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SaaS Agreement (Hybrid)

Find Flexibility in Licensing with a Versatile SaaS Agreement (Hybrid)

Customer Agreements

The SaaS Agreement (Hybrid) provided by FTC Guardian bridges the gap between the Website Click-Wrapped Account/Membership/Subscription/Basic SaaS Agreement and the more comprehensive Website SaaS Agreement (Executed). This versatile contract offers both a click-wrapped format for seamless online acceptance and a traditional pen-to-paper format for customers who prefer a review and negotiation process.

The primary purpose of this "hybrid" agreement is to provide options that cater to different customer preferences. You can choose to use the click-wrapped version on your website for swift acceptance or offer a traditional executed by pen-to-paper version for customers who desire deeper engagement. It's important to note that regardless of the chosen format, the terms and conditions remain consistent.

At FTC Guardian, they understand that striking a balance between convenience and flexibility is essential in licensing SaaS services. Their SaaS Agreement (Hybrid) covers important aspects such as subscription license fees, payment options, and intellectual property rights. From a software architecture perspective, the term "SaaS" typically refers to multiple users accessing a single software application instance over the internet using a browser.

Please note that this agreement is designed to cater to a wide range of transactions but is particularly suitable for relatively high-price point transactions when licensing into corporate environments. If you require more streamlined agreements for lower price point transactions or specialized agreements for enterprise-level projects, we offer separate agreements tailored to those needs.

Choose our SaaS Agreement (Hybrid) to find flexibility in your licensing process, establish clear terms with customers, and ensure the smooth operation of your SaaS services.

This agreement is referred to as a "hybrid" because it provides the option to create it either in a "click-wrapped" format or in a traditional executed format using pen and paper. The primary purpose is to utilize the "click-wrapped" version on the website for customers who prefer a quick acceptance process, while also allowing those who want to review and negotiate an agreement before acceptance to do so with the traditional format. It's important to note that the terms and conditions remain consistent across both formats.

From a software architecture perspective, SaaS typically involves multiple users/tenants accessing a single software application instance over the Internet using a browser. This understanding of SaaS aligns with how this agreement addresses the licensing of software-generated services accessed by end users/customers through the vendor's web server.

Parties involved in this agreement are referred to as the Website Operator (the party with proprietary software delivering SaaS services) and the Customer (the end-user).

Join countless satisfied Licensors who have benefited from FTC Guardian's comprehensive approach to licensing agreements.

First Published on Apr 12th, 2018

Last Updated on November 21st, 2023

Customer Agreement Documents are only available to FTC Guardian Pro and Enterprise members.

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