A software license is a legal document allowing consumers to use software. Without the license agreement, using software would constitute a breach of copyright law. For the end user a software licence sets out how they can use the software. All software must be legally licensed before it can be installed. The particular license agreements in regards to the use of Hardcat software are explained below.
What is a software maintenance agreement?
A software maintenance agreement (SMA) is between you and Hardcat to provide ongoing support to your Hardcat licensed software. Put simply, an SMA provides you with software version upgrades and enhancements. Plus, access to experts who can help you with Hardcat software issues.
Hardcat Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA)
The Hardcat software maintenance agreement document sets out our software maintenance terms. Hardcat software maintenance activities include adaptive, perfective, corrective and preventative. Increasing software maintainability and reliability.
What is an end user licence agreement?
An end-user license agreement (EULA) is a license that gives a user the right to use Hardcat software in some manner. A user must agree to an EULA before installing the Hardcat software. End-user license agreements are designed to enforce specific software use limitations. By entering into this agreement, the user is given permission to use Hardcat software.
Hardcat End User Licence Agreement (EULA)
The Hardcat end-user license agreement document is a legal contract entered into between Hardcat and the user of the Hardcat software. This EULA specifies in detail the rights and restrictions which apply to the use of the Hardcat software.
Hardcat plans well into the future with respect to supplying our client base with what they need. We have many clients who have been using Hardcat to control their asset base for over 20 years.
Hardcat retains its client base is due to its continual evolution and planned development. Hardcat users feel comfortable in the knowledge that Hardcat works to a 12-month rolling program of enhancements driven by client requirements gathered from users around the world.