1.5 Use by associated companies and contractors. Subject to the terms and conditions of this agreement, the client`s related parties and contractors may use the licenses granted to the customer, provided that (a) this use benefits only the customer or such affiliate; (b) the client undertakes to remain responsible for the compliance of the terms of this contract by each of these partners and contractors and (c) to identify each of these partners and contractors at the request of the latter. The use of the software by associated companies, contractors and customer-related customers must be made as part of the restrictions in the corresponding order form. “Partner” means any entity under the control of the client in which “control” means ownership or the right to control more than 50% of the voting entity`s securities. “contractor,” any third party that is responsible by the client for providing services on behalf of the client. If you primarily provide software via a browser, but you`re downloaded, you`ll probably need a subscription service contract, because you`re really into the SAAS business. However, if you primarily provide software that is downloaded, but some services are provided (perhaps support, maintenance, training or web services), you will probably need a CLA because you are active with the license of your software. In addition, some models may be more likely to be a true hybrid, with an SAAS agreement for your online subscription service, then an EULA for the software downloaded and used with the subscription service. A well-designed software license or SaaS agreement is structured around the technology, functionality, functionality and business model of the corresponding product and is not based solely on a set of “perfect” terms for each model.
As a software company, this means that if you keep a lawyer to advise you on your contracts, your lawyer must push you to important details about how the technology, functionality, functionality and business model of your product work, among other things! Unless expressly provided, the purchaser may not make the software or documentation available or distribute to third parties by transfer, sublicensing or any other means; (2) copy, adapt, recompil, decompil, decompil or modify all or part of the software or documentation; or (3) to use the software to work in or as a time-sharing, outsourcing or service environment or to allow third parties to access the software. A software license agreement gives the licensee a non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use software. A software license agreement defines how this software can be used and what happens in the event of a breach. Priori`s standard software license agreement can help you understand the important terms to include in your software license agreement and the collaboration of those terms in the document. While this software licensing model is a good representation of a standard software license agreement, you should want a priority lawyer to tailor the document to your unique situation.