n which software trade secrets will be held, preserved and protected unless and until such time as it may be required by the client. Source code agreements drafted by our company attorney are included in our escrow set up costs. Our source code agreement may be customized to fit the individual requirements for each unique client's needs.
Any agreement drawn outside our office must be reviewed and accepted by our legal and accounting departments before Abescrow will agree to act as an Abescrow agent. Customized agreements drafted by Abescrow will incur additional charges based on the complexity of the agreement. Computer source code instruments and related documentation are preserved and protected in Abescrow's secure lockbox at an FDIC insured bank.
-Two Party Escrow for one End–user & Software Product -Document Holding Escrows for proprietary materials All source code and proprietary documents are kept in locked fireproof files or safe deposit box.
Abescrow performs business Purchase and Sale closings that do not include real property. The closing includes all document preparation, closing statements, actual document presentation and disbursement of funds, and recording of documents. In addition, Abescrow is experienced in closing SBA loans, and has worked with major banks in closing business transactions involving SBA loans.
The company also offers third party intermediary or escrow services to sellers and buyers of all kinds of property, for lease payments and any other circumstance where an intermediary is necessary.
Abescrow pioneered one of the first federal programs for contractors required to post a payment bond. This program initially was implemented with the EPA and has proven to be both administratively and economically productive for all parties.
Such programs have earned Abescrow a reputation for efficient and secure handling of transactions involving large sums of money, and they can be tailored to your needs.
Abescrow reviews and signs off on all invoices. This approval allows the government office to proceed with payment to the contractor.