03.27.2008 08:31 AM
Ness Technologies to unveil Media Business Framework, Content Office version 6

Ness Technologies will unveil Ness Content Office version 6, a proprietary media contract management solution for media companies, at NAB2008.

The Ness Content Office solution, previously known as iRights, answers problems faced by media companies across television, publishing, film and music in managing rights, contracts and royalty payments. The new version 6 of the software offers solutions for users who want to integrate and automate rights, contracts and royalty payment processing.

The new version includes an advanced payment module, based on FremantleMedia’s artist payments system. This new module adds production payroll and secondary residual payment functionality.

The company also will introduce its Media Business Framework, a comprehensive array of globally available services and product solutions for media, broadcast and publishing organizations. The new Media Business Framework includes consulting and outsourcing in software product development, system integration and application development and proprietary products such as the Ness Content Office with advanced archiving solutions.

See Ness in NAB booth SU10728, or visit www.ness.com.

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