Welcome to National Software Escrow

National Software Escrow, Inc. (NSE) is pleased to introduce its Technology Escrow Services (or Software Escrow) to your organization.
Software Escrow

What We Do

Whether you are a Technology Vendor with an idea to sell and protect, or a Licensee with an investment to secure, National Software Escrow, Inc. (NSE) has in place the facility and legal structure to provide a safe, secure Technology Escrow Arrangement.

NSE holds intellectual property in escrow just as other escrow companies normally hold money.  Although not a financial institution, NSE is very similar.  NSE protects assets, and in this case, that asset is “information”.

With over 25 years of experience, your intellectual property is safe and secure.  When your organization selects NSE, escrow materials will be stored, maintained and secured in your choice of physical or electronic format.

Single Beneficiary Escrow Arrangement

NSE offers a Single Beneficiary Escrow Arrangement to Technology Vendors who wish to enter into an Escrow Agreement with a single Licensee (Beneficiary).

Multi-Beneficiary Escrow Arrangement

NSE offers a Multi-Beneficiary Escrow Arrangement to Technology Vendors who wish to enroll multiple Licensees (Beneficiaries) to one, universal Escrow Agreement.

Multi-Vendor Escrow Arrangement

NSE offers a Multi-Vendor Arrangement to Licensees (Beneficiaries) who wish to enroll multiple Technology Vendors to one, universal Escrow Agreement.

What’s Up With The Cube?

 

Specifically, the cube represents security, stability and protection.  Since the foundation for NSE’s success spans over 20 years, it is very important to maintain these key attributes as part of our ongoing identity.

The outer cube represents National Software Escrow, Inc

The inner, represents our clients’ assets.  The cube conveys strength, confidence and longevity among other things.

  • No Hidden Fees 100%
  • No Set Up Fees 100%
  • No Media Storage Fees 100%

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We’ll be glad to give you more reasons why you should choose NSE.

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