CompTIA issues free legal resources
IT industry body CompTIA is offering a proforma managed service provider (MSP) agreement for Australian premium members as part of a rollout of free legal resources.
The MSP agreement covers everything businesses will need when entering into an MSP contract.
“The legal resources being created specifically for the Australian market will, once complete, offer a set of legal resources tailored for the unique needs of IT companies in the region,” said Nick Beaugeard, CEO and founder of HubOne and CompTIA ANZ Community Chair.
“We are offering members a comprehensive yet easy-to-use library to help them work through the legal issues which arise in day-to-day business operations.”
Karen Drewitt, general manager of The Missing Link, added that the “resources are designed for new and established solution providers and will provide the basic forms they will need to sell software and services, conduct negotiations and contract their services”.
CompTIA has an in-house legal team and engages outside legal experts to develop its legal resources. The goal is to provide information on legal matters covering virtually all aspects of the life cycle of a business.
More information on the Australian MSP agreement is available on the CompTIA website.
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