A White Label App is a general application software produced by a company to resell it to a customer. A White Label customer will have been given the right to use the White Label Mobile Application software to adjust and market it in their own way. Essentially, they are ready-made templates that enable companies to avoid the cost and risk of developing their own software. While they do offer these efficient advantages, the business relationship between the software creator and the White Label client nonetheless requires a written and binding agreement to ensure your business remains protected and secure.
White Label Mobile Application Agreements are typically drafted from a developer’s viewpoint, outlining the scope and structure of the agreement which entitles the customer to distribute its mobile application using the developer’s software. The agreement should detail intellectual property rights, limitations on use and both parties obligations, alongside several other important terms. A White Label Mobile Application Agreement is necessary to ensure transparency and security for the process of forming this new business relationship.
A White Label Mobile Application Agreement Will Include:
Licenses and Restrictions
Changes to the service
Third Party providers
Suppliers / Customer Obligations
Acceptable Use Policy
Service level agreement
Integrated service elements
Limitation of Liability
Term and termination
Rights and Variations
Other Important terms
Adam Bernard Solicitors is experienced in all things business, so our While Label Mobile Application Agreements are not only compliant with the law but retain a commercial aspect based on your business, its industry and sector as well as current and future business goals. We pride ourselves on remaining innovative and continuously drafting new agreements for businesses within the tech industry and the platforms that they use and ensuring that both business’s involved are aware of their intellectual property rights. We are able to draft this to be pro-supplier, pro-customer or somewhere in the middle depending on the supplier/customer relationship at hand.
We can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.
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