Today we’re discussing Scope of Work (SOW) Agreements.
A SOW is the document that is drafted or brought up by a client when they want to engage in another project with your team, after a Master Service Agreement (MSA) has already been established.
When getting started on a new project with a current client, whom you’ve already entered into an MSA with, you’ll probably have a much quicker ramp up time, since you’re not going back and forth to discuss the terms of the relationship.
In the SOW, if it’s not already discussed in the MSA, you’re going to be discussing pay and timelines, and describing the deliverables as well. This allows you to leave out all of the other legal jargon and just get to the heart of what your client needs.
Additionally, these add value because as you document these relationships, your business can rely on them when it comes time for evaluations or appraisals.
If you have questions about SOW’s and/or MSA’s, and how those two vehicles work, feel free to reach out to your legal professional and discuss.
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