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Sentric launches new rights management tool RightsApp

By | Published on Friday 7 September 2018

Sentric Music

Sentric Music earlier this week unveiled a new product called RightsApp, which aims to make it easier for songwriters and their business partners to register and manage works, and track royalties being earned around the world.

The new tool – which is a ‘white label’ platform available to other businesses as well as individual artists and songwriters – has been, says the music rights firm, “built for a new age in the music industry, removing the administrative headache and slashing the cost of managing commercial song catalogues”.

DIY music distribution platform TuneCore, which formally allied with Sentric back in July, is the first company to make use of the new technology.

Launching it all, Sentric boss Chris Meehan said: “Sentric was founded on the idea that we could use new technology to shake up traditional publishing and make it work for everyone”. For twelve years, our infrastructure has enabled us to manage hundreds of thousands of songs for rights-holders at every level and offer a fast, flexible, completely transparent service. Now we’re taking our technology to the next level and making it available for everyone”.