Software Developer Agreement
Why you need a Software Developer Agreement
When a company engages a Software developer to create something unique and bespoke, it gives rise to many questions about ownership, maintenance, and acceptance. This requires a carefully thought out agreement that agrees various terms and avoids future disputes over ownership.
What is a Software Developer Agreement?
A Software Development Agreement must catch all provisions and scenarios that can arise in a developer/customer relationship in order to avoid any uncertainty.
It is important to clearly state what the developer is creating, and their responsibilities for modification, training and implementation, as well as customer obligations for payment and assistance. It should also hash out the licensing and ownership of intellectual property. These are all elements that Law 365 will help to resolve with our bespoke Software Developer Agreements.
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- Managed Services Provider
- ISV, Software, Apps and IP
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- Hosting Partners
- Licensing Partners
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