Negotiate Fair 'Right to Audit' Clauses in Software Contracts

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A right to audit clauses entitles a software vendor to verify that the purchasing organization is using the software within the bounds of the agreement and not exceeding the authorized number of licenses. Such clauses are standard in most software license agreements. Make sure the vendor's right to audit does not impose an unfair burden.

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Use these tips to help you negotiate effective and fair right to audit clauses with your software vendor.

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Search Code: 3061
Published: August 21, 2007
Last Revised: August 21, 2007

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