A father and daughter’s shared vision for Klopotek’s publishing-house workflow software is now is in its fourth year, with a Rights Portal in place.
It’s a common question for businesses with specific technology needs: is it better to build software or buy it? Here’s an analogy to help you decide.
Barcelona-based E3 has spent a decade developing a software as a service platform to help literary agencies and others manage rights more efficiently.
Don’t get stuck focusing on what technology cannot do for you, but rather stay open to new possibilities. This attitude can help align IT and business behind a solution.
Nick Ruffilo shares the hardware and software tools he uses in his day to day software development for the publishing industry and explains how they make life easier.
Cliff Guren of e-reading platform developer Bluefire discusses why controlling the end-to-end consumer experience should be every publisher’s priority.
Upgrading your rights database? Streamlining your XML workflow? Introducing an innovative new product? Let us know what’s on your “to do” list. By Edward Nawotka Today’s feature story by Roger Tagholm outlines eight lessons or “takeaways” from the World e-Reading Congress, held earlier this week in London. Yesterday, we also covered the discussion at last week’s BISG “Making Information Pay” …