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Making a Non-Disclosure Agreement - Beta Tester
A Beta Tester Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a confidentiality agreement that a business or inventor can use to protect their product development secrets. A Beta Tester NDA helps companies get user feedback for new products and features while limiting the risk that the specifics of the new offering will leak out as a result. If you've been hired to beta test a product, you'll likely have to sign an NDA in order to prevent you from revealing any information about the product until it's ready. If you're hiring people to test your company's product, then an NDA helps protect your sensitive information while the product is being developed. Often used by software companies and app developers, this document allows businesses and inventors to get the consumer feedback they need without jeopardizing their intellectual property.
Other names for this document: NDA for Beta Testers, Software NDA, Software Confidentiality Agreement
It's very easy to get what you need with a free Beta Tester Non-Disclosure Agreement template from Rocket Lawyer:
Any Beta Tester NDA from Rocket Lawyer can be edited for your particular situation. To start the process, click on the "Make document" button. Your document will be assembled step by step so you can feel confident that it has all of the appropriate details that you'll need.
Writing a Beta Tester Non-Disclosure Agreement is typically simple to do; however, you could have legal questions. Hiring a legal professional to check your document may take a lot of time on your own. Another approach to consider is to get help via attorney services at Rocket Lawyer. Premium members can ask for advice from an attorney with relevant experience or ask additional questions. As always, you can Work Confidently™ knowing that Rocket Lawyer is by your side.
The cost of finding and working with a legal provider to produce a Beta Tester Non-Disclosure Agreement might add up to anywhere from two hundred to one thousand dollars, depending on where you are located and how complicated it might be. Unlike many other Confidentiality Agreement template websites that you might discover elsewhere, Rocket Lawyer gives members up to a 40% discount when hiring a lawyer, so an attorney can represent you if you ever require support.
When you're finished completing a NDA using Rocket Lawyer, you'll be able to review it wherever and whenever you choose. You are encouraged to interact with the document in one or all of these ways: editing it, printing it out, and signing it with signing it with RocketSign®. Your Beta Tester NDA also comes with a list of next steps you can take after your document is finished.
Witnesses and notarization are not legally required for your Beta Tester NDA.
Last reviewed or updated 11/16/2021