Potential partner and Cadasta conduct an introductory meeting to discuss organizational needs, project requirements, scope of work, timeline, technological capabilities, and the Cadasta platform and tools. After the meeting, both parties evaluate the partnership opportunity and decide to proceed or end discussions.
Cadasta will provide a full demonstration of the Cadasta Platform and mobile applications for the potential partner and review technology and data privacy requirements. If the technology meets the potential partner’s needs, the potential partner would then complete the Cadasta partner intake form to provide more detail on their organization and project requirements. Both parties re-evaluate the partnership opportunity and then decide to proceed or end discussions.
When Cadasta and the potential partner believe that there is mutual interest and capability to implement a project, a Partnership Agreement is drafted by Cadasta and sent to the potential partner. Changes and comments on the Partnership Agreement are negotiated between the partner and Cadasta, and then signed by all parties.