£200 GBP per user per month
RightsZone enables publishers and agents to efficiently manage their rights licensing activity. We built RightsZone to untangle complexity and strip out admin, so that rights professionals can get on with making more deals and growing licensing revenue.
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Ribbonfish are dedicated to the publishing and media industries. As businesses evolve, so do we. Our mission is to excite publishing teams with slick technology that streamlines workflows.####The business was initially set-up in 2007 by Marc Defosse, an industry veteran whose personal career experience covers various organisational sectors, always focussing on technology. With this deep understanding of how technology implementation within an organisation really works, and with hands-on experience of delivering the full lifecycle of publishing systems, the vision for Ribbonfish was born.####Fast-forward to 2018, and Ribbonfish is now a well-established player in the publishing and media industries. We are a registered Salesforce partner and Microsoft specialist, but retain a passionate stance on independence and objectivity.####Based in London and New York, we strive to maintain client relationships and continually improve on our processes to deliver successful projects for publishers and media teams across the globe.####In 2017 Ribbonfish joined forces with industry Rights experts Clare Hodder and Ruth Tellis to create RightsZone, a specialist app for licensing copyrighted works.
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