Most SaaS products for consumers offer no guarantees, period. (If consumer software is becoming popular, it`s because people find it useful – not because it comes with a great warranty, like a car or an L.L. Bean Parka.) And this also applies to some B2B SaaS products like Salesforce and Google Firebase. 3. Make sure you include a full disclaimer for all other warranties. Whether you see the “SaaS Agreement,” “Terms and Conditions,” or “Terms of Service,” legal agreements regarding the use of your SaaS application are important. SaaS contracts are essentially service contracts and not software license agreements. As a result, much of the Legacy language of the last 30 years of software license does not match well. And the form files of lawyers who design SaaS contracts sometimes need to be updated to get provisions that fit better.