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Reciprocal Announces Digital Commerce Clearing Solution and Partnerships

Magazine article Information Today

Reciprocal Announces Digital Commerce Clearing Solution and Partnerships

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Reciprocal, a global digital rights management (DRM) services provider, has announced Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0, its fully functional clearinghouse solution for selling digital content on the Internet. The company has also announced partnerships with Xerox Corp. and Adobe Systems. Reciprocal is building on the market-acceptance of earlier versions of the Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service, adding commerce capabilities to its robust promotional download offerings.

Digital Clearing Service 2.0

Paul Bandrowski, CEO and president of Reciprocal, said: "Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 is a total solution and is the first fully operational commerce clearing service, giving content owners the ability to protect, control, and audit the distribution and sale of their published materials. Reciprocal is committed to leading the way toward a robust and profitable digital content economy."

Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 is a turnkey solution enabling owners, aggregators, and distributors of music, text, software, film, and video to distribute and sell content over the Internet while protecting and ensuring the rights of copyright owners. At launch, Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 will support Microsoft Windows Media Technologies, including its integrated DRM platform. Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 will also integrate with other DRM solutions, including those from InterTrust Technologies Corp., Adobe Systems, and Xerox Corp.

Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 offers an easy-to-implement solution for content providers to control access to purchased files. Services include financial transaction processing, license management, and flexible reporting. Reciprocal Digital Clearing Service 2.0 packaging tools allow the content provider to create and maintain permits (i.e., digital rights) for packaged and encrypted content that specify price, download privileges, follow-on offers for presentation after downloading, etc. The reporting and analysis tools provide many options for viewing aggregated customer data, along with summaries of traffic and sales on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis. …

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