Infocon America Launches InfoRights Service Web Site Solution

Dec 13, 2002

Infocon America Corp., a provider of Web solutions for B2B publishers is now offering its new InfoRights Service to publishers as a stand-alone service, and to current publisher customers as an add-on service to its existing InfoWeb Ecommerce Service, an outsourced, turn-key web solution platform and content management service. With the InfoRights Service, publishers can grant rights and charge for permissions for up to twelve uses of their content, including providing pre-approvals, flexible pricing options dictated by the publisher and immediate reporting capabilities.  An Administrative Site enables permissions to be transacted by telephone by the publisher's sales and customer service team. Publishers can enable the following twelve permission options, with pre-approvals, and your customers and subscribers can complete a Web site transaction for the intended use: broadcast on radio/television; distribute in an email; photocopy for internal use only; photocopy for external use; publish in a book; publish in a brochure; publish in a CD-ROM/DVD; publish on the internet/Web site; publish on an intranet; publish in a journal/magazine; publish in a newsletter; and publish in a newspaper. The InfoWeb Ecommerce Service is a Web site solution implemented into a publisher's site. The InfoWeb service provides full text searching with the ability to subscribe/buy, email notifications and alerts, Web site access, and delivery of digital content, along with a Publisher Administrative Site to process offline (telephone, fax, and email) orders, customer look-ups, security access controls, real-time reporting, content management and uploading, and more. The InfoWeb service is designed to increase sales on a worldwide basis--print and electronic publications as articles, issues, chapters, subscriptions, bundled publications/subscriptions, volume site licenses, products, and conferences--while requiring no personnel, no software or hardware, and no on-going maintenance.