The world’s largest music publisher, EMI Music Publishing owns, controls, or administers the rights to more than one million musical compositions. Its record labels include EMI Records, Parlophone, Virgin Records and Capitol Records.
“After consulting with Informatica, EMI experienced up to 20% improvement in automatic match quality over its existing methods. We can match files from infringing companies and claim our rights more accurately and faster, and this results in increased revenue.”
— Alec Malyon, IT Director, EMI
EMI needs to perform data matching to determine copyrights. E.g. when a retail organization sends EMI data about CDs, tapes, or DVDs sold for which they are not sure who holds the copyright, they must be matched against EMI’s copyright database to determine if EMI is the custodian of a particular song and, if so, to whom the royalties should be distributed.
Check for copyright compliance and infringement. There are many Web sites that offer songs for downloading and, because of recent legislation, they must now ask the music publishers for permission to use this copyrighted material.
Search and match song titles and artist names in massive music database.
Compare database to third-party files in multiple formats.
Minimize need for manual data matching.
Increased revenue by more accurately identifying compliance and infringement issues.
Streamlined data processing.
Improved accuracy of royalty payments.
Increased operational efficiency.
Condé Nast goes from "data as a nuisance" to "data as an asset" with Informatica
Reduced data input error rate from 80% to 1%.
Decreased operational issues from 70 percent to 30 percent of IT workload by using Informatica Cloud Integration