Technology has come a long way since the song of the dial-up modem and weight of the bag phone. Have you seen the iPhone X?! While many are excited for innovations in things like mobile devices and self-driving cars, they still seem tied to virtual ink and paper. Why is that?
You’ve identified a customer’s needs and address them with your solution. You sent all your best marketing materials, given your best spiel, and emailed your contact the contract. The sale should close soon. Just a short wait now. So you wait… and you wait… and you follow up only to be told to wait some more. It’s a situation you probably encounter before. Your sales are caught in limbo. How can you prevent this from happening and start closing deals faster?
SaaS companies rely on contracts for recurring revenue. They’re one of the first and most important interactions you’ll have with a customer. They're also a great opportunity to show what they can expect from you in the future. Make it count.
How many times have you clicked, “I’ve read and agree to the terms and conditions,” without actually reading them? If you’re like most people it’s probably easier to ask if you’ve ever read them. Free wi-fi at the airport? Sure, “I agree.” Now let me check Snapchat without using my precious data.
I was selected by PactSafe to be part of the ultimate tech internship experience through Techpoint’s Xtern program this summer. I learned how to work on an agile team, build my own SDK for our API and more!
This blog has been more difficult to write than any paper I’ve been assigned at Rose-Hulman. In part, because I’m trying to sum up a few months of experiences in just a few paragraphs - but also because this post marks the end of my internship here at PactSafe. I hope this blog post does my time at this wonderful company justice. Well, here it goes…
Risk versus efficiency.
It's the tension mounted between the legal team and the rest of the organization since the beginning of time -- and it'll exist long into the future. Or perhaps, it won't.
The majority of Software as a Service (SaaS) apps rely on personalized consumer accounts individuals create when first accessing the platform. Essentially, this exchange allows the business operating the SaaS application to generate a license for the user, which in turn grants them access to the app. Because of the nature of this process, it’s imperative that proper legal steps are taken to ensure that the exchange is secure for both the company and consumer. One of the best ways to successfully do this is to implement the clickwrap method.