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For any creative artist, protecting their work is a matter of paramount importance. After all, any work of art, be it a literary piece, a musical, or a painting, needs protection from unlawful elements looking to infringe upon the creator's rights.
Especially in today's day and age of technology and software, replication and duplication have become something of an industry. In such a situation, any creative work needs protection from unlawful elements looking to gain without legitimate effort.
But what about computer software?
In the age of AI, you can't really hope to run a business without software development. Yet, the truth remains that in the real world, software vendors often fail due to financial or operational difficulties. In such cases, your business needs to ensure that it remains fully functional. That’s why professionals all over the world are opting for software escrows to protect their business continuity. Such agreements can help safeguard the interests of all parties involved in a software deal.
With major internet giants buying up unicorns and large conglomerates subsuming other companies to increase their market share, M&A has become the watchword of the day. But just as you would always look before you leap, it’s essential that you perform the required due diligence before signing the dotted line in any M&A transaction. Acquisition due diligence helps ensure that the deal goes fairly for both the buyer and the seller and avoid any possible pitfalls with ease.