SaaS Documents Pack + Auto updates
£15.00 / 12 months + a sign-up fee of £134.00
SaaS Terms & Conditions
Cookies Policy + Notification Pop Up
12 months guarantee
The SaaS (Software as a Service) documents pack contains the following documents required for your SaaS website:
- SaaS Terms and Conditions
Document Fee: £134
All these documents are kept up to date automatically for £15 per year after 12 months.
Subscriptions Terms and Conditions
These terms and conditions can be used by a range of online paid-for services, for example email marketing management, online project collaboration, online software products and packages.
These terms comply with the Consumer Rights Act 2015.
The agreement also contains the following clauses:
- Service Introduction
- Registration and Account Integrity
- Pricing, Plans and Features
- Payment and Credit Control
- Upgrading or Downgrading Accounts
- Trial and Offer Periods
- Technical Support
- Specific Service Rules
- Content Ownership
- Copyrighted Material
- Content Monitoring
- Access and Backups
- Limitation of Liability
- Entire Terms & Conditions
- The Consumer Rights Act 2015
As per the EU Cookies Directive, online providers and website operators who set cookies on their users’ equipment must provide comprehensive and clear information to users about the purposes for which the cookie has been accessed or stored in their system.
Cookies are data files that are placed by most website operators on the hard drive or browser of their user’s computer. Cookies can collect information about the way users are using websites. Cookies may also allow the website to identify an already existing customer when he visits the website in future. In the recent past, cookies have also been used to gather information related to a user. This information permits the operator of a website or a third party to create a user’s profile that includes his interests and preferences so that the user is served with the advertisement that may be of particular interest to him.
Cookies are automatically accepted by most of the browsers by default, but these settings can be changed by users if they want to block a few or all of those cookies.
The document also covers important issues such as the use and storage of personal data, collection of data, links to other websites, security and password.
The standard document is drafted to be used on a website that collects:
- Personal data that is basic and non-sensitive. For instance name, phone number and details related to credit cards for the purposes of delivering goods and services to the website users. Or to contact users with direct marketing information
- Information that pertains to user’s online behaviour and psychology such as web log data and IP addresses
You are required to take your own legal advice if you are collecting personal data. You are also required to be registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office for data processing so that you may be able to process personal data.
What are Auto-Updates?
To ensure your website complies with the latest internet law and regulations, we will update your documentation when required. This is an automatic process and you would not need to re-integrate the code into your website. When ever there is an update, you’ll be asked to review before your documents have been updated.
As soon as payment as been made, our legal experts will begin drafting your documents. This process takes 1-2 weeks to complete.