Date: Apr 24, 1997
More and more businesses find it necessary to purchase
specialized software programs that are not generally available at
the local computer store. Often, these programs require a
significant investment in money and training. It is especially
important to understand who owns the source code, and whether
there are any restrictions, limits or future payments on use.
Accordingly, before signing any agreement to purchase or develop
such software, check to see if the agreement contains the
Ownership and use
Access to Source Code
Acceptance, Testing and Delivery
Maintenance and Support
Even form contracts provided by a software developer should be
subject to negotiation, so bear these issues in mind at the
outset to be sure that you maximize the value of our investment.
For more information, please contact Sheila A. Millar at
202-434-4143 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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