Rights Management Software
Rights & Permissions Management Systems For Publishers
The Rights Management Application
Our Rights Management solution enables publishing teams to manage permissions, search for images, and view associated rights.
We’ve incorporated over 30 years of collective industry experience and harnessed the power of Salesforce. This app will help streamline the rights management process, save time, and improve user experience.
This is a brilliantly intuitive app for publishers to source books, series, and multimedia packs.
Built with Salesforce’s secure cloud-based technologies
Search and manage images, together with associated rights and permissions
Integrate with 3rd party providers (Getty) and your existing Salesforce apps
A great UI
A simple, intuitive, and modern user interface across various devices
Request your free Rights Management demo
With no obligation to commit
FREE DOWNLOADSBrowse our collection of freely downloadable white paper guides, featuring marketing tips for publishers and authors, advice about publishing technologies, and much more.
REQUEST YOUR DEMO
Overview: About Rights & Permissions
Ensuring the correct Rights & Permissions is a complex undertaking for any business. For publishing and media organisations, compliance with national and international law is absolutely essential, due to the amount of content produced on a daily basis. This must be achieved for many different elements; written content, images, videos, music, and much more besides.
Business systems should support this requirement, and indeed help to achieve full compliance across the organisation. In addition, by having full visibility, organisations can also maximise use of their content across products and formats.
What we do
Rights & Permissions compliance is tied into business processes and working practices of teams in various departments. We build and customise solutions to make Rights & Permissions smooth and efficient. Whether it’s in the search of copyright-free imagery, the purchase of stock video for a digital pack, or the permissions clearance for background music, our technologies help professionals manage content rights and comply with copyright law.
Frequently asked questions
WHAT IS RIGHTS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
Rights Management software is designed to take the hassle out of purchasing and managing the licenses to use images, videos, music and other media. When used effectively, it can save time and money by reducing the impact of duplication, miscommunication and poor filing habits.
Most Rights Management systems allow multiple different teams to use the same library of content and to manage invoices from a central system. This can help to reduce paperwork and to establish an easy, efficient process for procuring the rights to third-party content.
WHAT KIND OF RIGHTS DO I NEED TO WORRY ABOUT?
WHO USES RIGHTS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
Rights Management software can be useful for multiple departments. If your employees work with third-party content – from the written word to audio and video – then software can reduce mistakes and make them more efficient. For publishers, cover designers can use it when working with stock photography, marketers can use it to develop videos and ad campaigns, and other departments will find it useful from time to time, too.
WHY USE A TOOL DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR PUBLISHERS?
Every industry is different, and publishers have specific needs that aren’t shared by other companies. Using bespoke Rights Management software will make it much easier to source images and to manage a central asset bank that can be used across your properties. This is particularly important for media organisations, who regularly publish content in print and on the web and who require a number of images to accompany it.
WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR WHEN PURCHASING RIGHTS MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE?
It’s important to find software that offers the right functionality and an easy-to-use interface. Some providers offer mobile applications so you can use them on the move, as well as integrations with other services to allow you to manage all of your data from a centralised system.
If you have an existing system in place, look to see whether you can import your data, and be sure that you can back it up and archive it. It’s also important to look into different pricing structures – some providers charge a flat fee while others charge per user. Finally, ask for a demo or a free trial before you commit to signing a contract.