Who will own the code when the project is finished?
This question comes up a lot. I have heard several web
companies give different answers to this question. Of course
no one wants to lose the value of intellectual property, but
the real truth is that no one owns code. Code is just methods
and approaches. These elements will be repeated over and over
again to achieve similar tasks. There is no way to control the
use of code elements. This is why it is called "Open Source"
If you are concerned that your project is large enough and
unique enough to require a contract preventing Mr. E. Studios
and it's employees from reselling your custom programming,
this is completely possible. However, the project will have to
meet a list of requirements and several aspects of the
agreement will need to be examined before any contracts will
be finalized. We have done non-compete and non-disclosure
agreements in the past and are willing to continue considering
them in the future.
Contact Mr. E.
Studios today and discover how we can help improve your
business with a custom designed web application.
Mr. E. Studios
1018 E. McKinley Ave.
Fresno, CA 93728
Telephone: (559) 375-4544