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Please join us as MetaComet Systems presents a FREE webinar about royalties: How Effective Royalty Management Will Help You Save Money, Enhance Author Relationships, and Generate Additional Revenues.
Royalty management is a perpetual challenge for publishers. It consumes valuable time and resources, and has a high risk of error.
Closely related to royalty management of course are Author Relationships. Pro-active, transparent, accurate royalty management can enhance the valuable bond between publishers and their authors, while poor royalty management can quickly erode that relationship.
In this webinar, you will learn about tools to:
- Automate royalty management and reduce your costs, efforts, and errors
- Enhance the bond between you and your authors, leading to increased sales and enhanced relationships
- Increase revenue through improved rights management
- Free up valuable time of key resources
- Manage all your sales through a single portal
- Manage your author contracts
- Collaborate with authors
MetaComet Systems specializes in helping publishers solve these challenges. We look forward to them showing us how their RoyaltyTracker.com, AuthorPortal.com and Sales Aggregation tools help publishers thrive through the entire royalty management – author relationship life-cycle.
And remember, as a benefit of your IBPA membership, you receive a great discount off of MetaComet’s services.
David Marlin co-founded MetaComet® Systems in February 2000. Beyond his expertise at helping businesses solve their rights and royalties challenges, David is committed to enhancing the technological capabilities of the publishing world through his work as the founding co-chairman of the Book Industry Study Group’s (BISG) Digital Sales Reporting Committee and a co-chair of the BISG Rights Committee. He is a regular speaker and contributor to industry events and symposia.
Prior to founding MetaComet Systems, David spent 3 years as a technology consultant for publishers working with companies such as Random House, Penguin, HarperCollins, Holtzbrinck, Macmillan, Scholastic, Time Warner and many others. Before that he spent several years managing large scale projects for American Express in New York. David earned both his MBA and BA from Columbia University in New York.