A Guide to Rights and Royalties Management Software

A report I wrote for ALPSP has recently been released: A Guide to Rights and Royalties Management Software. From the blurb:

Just published, this guide is designed to give an overview of the available rights and royalties software systems currently available. It provides an introduction and charts some of the main trends in the field and looks at the potential benefits offered by software systems for book and journal publishers. It offers a number of illustrative publisher case studies and lists and describes the software provided by over 20 of the leading providers.

It’s available from the ALPSP website at £40 for ALPSP members and £70 for non-members, but Amazon are offering it for £28.50.

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4 Responses to “A Guide to Rights and Royalties Management Software”

  1. 1 Thad McIlroy 19 May 2009 at 2:34 am

    I saw the positive review in the April issue of Learned Publishing. Will you be issuing an update?

  2. 2 mrkwr 19 May 2009 at 7:33 am

    I hope we’ll be able to do an update before too long but I’ve no firm plans for this year.

  3. 3 Mickaelle 5 October 2009 at 10:47 am

    is it possible to see inside this book before buying it ? i couldn’t in amazon. i am a music publisher and i am looking for affordable royalties software that can help me manage royalties and tracking them. if not would you kindly suggest some softwares in the range of £100+

  4. 4 Mark 6 October 2009 at 2:58 pm

    Sorry that there’s no “look inside” available for this report, but I just wrote it – the publisher is ALPSP 😉

    I’ll send you the Contents page and extract from the intro by email, but I rather doubt this report will be what you’re looking for, as it’s primarily oriented to STM publishers. It’s also a couple of years out of date now, and there are no current plans to produce an update.

    I’m afraid I’m not familiar with the particular needs of music publishers.

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