89% of companies have implemented or adopted a digital-first strategy. 27% of executives esteem digital transformation as a “matter of survival.” At this point, companies who have not adapted (or do not intend to adapt) a digital transformation strategy are at risk of failing.
The transition from on-premise software to SaaS isn’t just becoming a trend for businesses—it’s becoming a global reality and necessity. Finance Online’s 2018 SaaS Industry Market Report shares:
- "73% of organizations say nearly all of their apps will be SaaS by 2020
- The expected growth of the SaaS public market will reach $76 billions by 2020."
However, these benefits mean nothing if your business ignores the legal aspects of digital transformation.
With a new way of providing software and new ways of interacting with clients come new rules that govern these interactions. That is, there needs to be different provisions for how users interact with and access software. Businesses must also consider new ways of drafting, presenting, and enforcing these rules, or all their hard work will be for nothing.
In this white paper, you will learn:
- Learn what legal considerations to make in your digital transformation strategy
- Be able to assess the legal proficiency of your digital transformation strategy
- Understand the differences between EULAs and Terms of Service agreements as it pertains to your digital transformation from on-prem software to a SaaS solution
- Know how to implement a clickwrap solution that is enforceable, secure, and compliant.