Export Compliance

AspenTech and its customers must comply with US law when selling, exporting or reexporting AspenTech software and technical information.


Our uncompromising commitment to integrity extends to promoting strict compliance on an ongoing basis with all practices and procedures established by AspenTech to ensure compliance with applicable export requirements. In accordance with those requirements, AspenTech does not export any item to any country or region that is subject to a U.S. embargo, or to any prohibited end user or for any prohibited purpose. We will not undertake any activities that are in violation of the U.S. policies which seek to control nuclear proliferation, missile technology and chemical and biological weapons. We also will not participate in or cooperate with any international boycott not sanctioned by the U.S.

AspenTech software is subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) administered by the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). We classify our currently supported software products as EAR99 to indicate that they are not within any of the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) definitions administered by BIS. EAR99 items generally do not require an export license unless the intended end destination is under embargo or the intended end user and/or end use is under sanction.

Customers who have any questions regarding classification of a particular AspenTech software product are invited to speak to their AspenTech Sales Account Manager or send an email to info@aspentech.com.

Thank you for joining us in supporting AspenTech’s commitment to export compliance and to the highest standards of integrity in general in pursuit of our mission to make the world’s best companies even better.