PROVYS Modules

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Rights Management

- Maximised utilisation of rights
- Multiple types and dimensions (VOD)
- Amortisation and rights re-selling

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PROVYS has been designed as a process-oriented support for broadcasting companies. We believe that it has great ability to enhance the client’s processes due to its structure and organisation, information sharing and flow principles together with its applications developed with great care to equip process-oriented organisations.

As an integral part of PROVYS, the rights management functions provide perfect assistance to the content utilisation processes including linear broadcast operations, non-linear content providing and content production:

   Rights registration as per acquisition contracts with distributors and license owners

   Rights registration for persons and production team members
The Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) emerging during the content production are registered for all kinds of operations. The IPRs may be „effective“ or just informational.

   Acquisition contracts repository management
Holds complete contractual information including pricing.

   Rights aware content searching
Both linear and multi-platform operations, multi-territory and multi-language.

   Linear operations content spending
All rights spent by the linear operations are registered within the system automatically, spending and availability are reported to the planning operations immediately.

   Non-linear operations content spending
Similarly to linear, the non-linear operations spending is planned and reported.

   Rights selling and re-selling
Providing tools for contracts, rights sold, prices, invoices and payment tracking.

   Internal multi-library transfers
Provided for large multi-national and multi-platform operations. The rights can be registered into a central repository and re-distributed (as per territories, channels, platforms, distribution methods.

"We protect broadcasters from breaching or failing to utilise content providers' rights and support protection of their own intellectual property"