Your software contract is more than a simple purchasing agreement

Software vendors leverage your license agreement during compliance audits. Ensure you negotiate contract terms protect your business needs today and in the future. 

Get the most from your software contract negotiation with our innovative, proven approaches

Negotiate Contracts

We help customers with consolidation, new purchases, migration, retiring unused products, and other contract changes. 

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Legal Review

Our legal experts review every contract change, as software vendors often use this time as an opportunity to reverse what customers have previously negotiated or integrate new terms. 

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Pricing Advise

Our pricing database leverages thousands of data points on the best prices and applicable discounts for past and future purchases. 

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Compliance & Optimization Review

A COR determines your Effective License Position (ELP) to establish what is needed or not needed within your contract based on your usage, as well as optimization opportunities to reduce license need.  

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Monitor Compliance

We monitory your license usage 24/7/365 to ensure you are compliant and remain in compliance in accordance to your contract terms.

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Lifecycle Management

We manage your software license usage with your contract terms to ensure compliance but also strategize for upcoming renewals as well as software licensing changes, as we’ve seen with Oracle Java.

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New Oracle Terms and Conditions—Buyer Beware

Over the years, Oracle has used contract renewals as an opportunity to change the original contract terms and conditions. It can be easily argued that many times, it is not in the customer’s best interest to let the original contract terms change. For example, many customers who originally had the right to run Oracle for up to 10 days on another server anywhere in the world lost that right when they accepted new contract terms.

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