Everyone’s Software is Unique and Your EULA Should be Too!
Although not needed for all businesses, an End User License Agreement (EULA) is a critical document for businesses that sell software that can help you limit your liability.
An EULA is an agreement between a software vendor and a user of that software that spells out the rules of using that software. An EULA can help you limit the use of the software (e.g. personal or business use only), prevent users from attempting to reverse engineer your software, spell out what warranty you offer on the software, and helpy you limit your liability.
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Protect Yourself with an End User License Agreement
An End User License Agreement is essential if you:
Want to limit the use of the software you sell
Provide a warranty on software (or no warranty)
Want to keep control of your software & code
Want to limit your liability
Complete Setup in 3 Simple Steps
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1. Buy a License
Buy one license, which includes a set of policies to protect one website.
2. Answer Questions
Answer some questions about your business and website.
3. Copy & Paste
Copy and paste the embed code into the body of the policy page.
Your strategic advantage to helping keep your website compliant
With Termageddon, you can not only generate an EULA to help keep control over the software that you sell, but you can do so in less than 10 minutes! This simple document can also help you limit the liability of your business and limit damages in any disputes.
Everything is included!
- Warranty clause;
- Licensing rights clause;
- Limitation of liability clause;
- Dispute resolution and venue clause;
- Reproduction and copies of software clause;
- Updates and software maintenance clause;
- Free trial clause;
- Assignment clause.
If you change the rules that users must follow when they purchase your software, you can easily update your EULA through your Termageddon account. The moment you make changes, your EULA will be updated on your website, just like with all other Termageddon policies!
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Agreement between a software vendor and a user of that software.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an EULA?
An End User License Agreement (EULA) is an agreement between a software vendor and a user of that software that spells out the rules of using the software.
Why do businesses that sell software need an EULA?
An EULA can help you limit your liability, protect your intellectual property, maintain control over your software by restricting certain uses and activities, and help you protect your business.
What is an EULA generator?
An EULA generator is a software that asks you questions about the software that you sell and then creates a customized EULA based on your needs and answers.
EULA generators vs. EULA templates
With thousands of EULA templates available online, it may be tempting to grab a free template, put it on a website and call it a day. Unfortunately, this may not be the best choice for your business as an EULA template is a static document that is not customized to what your business needs and does not take into account your specific processes. EULA templates may also be written incorrectly and may not be compliant with current contract laws.
EULA generators vs. attorneys
If you can afford an attorney to draft your EULA and monitor contract laws for you, that is the best route to go for your business.
With that said, most small business owners can’t afford to pay thousands in legal fees just for a website policy, let alone pay ongoing for monitoring. That is where EULA generators come into play. EULA generators are a cost effective alternative to an attorney. The benefit is significant cost savings (and usually a much faster policy generation process), but the downside is that EULA generators do not provide legal advice.
If you decide to use an EULA generator for your website, you should consider looking at who is behind the company to verify their credentials. And you should also make sure to work with a generator that is attorney friendly, so that your attorney can customize your policies however they wish, usually keeping costs significantly down when compared to writing the policy from scratch.
What are the consequences for not having an EULA?
The lack of an EULA can mean that users of that software may reverse engineer the software, share an unlimited number of copies of the software, or otherwise cut you out of the profits of all of your hard work. Having an EULA can help you keep control of your software, as well as the profits of sales of such software.
Is Termageddon a legal services provider?
Although Termageddon was founded and is run by a licensed attorney, it is important to understand that Termageddon is not a legal services provider. This is what allows us to offer our tool at an affordable and accessible price to small businesses!
If you are looking for legal services, feel free to reach out to us. We would be happy to connect you with a Termageddon law firm partner or another attorney.
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