What is the difference between a software as a service agreement and a software development agreement?
By Edith Moss Lawyer
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A software as a service agreement is an agreement between a user of a service and a provider of a software as a service. A software development agreement sets out the terms of an agreement to develop a piece of software for a client.
If you’re not sure what agreement fits your situation, speak with a contract lawyer.
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