DPA’s are very commonly used for doing business between tech startups and enterprise customers. Here’s an outline for you of what a DPA is and when you’ll need to use them so you can get off on the right foot with your customers.
Termination for convenience is not a great clause to have in a SaaS contract. It can mean that you annual customers can churn at anytime. Here’s our guide to negotiating these out of your SaaS contracts.
Carve-out’s can be very powerful tools to use during your SaaS contract negotiations. They will help you get to the point of signing a contract faster. Here is a summary of what they are and when to use them.
As you start to expand globally you’ll run up against the rules and regulations of different countries when you’re doing business. The requirement for a wet signature is one of them. So, what is a wet signature and why do I need to use one?
As you grow it’s easy to get caught in the common contract management mistakes that SaaS startups make. They will cause growing pains as you get larger so here are some tips on what they are and how to avoid them.
Working with an external legal team has its challenges for SaaS companies but the benefits can be great. Here are our tips on how to work effectively with an external legal team to scale up your legal and deal desk function.
SaaS companies are driven off their cashflow, get it right and you’ll be able to reinvest for growth, get it wrong and you’ll stall. So how many days should an B2B enterprise customer have to pay? Let’s look at some standards.