Unique perspective in product development and project implementation of software solutions and databases
AllrightsOnline.com has extensive experience in software development of new solutions and the upgrading of existing ones, and the actual roll-out through a company with the help of power-users. This experience relates to Rights & Permissions and Contract software, the (agile) product development of full text databases for additional niche markets , the development of A&I databases, the project management/stakeholder responsibility of building & managing the operational electronic warehouses behind the front-end databases. Other typical experience relates to stakeholder input to at least 4 different CRM systems; different search engines (legal domain, dictionaries, full text academic literature); and library software.
Allrightsonline.com has worked in situations where priorities in the development of a software solution needed to be factored into the timeline, sometimes leading to difficult decisions for specific target users.
- Consultancy on software solutions.
- Project Management (planning, testing and roll-out) of Software introductions.
- Development of Professional Services Programmes for existing software (library automation).
- Stakeholder participation in product development of new and existing database products.
- Unique Software representation for contract & rights software programmes.
- Legal consultancy on data & information security procedures
AllrightsOnline.Com analyses your business, evaluates together with you the possible solutions for contract and royalties, and rights software. We will suggest a way forward taking into account business improvement, budget constraints and, most importantly, a tailored solution for your needs.
During and after implementation of a software solution, AllrightsOnline.com will train staff and offer helpdesk facilities. If necessary this can be enhanced with tailored copyright training.
Over the years collections, products and archives have been created. Underlying all these collections are a huge variety of contracts. Over the last few decades, information has become more and more available online and the range of different digital rights and clauses, payment methods and business models has expanded. But each contract may have different conditions on usage, sharing and renewal terms.
What are you allowed to do and how to approach those questions?
What concerns should you have once you have made the decision to digitise?
We have implemented many different systems and studied the differences; what are the advantages of one system over the other? What are the pitfalls in the development cycle?
AllrightsOnline.Com has legal knowledge, expertise in rights software and licensing of content and knows most of the hurdles, and as a result is aware of the smallest details. E.g. are your operational software solutions compliant with the new EU data protection legislation?