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Duty to inform according to Art. 5 Par. 1 E-Commerce Act (Austria) and disclosure requirements according to Art. 25 Media Act (Austria)

Fabasoft International Services GmbH
Honauerstrasse 4
4020 Linz
Austria
Phone: +43 732 606162-0
Fax: +43 732 606162-609

Further information:
office@fabasoft.com

Commercial register number/court:
FN 271303a, Landesgericht Linz

Supervisory authority:
Bezirkshauptmannschaft Linz (Stadt)

Professional association and trade/professional regulations:
Wirtschaftskammer Oberösterreich, Fachgruppe Unternehmensberatung, Buchhaltung und Informationstechnik
1994 Industrial Code (Austria) and further regulations available on www.ris.bka.gv.at

UID number:
ATU62253206

Business purpose:

  1. Provision of services relating to information, consulting and support in the area of automated data processing and information technology in Austria and abroad;
  2. Provision of services in the area of automated data processing and information technology in Austria and abroad;
  3. Operation of a commercial enterprise, sale of software products in Austria and abroad; 
  4. Exercise of the non-regulated trade “Buch-, Kunst-, Musikverlag” (book, art and music publishing), operation of publishing activities in Austria and abroad

Managing Directors:
Helmut Fallmann
Leopold Bauernfeind

Ownership:
Fabasoft AG maintains sole ownership of Fabasoft International Services GmbH. 

Principle direction:
Presenting Fabasoft, its products and services as well as representing opinions on topics relating directly to Fabasoft’s business activities.

Online dispute resolution:
The European Commission is providing a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR) which is available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/. Consumers (according to Art. 1 KSchG) can use this platform to resolve disputes with traders. You can also contact Fabasoft at any time in advance via the email address office@fabasoft.com.

Fabasoft is neither obliged to invoke nor has committed itself to invoking an alternative dispute resolution within the meaning of the Austrian Federal Law “Alternative-Streitbeilegungs-Gesetz” (AStG).