Internet Services Team Up Their Metadata and Subrights Applications

October 2000
Book Publishing Report;10/09/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 40, p5
Trade Publication
Highlights the agreement made by Internet service firms Rightsworld.com and San Francisco, California-based NetRead to integrate their complementary services. Rationale for the integration; Services offered by NetRead; Alliance of Subrights.com and PubEasy.


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