We’ve added the basic terms and conditions you should consider in your IT services proposal. However, keep in mind that you can personalize the template to your company, depending on what services you offer and your policies.
[Sender.Company] agrees to build a mobile iOS app, website, and administrator’s backend for [Client.Company]. The project will take (Number) weeks to complete, with routine updates and check-ins happening during the project period. Be advised that requests for additional features or services could affect both the cost of the project and the timeline.
As such, Parties must communicate any project changes in writing, with both parties understanding the pricing and timeline changes and signing off on these changes. Should the signatures of both parties not be present on the document containing the new changes, pricing, and timeline, then it is not considered a valid change to this outsourcing services proposal.
Regarding payment, (Percentage)% of the total project cost is due upfront on the (Deposit.Date). The remaining amount is due upon completion by the (FinalPayment.Date), or within (Number) days of completing the projects. Payments can be made by (PaymentMethod.One) or by (PaymentMethod.Two). Late payments could also delay the project timeline and might even result in the termination of the agreement.
If [Client.Company] doesn’t make the payments by the required dates listed above, then [Sender.Company] can apply a late fee of (Late.Fee), or delay the completion of project phases. [Sender.Company] will not hand over the final login details and access codes to [Client.Company] until they have settled the total project amount.
Once the [Client.Company] has settled the payment, the website and mobile app will be the intellectual property of [Client.Company].