What? A contract?!
Yes. But trust us. It’ll be a very good thing in the long run. Especially for you.
You see, once your new website is up and running, you probably won’t need to contact TextStyle very often since you’ll be in control of just about everything within your domain. But what if you need help with something, or if you want to make a significant change to your website’s capabilities? You should know who to call and, especially, if and when that notorious clock starts ticking.
For example, let’s imagine that, six months after your site has gone live, you decide that it needs a new feature — say, a customized mail-in form. Simply give TextStyle a call and we’ll discuss with you what your idea would involve. No charge. Then, if after talking you’re even more convinced of the need for the form, TextStyle will write you a formal proposal, complete with the cost and a timeline.
If, based on our proposal, you change your mind and decide not to go ahead with the idea, TextStyle may, at its discretion, bill you a small proposal writing fee. However, if you decide to go ahead, TextStyle will waive that writing fee. Instead you’ll sign a task-specific contract with TextStyle, and everyone should be happy in the end.
Okay, I’m following you. But can you tell me more?
Of course! Flip to the next page for an executive summary of what’s in a typical Agreement on the Business Relationship.