Sydney, Australia – CompTIA and its ANZ Channel Community have announced the availability of the Australia Master Professional Services Legal Agreement for Premier Members.
The document serves as a complete template for developing a professional services agreement between two parties.
Karen Drewitt, chair, CompTIA Executive Council, and general manager, The Missing Link, said, “The aim of creating legal documents such as these is to provide additional value to members. With the Australia Master Professional Services Legal Agreement, members can be confident they have a legally verified document to work with without the cost of having to create their own legal agreement.”
Moheb Moses, director, Channel Dynamics, and ANZ community director, CompTIA, said, “CompTIA engaged a local solicitor to make sure the documents comply with Australian law. This means that companies can be confident that their legal agreement meets the unique needs of IT companies in Australia.”
CompTIA is committed to delivering resources that can be used by members to enhance and grow their business.
Locally, CompTIA has previously produced the Managed Services Agreement and the Quick Start Guide to Building a Managed Services Sales Team. There are plans to roll out a Co-operation Agreement and a Mutual Non-Disclosure Agreement in the coming months.
Visit CompTIA to become a Premier Member and access the Australia Master Professional Services Legal Agreement now. For a limited time, ANZ MSPs can become Premier Members for just US$149 (normally US$350) using the code SPAU.
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