Larsen Law Offices, LLC has years of experience with many types of developer agreements: software developer, website developer, product development, joint development, and many others. Whatever type of development agreement you may need, please contact Susan Larsen to discuss possible options and questions to ask before selecting a vendor.
Developer agreements can come in different forms and can cover different types of technology development.
One of the more common types of developer agreement is a website developer agreement. Based on past client requests, from both sides of a website build, Susan Larsen, in Colorado, Denver, drafts this particular type of agreement to be mutually beneficial and mutually protective, enabling both parties to receive the benefit of the bargain at pre-established points. By drafting in this way, Susan has eliminated “all or nothing” complaints when problems arise, drawing into focus the current dispute, only, to allow for more productive examination of solutions acceptable to both parties. By structuring the entire transaction this way, from the ground up, disagreements are more contained and potential solutions remain fluid through resolution.
Another type of developer agreement is one for specific software code. Often times, companies will purchase a new software program specifically tailored to meet their needs in one area or department, only to later find that new software is incompatible with software being used in another area or department, quickly grinding both to a halt. As one example of how this may function, Susan drafted the agreement for “bridge” software to be created, allowing the two separate systems to be able to share information, and the business to resume operations. Another example may be to revise the original purchasing documentation to allow for additional software or modules to be provided by one of the manufacturers of the conflicting software, to include the additional costs, timeframes, and specifics missed in the original request for proposal. There are a host of alternate considerations to be taken into account prior to making any selection as to solutions, including market value, if any, of the bridge or module, subsequent ownership rights thereto, among other items not detailed here.
And, of course, there are software development agreements for those with a software idea, but who don’t happen to know how to code. Or, you may need a joint development agreement between your company and another, to bring your final product to fruition.
Whatever type of development agreement you may need, please contact Susan Larsen to discuss possible options and questions to ask before selecting a vendor.