BiblioRights

Take Control of Your Rights Lifecycle

BiblioRights helps trade and academic publishers to maximise the profitability of their rights operations with comprehensive end-to-end management.

 

This module is extremely flexible, enabling customers to cope with the advancement of digital technologies and commercial models that are emerging in the rapidly changing publishing landscape. It records and manages contracts, rights, royalty rules and formulae, advances and subsidiary rights information for any type of product, whether physical or digital.

 

Fully integrated, real-time reports offer chasing overdue submissions, income due, overdue royalty statements, due contract dates and reversions, projected incomes and other reports for financial analysis.

BiblioRights

Highlights

Rights Sales

Process and manage rights sales more efficiently with inbuilt validation, configurable alerts and reminders.

Rights Marketing

Campaign management,  automatic production of rights catalogues and title information sheets.

Contract Management

Store contract information  so that it can be found quickly and easily in the future, and upload scans of paper copies.

Rights Budgeting

View real-time income from rights sales, focus sales efforts, enable on the fly forecasting and produce post-mortems.

Third-Party Rights

Efficiently manage third-party rights through the clearance and receive notification of upcoming renewals.

Rights Tracking and Chasing

Facilitates easy tracking and chasing of overdue sub-             -missions, sales agreements, income due and rights sales.

Integrated Contact 

Management

Manage contributors, publishers and agents manages payee accounts, and digital asset management.

Audit Trail

Quickly see subright and permission payments for a customer, period, imprint or group of titles, to better focus future rights sales and targets. 

Invoices

Create invoices for rights sales, chase and track payments.

Record interests

Record licensee interests and submissions.

Permissions

Store detailed permission requests, track payment and configure real-time reports.

Having clear visibility and timely information relating to titles, contributors and beneficiaries, as well as having total control of our rights lifecycles, will put us in better negotiating positions with authors as well as improving our overall service to them. It’s a win-win situation.

 

Dan Wackrow, CFO, Harvard University Press

Key Benefits

Maximise rights revenue with automated payment tracking, chasing and notification of

expired rights

Identify and aid future sales opportunities with a centralised and coordinated system for

recording submissions of interest and rights sales

Strengthen your negotiating position and increase profitability using centralised and easily reportable rights information

Save time managing acquired rights and processing rights sales

  • Generating contracts

  • Logging payment terms

  • Creating rights catalogues