As a technology developer, you want your prospects, customers and partners to have confidence in your business. Building strong fiduciary processes helps you build trust in your solutions by allowing a reliable and secure third party to change the process instead of trying it yourself. There are also a few cases where software communities act as a fiduciary agent, for example for the Wing Commander video game series or Ultima 9 in the Ultima series.  Escrow London understands that your source code is your “crown jewel” and should be protected accordingly. For all our customers, we guarantee maximum information security and data protection. We are development oriented and understand the pain of developers negotiating software licensing contracts. We ensure that the process of implementing a software trust contract with us will be simple and effective. If the saaS provider dismantles, the SaaS subscriber immediately finds itself in a crisis situation. Even if the SaaS provider stays in business, just change a metaphorical switch and the SaaS subscriber is without using the software and without access to its data. A trust agreement is and will remain an insurance for the licensee as long as it has paved the way for a well-thought-out trust rescue plan, in agreement with his lawyer. In this way, the user of the software will avoid all the pitfalls of misunderstood and poorly designed fiduciary contracts and source codes for the present and future.
Technology trust birds can contain any technology, including, but not limited, encryption keys, product design, documents, prototypes, samples, chemical formulas and any other form of technology execution that can be stored physically, electronically or in the cloud. Technology trust baskets are designed to provide the same level of protection as software trust crows; However, they contain a wider range of materials and apply to a wider range of licenses and technology operations. Because problem repair or function modification is only possible with source code, source code trust is common for large software transactions with custom or critical applications. In a trust agreement for source code, source code and documentation are held in trust by a trusted third party, the trust agent. The source code and related documentation must be released upon the arrival of an “exit event,” such as the software developer who declares bankruptcy or fails to meet certain licensing obligations.