SaaS Agreements – Freedom of Information Act – Disclosure

Last week the Information Tribunal ordered a Government department to publish specific details of a major IT contract with Atos Origin, following an individual’s request for information under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI). Pursuant to section 43 of the FOI, the Government body had refused to disclose the material requested on the basis that it was a trade secret and that disclosure would damage the commercial interests of the parties.

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SaaS Agreements – Need for an NDA prior to signing a SaaS Agreement

Need for an NDA
If prospects do not sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) or confidentiality agreement prior to a SaaS supplier disclosing it’s business secrets and confidential information, the prospect will have no duty to keep this information confidential. An NDA should therefore include some basic legal clauses to protect your business if you win the sale and more importantly, if you don’t.

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Legal Clauses to Include in a SaaS Sales Proposal

SaaS suppliers often prepare sales proposals in order to win business from prospective clients. A few basic legal clauses should be included in your proposal to protect your business if you win the customer sale, but more importantly, if you don’t.

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