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Open Source IT/Business Service Contract Model

a startup idea shared by Vincent Burg on 07/02/2012

Problem: IT and Business Service contracts are complex and though all contracts hold similar clauses and conditions, their development and negotiations take up many consultant and lawyer $$$ Solution: Develop an Open Source Service Contract Model, which will serve as an independent standard. the model will be understood by both parties, and so during contract development and negotiations only the deviations from the model need to be discussed, saving time, frustration, energy and $$$ The contract model will be maintained by an open source community and follow structured release management to allow referring to a certain version.

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