Wouldn’t it be easier to consolidate all your Escrow commitments under one agreement?

As a software developer you may be asked by your customers to set up a Software Escrow agreement for some or all of your products.

Instead of having to negotiate a separate Escrow agreement for each client and/or product, wouldn’t you prefer to centralise all your Escrow commitments under one agreement?

SES are the only Software Escrow provider to offer Master Multi Licensee agreements – a template agreement between SES and Software Owners that can be used to protect any Software Product or Software Client – allowing you to consolidate your agreements, control the terms of your potential release and reduce costs for both you and your customers.

By having an agreement in place with SES, you are demonstrating that you have considered business continuity requirements of your customers and can enter licence negotiations confident of a preferred supplier with the highest levels of accreditation in the market for your IP.

If you’re interested in finding out more about our Master Multi Licence agreements and how they could benefit your business, please use the form below to get in touch and one of our specialists will get back to you within one business day.

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