It’s common for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies to have their legal team draft a Sales agreement when they first get started, and use that same agreement in perpetuity. That’s not the best idea, however. Here are 6 reasons why you should regularly update your SaaS Sales Contracts.
When negotiating a deal to sell your Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) product to an Enterprise company, you must keep some key considerations in mind. Let’s be honest here – the Enterprise will likely push their weight against your smaller company in negotiating terms – but if you go in prepared with what to expect, you’ll have a better chance to close the deal in a quicker timeline. This post will outline 6 key considerations when negotiating an Enterprise SaaS deal.
If you’re running a software business, you need some policies and agreements in place to make sure you are protected. But what exactly do you need to sell your product? Is it a Terms of Service, SaaS Agreement, or a End User License Agreement? This post will give you a high level overview of the difference between these three specific documents.