When selling your Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products, your enterprise customers may want to negotiate, redline, and push back on your contract. Some of their asks are reasonable, but there should be some clear non-negotiables. This isn’t about the business terms, how many seats you’re selling, or your price – but rather provisions that protect your company, and save you from liability. This post will give you an overview of 8 non-negotiables of your SaaS agreement.
A common use-case for Software businesses today is utilization of a value-added reseller (VAR). This type of arrangement is when a VAR bundles your software in or with other products or components and resells the resulting, integrated product to end-users under their brand name. A VAR doesn’t use your standard sales agreement, though. You should have a very specific Value-Added Reseller agreement with the appropriate provisions to protect your business, your product, and liability. This post will give you a high level overview of the anatomy of a Software Value-Added-Reseller Agreement.
Entire businesses are now built off of API integrations. There are some specific nuances that should be contractually identified – this post will give you a high level overview of an API License Agreement.
If you’re running a Software as a Service (SaaS) business, your customers will expect a Service Level Agreement (SLA) from you. This post will give you a high level overview of SaaS Service Level Agreements, and what should be included in them.
If you’re planning on launching a Software as a Service (SaaS) company – chances are you’ve already looked into how to incorporate in Delaware with a San Francisco/New York City address. You can use services like LegalZoom for this – …