Susan Larsen is a software licensing attorney with a Masters in Technology and has taught Software Licensing for the Colorado Bar Association. Susan has many years of software licensing experience, including OEM, VAR, and others; by term, seat, or subscription; for a wide variety of sales channels.
Whether you are creating a software licensing agreement for the first time, or have a previous agreement that may need updating, a knowledgeable and experienced software lawyer can assist you with that process. Susan Larsen, an experienced software licensing attorney, has many years of software licensing experience and has taught Software Licensing for the Colorado Bar Association.
Software licensing may be a demo, an eval, ‘educational use only’,
The software license could be issued by length of time, number of seats, floating users, or enterprise-wide. Some licenses are still perpetual, and while subscription has grown exponentially, term licenses still seem to be favored by many.
Many items need to be considered prior to issuing any software license. Susan Larsen, a software licensing attorney, can assist you with establishing processes and procedures necessary to monitor your release, planning for future version releases and expansions, as well as provide for any future modules or market releases that may be developed. Sales channels should be discussed and evaluated, from both a profitability and a control standpoint, before being utilized. For example, some companies benefit from establishing Value Added Reseller (VAR) arrangements, some do not. Some products lend themselves to click-wrap, but many do not. Or, perhaps an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) arrangement may be available for your product. In every instance, no matter which channels are chosen, product availability, error correction plans, and cash flow items must first be taken into consideration prior to release.
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