- Royalty applications import sales, calculate royalties owed on sales and generate statements.
- Rights solutions track the status of rights purchased and sold.
- Permissions software manages permission sales and purchases.
- Sales normalization software; such as RoyaltyShare, standardizes and validates sales files prior to importing software into a royalty solution.
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Alliant™ by Real Software Systems REAL Software Systems delivers integrated solutions to manage intellectual property rights and royalties accounting. Our Alliant™ platform is proven across industries to handle the uniqueness and volumes of complex contracts. Clients: Industry leaders in Publishing include Houghton Mifflin, Cengage Learning, Egmont, Kensington Publishing Corp, Nelson Education, The Reader’s Digest Association, and William H. Sadlier, Inc. Other intellectual property-centric clients such as Allergan, BBC Worldwide, Dell, Electronic Arts, MGM Studios, and PBS use Alliant to ensure agility, compliance and efficiency in their licensing process.
Backbeat Solutions For book, film and music royalties. By hosting Backbeat in the cloud on the most powerful IBMi servers even the smallest business can process royalties in seconds and still have the data at their fingertips on their own desktop. Of course those midrange and major companies which already utilise these servers locally are still able to host the software themselves.
Bradbury Phillips Rights Management System and the Authors’ Royalties System has been installed at over 250 sites around the world. Widely used by book publishers, large and small. Their clients range from one-person businesses to large multinational publishing houses. Clients: Bertelsmann, Blackwell, Bloomberg, Kensington, Mayo Clinic, Shambhala, Simon & Schuster, World Bank, Yale University Press. Bradbury Phillips was acquired by knk Software in 2018.
Counter Point Suite by Vistex provides specialized solutions to administer rights and royalty processes critical for the Music, Media and Licensing industries. To effectively manage large amounts of data (business assets), including content, digital media, and IP, a robust and flexible solution is required. Vistex offers software that provides businesses with the ability to effectively manage, automate and simplify processes and ensure that all monies due or owed are properly administered. The Counterpoint Suite by Vistex is designed by industry experts with first-hand experience within these market sectors.
EasyRoyalties royalty software for publishers, art museums, software companies and manufacturers. Prices start at $1200 USD. Optional rights management module available. Online user manuals and videos. Clients: More than 450 clients worldwide in 25 countries. 100+ clients in the United States. Clients include Dover Publications, Museum of Modern Art, New Growth Press, Bold Strokes Books, and more. EasyRoyalties is distributed in the United States and Canada by Kensai International. EasyRoyalties is a product of London based Jeux de Couleur Ltd.
Eclipse The Eclipse Rights & Royalty Management System (ERRMS) is the only solution that is totally integrated with mid market leading Microsoft Dynamics™ GP ERP package. The Eclipse Rights & Royalty Management System is an automated, end-to-end royalty accounting program that includes flexible reporting solutions and an excellent audit trail to clearly demonstrate regulatory compliance and reassure rights-holders of royalty accounting accuracy.
Élan Rights & Royalties Media Services Group’s hosted .NET software as a service rights & royalty software is modern and easy to use. Publishers can expand this functionality with book and magazine related modules.
Fadel Partners The Fadel Partners IPM Suite is an end-to-end enterprise rights and royalty management software solution. The IPM Suite simplifies all aspects of intellectual property management. It integrates workflows across multiple departments and ensures consistent single-source data throughout the organization – enabling real-time business intelligence and thorough reporting capabilities.
F. Logic F.Logic provides Fortune 1000 companies, as well as rapidly growing midsize companies and large organizations with browser-based contract management, rights and royalties management, and licensing management business software solutions. Clients: Scholastic, Hearst Entertainment, NBC Universal, Viacom/MTV
Giallo Giallo is a royalty management system based on the compilation of over 30 years experience serving the book industry. Giallo is flexible and intelligent allowing you to manage your royalty rules the way you want to. Giallo works with sales reports from all sources. The Giallo client can opt to move seamlessly over to the iPUB System to manage the entire order management process.
Iptor royalties, rights and permissions module allows publishers to streamline operational tasks that involve rights and permissions processing and handling. This results in substantial savings of time and staff resources, while also significantly decreasing operational costs.
Our Royalties, Rights and Permissions module has been designed with the modern world of digital content and supply chains in mind, so that you can define processes according to your own business rules. Utilizing this module, you can positively affect your bottom line as the system streamlines complex and often expensive manual processes, giving you access to accurate information regarding all aspects of royalties, rights and permissions.
Klopotek Klopotek is a leading provider of standardized royalty and rights intellectual property management software to book publishers. Over 300 publishers rely on Klopotek software. While large publishers such as Taylor & Francis utilize Klopotek’s stand alone software, smaller publishes use the more affordable SaaS (Software as a Service) hosted solution.
knkPublishing – knkPublishing is the only Microsoft-certified business software for publishers worldwide. The knk software seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Dynamics and other products in the Microsoft product stack.
Users are free to pick and choose which modules they need. For example, the knkPublishing royalty management module enables publishers to manage rights at a single content level (i.e. at the lowest level of saleable content, such as chunks, series, etc.), and publishers can add other modules of knkPublishing on demand (including Title Management, CRM, Asset Management, Events, ONIX and a lot more). Clients: 150 publishers worldwide.
ORACLE Oracle Media Intellectual Property Management is an enterprise solution for managing business rights, licensing, and royalties. It streamlines the process of intellectual property management and licensing by helping organizations identify, organize, and license rights; structure complex licensing contracts; and manage royalties. More…
PLX Systems – Now Cinedigm Royalty Transaction Solution (updated 4/30/2014) Royalty Transaction Solution software, successfully automates over 200 music publishers, video distributors, software publishers, and record companies administration operations. Clients: BMG Distribution, Pioneer Entertainment, Rogers & Hammerstein, Time Life and TVT Records and many more.
Ingenta – The rights and royalties module of Ingenta Commercial is available as an integrated suite or standalone solution, the format-agnostic Royalties module is the only system on the market able to handle the complexities and nuances of today’s most creative deals. Featuring sophisticated cash flow forecasting, multicurrency calculations and tracking across various products and content types, this module draws from decades of enterprise systems experience but was designed especially for the digital marketplace. Flexible, configurable and user-friendly, the Royalties module can be installed on site or hosted over the Web to better serve authors and rights owners with confidence from initial contract to final payment. Clients: McGraw Hill Education, Sterling Publishing, Thieme Medical Publishers
Royalty Share is an intelligent, scalable, web-based solution that aggregates and normalizes sales feeds for importing sales records into your royalty system.
Clients include: Hachette Book Group, Faber & Faber, Bloomsbury and Wiley.
Royalty Tracker This royalty software solution for book publishers is powerful (it runs on an MS SQL server), easy to use and offers exceptional drill down functionality for royalty analysis. MetaComet offers an hosted version of Royalty Tracker for smaller publishers and an author portal for publishers that want to provide authors online access to their royalty statements. No contracts. Note: Members of the IBPA (Independent Book Publishers Association) receive a $500 savings on setup fees as member benefit (as of February 2014) Clients: National Book Network, Taylor & Francis, Harcourt
RoyaltyZone Software as service solution for royalties and rights management.
Schilling Schilling Contracts, Rights & Royalties is a powerful royalty solution for publishers. Available in stand-alone and hosted versions that can integrate with SAP. You can give your authors and agents access to Schilling’s online author portal with information about agreements, bills, current sales, etc. Here your users can also see available and sold rights, request readers’ copies, and participate in auctions. Clients: Thompson Reuters Denmark, WSOY
That’s Rights An affordable rights solution for small publishers. Integrates with EasyRoyalties.
SAP The SAP Intellectual Property Management module is designed to handle the complex IPM needs of large companies.
Trilogy Software The Trilogy Editorial, Rights and Royalties book publishing software allows publishers to control acquisitions, author contracts, rights and royalties from a single database. Trilogy is a Microsoft Partner and their software has a modern graphical user interface.
United ERP Powerful royalty software that integrates with Microsoft Dynamics financial solutions or used as a standalone royalty solution. Clients: MGA Entertainment, Iconix Brand Group, Studio 100