Legal Documents

What is a Software Development Agreement?

A Software Development Agreement sets out how a business wants their software to be developed.

A Software Development Agreement specifies the requirements of the software, the payment arrangements, and the rights and obligations of both the customer and the developer.

A Software Development Agreement is also useful for establishing intellectual property ownership in the software and materials provided to the customer by the developer.

Key points included

  • Requirements of the software;
  • Estimated timeline and deliverables; and
  • Payment to the developer.

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