THE TOOLS TO DO TECHNOLOGY CONTRACTS BETTER, FASTER,
AND WITH
MORE CONFIDENCE

THE PROBLEM

Writing and negotiating software and cloud computing contracts can be slow, risky, and intimidating, and few professionals receive effective formal training. The result? A learn-as-you-go approach that leads to delayed contracts and puts your company at risk – and leaves contract drafters uncomfortable with their own skills. Tech Contracts Academy™ was created to bring confidence and expertise to your deals and to you.

OUR SOLUTION

Founded by one of the industry’s leading authorities on software licensing and cloud computing agreements, Tech Contracts Academy™ offers training, tools, and expertise to help you do tech contracts better, faster, and with more confidence. We bring clarity to a complex subject – clarity that will help you understand what’s at stake in tech contract negotiations, giving you:

  • An accelerated process and results
  • Better contracts with less risk
  • The confidence that only comes from knowledge

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