All the most important elements of great publishing (...composition, editing, illustration, etc...) are not really changing in this ever expanding, digital era. What is evolving is how you engage your readers and consumers; your supporting patrons.
The unlimited potential of publishing in this digital era is realized when consumers can easily find the works-of-art they seek and flexibly license those works for use on all current AND future computing devices. SavoirSoft's semantic web methods combined with its micro-licensing shopping carts, significantly expand opportunities to engage consumers.
SavoirSoft provides the platform for an entirely new generation of web-based shopping carts specifically created for digital intellectual property rights transactions. Think "PayPal" for digital media, reprint, and eBook transactions.
SavoirSoft's patented platform empowers owners of intellectual property and copyrights to embed their own pricing and licensing terms into non-proprietary file formats usable on all current AND future digital devices. Such widely accessible formats are not controlled by content aggregators or device manufacturers, enabling consumers to more easily find and more flexibly consume digital content, while content owners retain their publishing independence.
Publishers now have opportunities to offer their "content-as-a-service" where the same publication can have multiple pricing and usage terms to best fit consumers' preferences. This benefits all consumers, content creators, publishers and advertisers. Leveraging the web is no longer limited to novels, short-stories and text-books. Now newspapers, magazines, scholastic journals, screen-plays and sheet-music, blueprints and technical drawings also can securely and more effectively monetize the Internet's immense networking capabilities and massive distribution capacity.
SavoirSoft open-publishing system and micro-licensing shopping carts simplify and automate the complex processing, managing and tracking of copyright licenses for literary, trade, and artistic works using robust intellectual property laws in addition to traditional copyright practices. Publishers can now:
- Maximize consumer coverage and utility via non-proprietary file formats that ensure tablet / eReader parity and access to all current AND future computing devices;
- Retain business choice, control and freedom against the influence of digital content aggregators and computing device manufactures, and;
- Generate additional and potentially recurring revenues from "content-as-a-service" offerings not possible with the use of traditional ePublishing methods and systems.