An end user licensing agreement is also known as a software licensing agreement. It is used by the licensor, who is usually the distributor of the software or product. It will then need to be agreed to by the purchaser or the user of the software. Most end user licensing agreements are used in a digital format.
There may be different versions of the licensing agreement for different types of users. For example, you may want to have one specifically for individual users and one for government entities or other large corporations.
A EULA, or end user licensing agreement, should include information about the product, the ways that a user is allowed to use the software, and any important disclaimers. The agreement may need to be updated over the course of the product's lifespan with new information and details.
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