IPR License announces digital link up with BooksoniX
10/08/2014

IPR License has today (Tuesday 7th October 2014) announced a digital link up with BooksoniX as we approach the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair.

Online PR News – 08-October-2014 – London – IPR License has today (Tuesday 7th October 2014) announced a digital link up with BooksoniX as we approach the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair.

Through the relationship, publishers taking advantage of BooksoniX’s online booklist management service will have the ability to feed their content directly into the IPR License global rights platform for licensing purposes.

In addition, the two parties will work in partnership to produce a co-branded module containing all the relevant rights and licensing information to offer a comprehensive front to end service. This direct feed will help rights holders generate new leads and facilitate deals on a global scale via TradeRights – IPR License’s bespoke transactional solution for the buying and selling of whole book rights and permissions.

BooksoniX is a powerful online booklist management service that streamlines managing and disseminating bibliographic information from a title’s inception through to publication and beyond.

The new relationship will significantly add to the 13 million records already held on the IPR License platform and allow publisher members to purchase and sell rights in territories, languages and formats all over the world.

Tom Chalmers, Managing Director at IPR License, commented:

“BooksoniX has proved itself to be a major player in its field and it’s great to be able to align ourselves with such a highly respected metadata company in an area which is key to forward-thinking publishers.

“Here, at IPR License, our aim is to continue providing our members with added value by securing new and innovative ways in which to help them boost their rights and licensing business on a global scale. This feed and module will certainly help streamline the route to market and generate even more incremental opportunities for publishers to further increase their bottom lines.”

Sue Hyman, Managing Director of BooksoniX, said:

"BooksoniX has always prided itself on offering the ability to do more with data without the need for big investments and the TradeRights platform is an exciting new direction for the publishing industry.

"We are delighted to play our part in broadening access to TradeRights and ensuring quality data feeds into the platform to allow publishers to realise greater value from their portfolios. This feed and module will give publishers the opportunity to leverage their data in an efficient manner to gain access to otherwise difficult to reach market opportunities."

For further information please visit www.iprlicense.com