The following TMT precedent produced in partnership with Kit Burden of DLA Piper provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
This Agreement is made on [date]
[Customer] a company incorporated in [England] with registered number [company number], whose registered office is at [address] (Customer); and
[Supplier] a company incorporated in [England] with registered number [company number], whose registered office is at [address] (Supplier)
each of Customer and Supplier being a party and together Supplier and Customer are the parties.
The Customer wishes to outsource the provision and management of its [describe function] services to the Supplier, in conjunction with the Customer’s appointment of a number of other service providers to provide related and/or interdependent services, and with whom the Supplier will be required to collaborate (along with any third party who the Customer may appoint to provide overall coordination and management of its multi-supplier ecosystem, on a service integration and management (SIAM) basis).
The Customer’s requirements are currently provided [internally OR by an associated company] [by insert name of existing supplier].
The Supplier is experienced in the design, development and implementation of [describe function] services and has agreed to be responsible for the provision and management of the relevant part of the Customer’s functions and to collaborate with the Customer’s other service providers.
The Customer issued a request for proposal (RFP) on [date], the Supplier responded to the RFP (Response) on [date].
On the basis of the Supplier’s Response and subsequent
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