SaaS Pilot Agreement (Taylor Vintors).DOCX
England and Wales
Free to use
👩✈️ Pilot Agreement
A Pilot Agreement sets out the terms on which a company agrees to provide a trial of its product or services to a third party.use this template for free
This Founder IP Assignment is intended to be used to assign IP rights created by a founder for the company to the company itself. It will often be required to assign IP created by the founder prior to the founder entering into a formal services agreement with the company, which would otherwise continue to subsist in the founder. This Founder IP Assignment is drafted broadly and is not appropriate for more general IP assignments (see IP Assignment Templates).
Use this agreement to set out the terms under which software may be accessed by a customer during a trial.
Following a trial, use a SaaS (Software as a Service) agreement to provide for the secure delivery of services to the user's terminal on a pay-per-use basis over a network, from processors hosted remotely by the SaaS provider.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or device by websites that you visit. This document contains details of individual cookies, what type of cookie they are, their purpose and duration, which are the key details required to include inside a Cookies Policy. Please note that in addition to providing users with comprehensive information about the cookies, consent will need to be obtained from users to place the cookies (subject to limited exemptions around strictly necessary cookies). Website operators will also need to consider the privacy related implications of the subsequent data processing and account for this in the relevant privacy notice.
This SaaS (Software as a Service) agreement can be used to set out the terms under which SaaS software may be accessed by a customer. It provides for the secure delivery of services to the user's terminal on a pay-per-use basis over a network, from processors hosted remotely by the SaaS provider.
This Employment Contract Questionnaire can be used by a company to tailor standard form employment contracts to their business requirements for each employee. It contains the key terms that should normally be included in an employment contract, such as inclusion of company policies like employee handbook and privacy notices, payment terms, holiday policy, incapacity, termination, gardening leave, grievance and more.
This template should be used where both parties are disclosing confidential information to one another. This is a typical arrangement to enter into at the beginning of a sales process to allow for discussions around business requirements before entering into the main agreement. The mutual nature of the NDA creates a more balanced position than one-way NDAs. It is assumed the confidential information being shared is not personal data (which would require a data sharing agreement).
This template can be used where a controller appoints a processor to perform services that will result in the processor processing personal data. It is important to ensure you have accurately identified the roles of each party in respect of the personal data being processed. The controller is the entity determining the purpose and means of processing personal data and the processor (the “Provider”) is the entity which processes the personal data on behalf of the controller. This template should not be used for controller to controller data sharing arrangements. This template is a controller friendly version.
This template should only be used where one party is disclosing confidential information to the other party. This agreement should not be used if both parties are disclosing confidential information (see mutual NDA). It is assumed the confidential information being shared is not personal data (which would require a data sharing agreement).
This document is taken from the gov.uk website, and comes with the following explanation: This document provides a starting point for mutuals and commissioners working on a spin-out. They have been drafted according to a series of assumptions, to be adapted on a case by case basis by professional advisors.
If the mutual is to carry out the services as a contractor for the Local Authority, the mutual will be funded under a Services Agreement.
The Services Agreement protects the Local Authority as the contracting authority by setting out the terms of the funding and the services to be provided, and providing remedies to the contracting authority if the terms are breached. The Agreement protects the mutual as the contractor by legally binding the contracting authority to pay the fee for the services on time.
This template Services Agreement provides these protections and contains standard terms covering (amongst others): the contract period; the obligations of the parties; monitoring and reporting requirements; intellectual property and publicity; and provisions for termination of the funding arrangement by either party.
This template has been prepared to provide general guidance and information to organisations considering or undertaking mutualisation. It is intended to be a starting point only and should not be considered a finalised legal document or as constituting legal advice. It is the responsibility of your organisation to seek legal advice and to ensure that the document is reviewed and signed off by your legal team.
The template contains a breakdown of drafting assumptions which highlight areas where additional drafting and legal advice may be required. Additional drafting is not limited to these areas and you should seek further legal guidance where you deem necessary.
Whilst we have endeavoured to ensure that the information in the template is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to the templates accuracy, timeliness, completeness or fitness for a particular purpose and we do not accept any liability for errors or omissions. Neither the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, nor Bates Wells Braithwaite shall be liable to you or anyone else for any decisions made or action taken in reliance on this document, or for any damage arising from its use.
This IP assignment is intended to be used where a company (the assignor) wishes to assign intellectual property rights in works it has created to the assignee. Amendments would be required if the Assignor is an individual. See also separate IP Assignment (Founders) template for initial founder IP assignments. This assignment can be in reference to a previous agreement, for example a consultancy or contractor agreement, whereby you subsequently want to assign the IP of the work. This document is executed as a deed to ensure it is legally binding.