A software distribution agreement is used when a software developer wants to distribute their software to end-users through a third-party distributor. This type of agreement outlines the terms and conditions of the distribution relationship, including the scope of the software being distributed, the payment terms, and the responsibilities of each party involved.
The agreement may also include provisions related to intellectual property ownership, warranties, liability, and dispute resolution. It is typically used when the software developer wants to reach a broader market or does not have the resources to distribute the software on their own.
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