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April 6, 2018
OpSec Security has revealed a new version of its Trademark Insight platform that will be available to the licensing industry on Nov. 15.
The Trademark Insight platform is a suite of web-based licensing tools that aids in the management of agreements and royalties, distribution of digital assets and simplifies product approval workflows. The latest release will also provide brands with actionable information to manage and protect their licensing program from a single platform.
The upgraded platform is set to offer increased capabilities and updated features including licensee sales submission improvements, which will append, replace and edit sales data prior to reporting for the period; multi-faceted search in the design submission center, allowing users to utilize advanced search and filter criteria; multi-stage design submission lifecycles, which will assign one or more stages to a design submission with the ability to create approval routings and data collection; keyword assignment to digital assets, which will associate keywords to an asset with search capabilities; royalty advances and administration fees, allowing companies to invoice and manage royalty advances and administration fees more easily than ever; and email agreements, which will allow users to email documents for review and/or approval from within the platform.
"This pivotal release of the Trademark InSight platform makes it a robust licensing management application that offers best-in-class functionality," says Ben Stump, chief technology officer, OpSec Security. "In conjunction with authentication track and trace, online brand protection and consumer engagement, Trademark InSight is poised to change the way brands manage business intelligence."
Attendees at Brand Licensing Europe, taking place Oct. 10-12 at London's Olympia, will have the opportunity to receive a sneak peek at several of the new features that will be included in the upcoming release.
Read more about:Opsec Security
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