Partnering - Sell-through Partner Services Bundle

Partnering - Sell-through Partner Services Bundle

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Promotion price $849, normally $1,750


  • Services Partnering Agreement 

Also includes (free of charge):

  • Customer Agreement
  • plus Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

Description of Products follows:
1.   Services Partnering Agreement   

This Services Partnering Agreement is for use when a partner (IP-Owning Partner) creates a service that can be sold and supplied by another partner (Selling Partner). It will be a service that can be replicated and supplied by partners other than the IP-Owning Partner. The Selling Partner can provide the Service without having to create the methodology and materials itself and without having to keep the service up to date. This agreement is not for on-selling of SaaS products (for which there is a separate ITagree SaaS Partnering Agreement).

The Services Partnering Agreement sets out the basis of the partnering and the requirements for the Selling Partner to enter into a particular form of Customer Agreement with the client. The form of Customer Agreement is a separate ITagree product. The Selling Partner invoices the Client and pays the IP-Owning Partner an agreed amount. The IP-Owning Partner does not have a direct contract with the Client.

The Services Partnering Agreement is useful where a partner wishes to sell and provide a Service that has been created by another partner (not SaaS).


 2.  Customer Agreement

 This Customer Agreement is used by a supplier to provide a partner’s service to a customer. It is intended for something that is provided as a service which requires meetings and an off-line interaction between the supplier and its customers. Aspects of the service may be provided using a website. This Customer Agreement is not for a service that’s fully automated off a site so, for example, there are no uptime levels. It is not for supply of SaaS, IaaS or PaaS.

This Customer Agreement is for use in conjunction with the Services Partnering Agreement.

In the Customer Agreement, the Service, permitted users, service fee and payment frequency are to be described and specified. The Supplier (Partner A) represents that it is an authorized provider of Partner B’s service and there are various provisions relating to this. The Customer Agreement only addresses the provision by the Supplier (Partner A) of Partner B’s service. If the Supplier is to provide any other services, they would be provided under a separate agreement with the Customer. The term of the agreement can either be fixed or ongoing unless terminated.

3.  Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement

Also known as a Confidentiality Agreement, an NDA is necessary when any business idea or concept or other confidential information is disclosed, or any intellectual property disclosure is made, to another party.  The agreement restricts the recipient's use of the confidential information. The more detailed the description of the confidential information, the better it will be protected.

The NDA – Mutual version is used when both parties are disclosing confidential information to each other. 



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