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Commercial approach to software agreements - essentials


Education Center: CIPS
Date: 18 March 2020
City: London

Duration: 1 day

This course will provide an overview of the most critical elements of most software contracts, with a pragmatic overview of what's most and least important.  Delegates are not required to have any prior knowledge or experience of software contracting.  Anyone with limited or moderate experience in the software procurement domain will benefit from attending.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Understand the basic technical terms used to describe different types of software, and how they are commercially significant
- Recognise and interpret normal provisions of most software contracts
- Identify and avoid the most common pitfalls in negotiating software contracts
- Understand which points are most important, and which are easier to give away in negotiation
- Understand the basics of software maintenance agreements.



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