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The TOGAF 8 Corporate (Non-Commercial) License

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About the TOGAF 8 Corporate (Non-Commercial) Licence

The TOGAF 8 Corporate (Non-Commercial) License...:

  • ...is issued free of charge to any organization using TOGAF 8 entirely for non-commercial purposes (for example, to develop an IT architecture for use within that organization).
  • ...is subject to important Licensing Conditions aimed at maintaining the value of TOGAF in the market place.
  • ...is a perpetual license. You do not have to apply to renew the license, and, provided you adhere to the Licensing Conditions, the license will never be revoked.
  • ...covers all full-time employees of the the licensing organization. We require a single point of contact to be designated within the licensing organization.

This is not a Commercial License. If you wish to use TOGAF 8 for commercial purposes (for example, to develop an IT architecture for use within another organization), then your organization must have a current TOGAF 8 Annual Commercial License.

Applying for a TOGAF 8 Corporate (Non-Commercial) Licence

  1. Right-click the following link to download the TOGAF 8 Corporate License, and review the licensing conditions.
  2. Print out the License Agreement, and review the licensing conditions.
  3. Identify an appropriate authority to sign the license on behalf of the organization, and secure his/her signature on the license.
  4. Provide the additional information requested for a primary contact.
  5. Fax the signed license to the number shown at the foot of the license: +44 870-134-8146.
  6. The Open Group Chief Legal Officer will then sign on behalf of The Open Group, and return a copy to you for your records.

Contact us if you have any queries.

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