Below is an example of a clause in an AESE that covers the granting of a license. Note how clearly it is stated that the license “revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable, limited…” These restrictions let a user know that they can use the software or application, but that they cannot necessarily use it in the way they want. A well-developed software license or SaaS agreement is structured around the technology, functionality, functionality and business model of each product and is not based solely on a series of “perfect” conditions from a model. As a software company, this means that if you ask a lawyer to advise you on your contracts, your lawyer should definitely push you to provide important details about how your product`s technology, functions, functionality, functionality, and business model works, among other things! An effective and thorough EULA ensures that anyone who uses your desktop or mobile app is aware that the user`s rights go that far and that you still retain control of the software and who uses it. If you primarily provide software through a browser, but some software is downloaded, you`ll probably need a subscription agreement because you really work in the saaS industry. However, if you primarily provide downloaded software, but certain services are provided (z.B. Support, maintenance, training or web), you will probably need an EULA since you are licensing your software….