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Establishing a company in India takes 15 to 30 days. It depends on whether you prefer a Service Level Agreement, Master Service Agreement, and Vendor Agreement. Every company structure in India arises from different qualities and is beneficial for various business activities. Therefore, the first thing you do is a plan and discuss your business requirements with our experts and end your suitable structure of a business.

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Service Level Agreement

An SLA (vendor service level agreement) describes the level of service a client can require from a vendor. The SLA involves penalties or service.

Master Service Agreement

MSA (Master Service Agreement) defines a contract between an IT vendor and a client that describes project expectations, duties, roles, terms.

Vendor Agreement

A vendor agreement is a legal document that specifies the vendor’s work requirements. It is a contract that defines the conditions of specific work performance.

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