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The Ultimate Guide to Software and Source Code Escrow

Written by Marko Petric | Published on June 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you’re a SaaS company and you’ve been in business for a few years now, you may have already come across a prospective business partner who was pretty insistent on the inclusion of a software or source code escrow agreement as part of the license terms. Eager to close the deal you’ve been negotiating laboriously for weeks or months, you now need to figure out how to give your client what they want while finding a way to save resources — whether it’s time or money.

If, on the other hand, you’re a company looking to gain a competitive advantage by using new technology and automating your business processes, you may be outsourcing the development of said technology (i.e., software application) to an emerging software company. And if that company is not quite established or profitable yet, you may now be considering minimizing the risk for your own company with a software escrow agreement.

How Much Does Software Escrow Cost?

Written by Marko Petric | Published on June 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Although software escrows have been used since the 1970s, they are increasingly becoming more common and necessary practice for modern enterprises. As a result, there are a number of software escrow solutions on the market today, and some of them have been around for decades.

However, not all software escrow providers offer the same services, the same level of quality and security, and the same ease of use. And then there’s pricing, of course, which is an important aspect in and of itself.

So whether you’re a licensor or licensee on the hunt for your next software escrow, it’s important that you examine all of these factors to be able to choose a solution that meets your needs while providing top-notch security and flexibility.

Enterprise Risk Management (ERM): What It Is and Why You Should Care

Written by Marko Petric | Published on May 13, 2020 | 0 Comments

Every decision we make involves some sort of risk. People take a risk every time they cross a busy street without waiting for the light to turn green, when they lift a heavy piece of furniture, or when they make an investment decision.