Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace Standardizes Software License Terms to Simplify and Streamline Software Procurement for Enterprise Customers

Posted on: May 9, 2018

AWS Marketplace, a curated digital catalog, which lists over 4,200 software listings from popular software vendors, has announced that enterprise customers can now leverage Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace to procure software quickly, and take the friction out of contract negotiations. Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace gives large enterprise customers the option to purchase software solutions using a standardized contract template under which participating sellers have agreed to offer their products. The Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace is designed to be a comprehensive end user license agreement between software buyers and sellers that include commonly negotiated clauses like liability, venue, IP protection, data handling, warranty, indemnity, GDPR, etc.

Customers whose procurement divisions have approved use of the Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace for purchasing will have the option to subscribe to and deploy software from AWS Marketplace immediately under the terms of the Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace, rather than spending months negotiating software terms with individual sellers. Sellers will benefit from shorter sales cycles, and recognize revenues quicker using the new standardized contract template.

At launch, Enterprise Contract for AWS Marketplace includes product listings from thirty six sellers: Trend Micro, AppDynamics, F5, Barracuda, Chef, CA, Check Point, Cisco, NetApp, Palo Alto Networks, Pitney Bowes, OpenVPN, Alert Logic, CIS, CloudPassage, Nventify, Habla AI, SendGrid, SoftNAS, WANdisco, CrowdStrike, Aviatrix, Dome9, Load balancer, Anitian, Fortinet, SparkPost, Codecreator, McAfee, Juniper, Cognosys, MoogSoft, Allgres, Tibco, and Delphix.

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