Gartner Content Compliance Policy f/k/a Copyright and Quote Policy
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Last Updated: April 20, 2021 (View Revision History)
Gartner, Inc. is the definitive source of objective and independent technology thought leadership. To protect our reputation for objectivity and independence, we have strict standards for appropriate use of our intellectual property.
Gartner’s intellectual property (“IP”) is subject to trademark and copyright protections, regardless of where and how it is referenced. This policy (the “Policy”) defines how you may use our IP. The Policy also applies to any third party that writes and/or promotes content on your behalf, including your partner organizations. All decisions are at the sole discretion of Gartner Quote Requests, or its delegates, and are final. For the purposes of the Policy, Gartner IP includes, but is not limited to, Gartner’s name, logo, graphics, badges, images, trademarks, copyrights, and references to Gartner published research material and experts (including, analysts, advisors, and researchers).
How to submit a quote or usage request:
Be prepared to submit the following:
- The original Gartner published research source (include a link to the document or a PDF) or link to the original Gartner Peer Insights, Capterra, Software Advice, or GetApp link from which the quote is taken;
- Your draft materials (include a mock-up for webpages, booth designs and marketing slicks — no screenshots please) in which the Gartner reference(s) will appear; and,
- If your content comes from pivot tables or charts, include screenshot(s) of referenced or manipulated pivot tables or charts.
Turnaround time: Please allow up to two (2) business days for review. Note: Requests that require multiple rounds of review or expert involvement may take longer.