers are removed.

Protecting information

We take cyber security seriously. It is one of our core business services. We take all reasonable steps to protect your data from unauthorised external access or disclosure. This includes only allowing staff members who reasonably require access to your details to provide you with our products or services to have access to it.

These Terms and Conditions may be changed without notice. We'll update them on this page if/when they are.

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