If you would like to request a Ready to Sign license agreement, please follow all the instructions below. To learn what End Use Software is available for the Ready to Sign license program, please visit this page.
All licenses, including academic licenses, are between MIT and your company, university, or institution, and not you (or a faculty member) individually. The license must be signed by an authorized representative at your company, university or institution.
The license agreement will not become effective until it is reviewed and fully executed by both parties. Note that MIT’s issuance of a license is subject to satisfactory completion of MIT compliance and internal policy reviews.
Instructions for Ready to Sign License Completion:
- Download the PDF license agreement from the appropriate software landing page and fill it out. The Licensee must have a valid mailing address, email address, and phone number.
- Fill out the invoice for the license issue fee, if applicable. The invoice form is included in the fillable license agreement PDF.
- Submit the license agreement (signed by an authorized representative) and invoice along with the appropriate payment (see invoice for payment instructions) to the TLO via email.
- The license agreement will not become effective until it is reviewed and fully executed by both parties.
- The date of the last signature on the executed agreement shall be the Effective Date of the license agreement.
- A fully executed license agreement will be returned for End User’s records using the email address provided in the license agreement.
- If a purchase order is required for the license issue fee, please return the signed license agreement and purchase order electronically to the TLO. All purchase orders must be free of any additional terms and conditions as the license agreement shall be the sole document that governs this transaction.
- The licensed Software will not be delivered to End User until the license agreement is fully executed and payment is confirmed by TLO.
- Ready to Sign licenses are largely non-negotiable. End User may contact the TLO directly if minor revisions are requested. Additional administrative costs will be added to the license depending upon the proposed revision.