Escrow Solutions for Software & Source Code,
Intellectual Property, Digital Assets & Commercial Transactions

Celebrating 20 Years of Service
Trusted by technology & business professionals and their customers since 1999.

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Do you need to secure a software license agreement
Or preserve intellectual property and other digital assets?
Do you need an agent to manage commercial monetary (paymaster) escrow services?


Flexible terms, flat-rate pricing and excellent customer service have made us a leading innovator in escrow services for 20 years.
Our mission is to protect and preserve digital assets and serve as a trusted third-party agent in your business transactions.
Our exclusive "Self-Service" tool kit reduces your workload by helping you setup new escrow agreements, upload deposit materials, add new beneficiaries and pay invoices from any desktop or mobile device.
Our monetary escrow services are supported by Capital One Bank's treasury management system.

Today, our client base spans a wide array of industries in more than 36 countries.
We're here to help you prepare an escrow agreement that suits your specific needs.

About Guard-IT


Escrow has been our focus since 1999.

Our Clients

We serve a global clientele in almost every industry & service sector.


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Our team comprises decades of experience in escrow, IT development, intellectual property matters, mediation and contract law.

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What We Do

Guard-IT provides third-party escrow, or safekeeping, to secure and preserve software source code, data, formulas, diagrams, digital assets and other intellectual property.

Escrow resolves the issues of access and possession of these assets by placing them with a neutral party (Guard-IT) for safekeeping.  The "escrow agreement" is the contract that defines the depositor's ownership of the deposit materials, and designates clients, licensees, investors or other interested parties as beneficiaries to the escrow.  It also predefines specific terms or “release conditions” that would trigger a release of the escrow deposit materials to a beneficiary.

"Multi-User" agreements give developers an extra layer of intellectual property protection, control of the basic escrow terms and the flexibility to add any number of beneficiaries to a single agreement.  "Single-User" agreements usually include specific terms that are exclusive to one beneficiary.

Established in 1999, Austin, Texas-based Guard-IT serves clients in more than 36 countries, ranging from small software developers to Fortune 100 corporations, along with various city, state and federal agencies.  The Guard-IT executive team brings together more than 65 years of combined experience in technology development, dispute resolution, intellectual property matters and corporate contract law.

Please tour our website for more information, or call us at (512) 282-1995 with questions or to request a free draft agreement.

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