The Matching Engine is an enterprise business system for Copyright Management organizations. It incorporates the key business functions of these organizations. It is a fully cloud native solution including modules to support Repertoire Management, Data Ingestion, Usage, Distribution and Membership Services.
It uses the latest cloud technologies including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to provide intelligent automation, greater insights and instant access across your organisation. Built in connectors for key data sources and industry partners joins your internal systems with your stake holders. The Matching Engine solution provides an interface with the following benefits and features:
Multi Territory – Multiple “Regions” (Territories) can be defined enabling you manage repertoire for different territories within the same instance of the system. Share, Agreement and some header level information such as Work Status, Public Domain etc are territory specific
CWR/WID/IPI integration – Out of the box support for key data exchange standards including CWR, WID and IPI. Work to Work matching used to match Intray works ingested through CWR or any other supported repertoire format against repertoire works.
Modern Intuitive Web Based Application – Modern intuitive web-based application makes managing repertoire fast and easy to use. Tabbed model makes it easy to work on multiple works at the same time, compare information between works and even keep multiple works, IPs, Agreements and Products visible at the same time.
Cloud Native – Fully Cloud native responsive application enables you to manage repertoire wherever you are, on any device.
Integrated with core Matching module for repertoire matching and reconciliation – Over 50 configurable rules that can be customised by source control the matching and work reconciliation process.
Modern Ingestion for Repertoire – Configurable repertoire ingestion locations within Azure Data Lake and visible to end users through Data Ingestion module UI.
New modules currently being implemented:
Distribution –Spanish Point are currently designing a new Matching Engine Distribution module. Like the preceding Matching Engine modules, the Distribution module is designed to be highly flexible and expandable so that it can satisfy the demands of diverse societies. Design of this module is at an advanced stage with detailed Epics, Features and User stories already defined.
Members Portals – Another module that Spanish Point are currently designing is a new Member Portal module. The Member Portal module is designed to be highly configurable and extensible so that it can meet the needs of diverse societies. Spanish Point has successfully used the above approach for a number of music industry portals including IMRO’s member portal.
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