Beltug develops model contract clauses for negotiating software licences
What you do not see, you do not get’: this definitely holds true for your software licences and contracts!
Unclear, one-sided licence models make managing software assets an unpleasant challenge for companies. At the same time, software publishers do not provide much guidance to help customers comply with terms and agreements. Software deployment and auditing functions are made unnecessarily difficult and complex.
25 / 02 / 20
To support our members, Beltug, in co-operation with Piet Herman Consultancy, has developed concrete model contract clauses, based on the principles in our Proposal for a Software Publishers’ Code of Conduct (CoC), which have now been updated.
Real, best practices for software management
The CoC defines a set of acceptable practices for software publishers’ software licensing. But how do these translate into actual contracts and agreements, that are fair to both parties?