Perpetual License Software Agreement

(a) The software is owned by the licensee or its suppliers. The software is licensed, not sold. Titles and copyrights on the software, in full and in part and all copies of the software, as well as any changes, extensions, derivatives and other modifications of the Software, regardless of anyone who has made changes, if any, are and will remain the exclusive and exclusive property of the licensee and its suppliers. One of the advantages of subscription licensing is that updates and hotfixes work in real time (how many of us have had to sit in front of our computers and wait for our operating systems to be updated when you turn them on or off?), so you don`t risk outdated your software, which is a problem with unlimited licenses. Upgrades are free for the first 12 months after the license is purchased. Each subsequent upgrade automatically ends your rights to use previous versions of the software. A commercial license entitles you to unlimited access to technical assistance when using products by email. (b) This contract, including third-party software licensing agreements, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties regarding the licensee`s use of the Software and replaces all prior or simultaneous, oral or written software assurances, communications or advertisements. No order, order or handwritten or typed texts purporting to modify or complete the printed text of this Agreement, or a calendar will complement or amend the terms of this Agreement, unless they are signed by both the licensee and the licensee. (i) When the licensee has obtained a software license for open source development, the objective of using the software is limited to the development of non-commercial open source projects that meet the definition of open source at www.opensource.org/docs/osd.

Any commercial use of a software license for open source development is expressly prohibited; In fact, there was a time when indeterminate licensing agreements were the only ones in terms of software. That has changed since then, and many software companies now offer subscription services or annual licenses. The use of the indeterminate software license is decreasing due to the popularity of the subscription-based license. This increase can be explained in part by the high initial cost of licensing indeterminate software. At the same time, however, it may be difficult for the software provider to ensure the profitability of the indeterminate software license due to the uncertain duration of the license and the unpredictable development costs. A license is unlimited for the acquired version of the software.