As your organisation procures more third party applications to perform critical business functions and streamline operations, it is increasingly important for you to ensure that these applications are protected with Escrow and to assess whether your current Escrow protection meets your specific requirements.
Software Escrow Agreements permit an independent specialist to hold and validate a copy of your software applications source code, including all relevant documentation on your behalf. This ensures that what you have deposited is accurate, complete and can be compiled independently in the event of a release.
In essence, Software Escrow protects you against the ‘what if’ scenarios and puts you in control of your third party software investments, offering assurances that the continuity of your business is protected.
How Does Software Escrow Protection Benefit You?
Why Should You Choose SES?
In recent years a number of high profile clients have transferred their Escrow protection to SES, including: NHS, Arcadia and Network Rail
From working closely with our client base we have established that there are 5 key reasons our customers choose SES for their Escrow protection, these are:
If you are transferring an existing Escrow agreement to SES, you also have the option to maintain your existing terms if required. In addition, SES will manage the entire transfer process and set up your new agreement before your existing agreement expires, ensuring continuity of service.
If you are interested in transferring your Escrow protection to SES or would like to find out more about how our Escrow protection could benefit you, please speak to one of our specialists.
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