Hiring an experienced attorney to draft a SaaS Agreement (software as a service) for the corporate market can be prohibitively expensive. Digital Contracts’ founder and leading Internet attorney Chip Cooper has automated the process with his online drafting service at DigiContracts.com. With the recent addition of new drafting options for DigiContracts.com’s intelligent drafting wizard, corporate SaaS Agreements may include comprehensive provisions for HIPAA and GLB (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) compliance.
“The corporate market has specific requirements for SaaS Agreements”, says Chip Cooper. In most cases, the typical online, click-wrapped agreement does not offer the comprehensive requirements for data privacy and security the that corporate market expects and requires.”
Cooper often works with relatively small SaaS service providers that want to successfully penetrate the corporate market. “All too often, they believe that a typical online, click-wrapped agreement will be sufficient. However, that’s not always the case – depending on the circumstances, many corporate users require a traditional, written contract that is available for negotiation”, adds Cooper. “I’ve negotiated a lot of corporate SaaS deals for our law firm’s clients, and most corporate users have very specific and comprehensive data privacy and security requirements.”
Cooper has published an article explaining the different approaches to SaaS Agreements for end-users. Read the article at Your SaaS Agreement - Which End-User Agreement Approach is Right For You?.
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Digital Contracts (digicontracts.com) is a leading online contract drafting service for Internet, software, and information technology entrepreneurs. Digital Contracts offers a completely automated online service that helps software vendors, software and website developers, and webmasters determine which legal documents they need, and then guides them with an intelligent wizard though the process of drafting their legal documents.