Many businesses contract with Information Technology Service companies (“ITS”) to help manage their business internally and to also help manage the business with their external customers. ITS companies assist with the design, build, delivery, operation, and control of information technology. Unfortunately, we have found it is often the case that businesses will contract with an ITS company without carefully reviewing the terms and conditions of their service agreements. Further, businesses do not know what they should be looking for or how to redline (revise) such agreements before they execute them. And if these business relationships go sour, businesses are stuck with an agreement that makes it difficult and costly for them to terminate their ITS contract.