Professional Services Agreement
Why you need a Professional Services Agreement
Customers seek professional services to provide them with unique, speedy, highly specialised and skilled work. If you provide a professional service to your clients, you want a framework agreement that can work to your pace and level.
What is a Professional Services Agreement?
The Professional Services Agreement will work alongside a Statement of Work to tell the story of your project. In it, both parties will be able to answer questions on responsibilities, delays, ownership, payment and disputes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What do you need to know about a Professional Services Agreement?
A: The top three things you want to find out when you approach a Professional Services Agreement is the Scope of work, Payment terms and Liabilities.
Q: What is a professional service?
A: Most commonly a professional service could be described as a job performed by a skilled contractor, someone with specific training or experience. A lawyer is a professional service provider for example. In the IT world, professional services are required for technical jobs like software/hardware implementation, website development, training, introducing and consultation.
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