Beta Tester NDA
NDA for Beta Testing
Software Confidentiality Agreement
What is a Beta Tester Non-Disclosure Agreement?
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.
When to use a Beta Tester NDA:
- You're giving someone software to test.
- You're testing software for a company.
- You own or manage a software development company.