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The IBPA member benefit

IBPA members who partner with MetaComet® Systems can simplify their royalty management process, maximize their accuracy, minimize waste, and reduce the time spent managing royalties by up to 90%.

Learn more about this member benefit in the short video below.

 

The IBPA benefit includes:

  • 20% discount on set-up fees
  • 10% discount on monthly fees
  • Save significant time, reduce the risk of errors and provide deep insight into financials and royalty payments
  • Cut costs and increase efficiency by automating tedious, repetitive tasks
  • Enhance author relationships by providing online access to contracts, statements and any other documents
  • Integrate seamlessly with existing systems
  • Cloud based platform

Interested in a roadmap to a more efficient royalty operation? Click here to sign up for MetaComet's FREE Royalty Automation Handbook.


ALREADY AN IBPA MEMBER? Great! Simply log into the "members only" area of the IBPA website to download a current copy of the IBPA Membership Benefits Handbook containing all the information you need to take advantage of each IBPA member benefit.


About MetaComet

MetaComet helps publishers reduce the effort of managing royalties by up to 90%, while enhancing author relations and improving rights income. MetaComet provides you with the tools to help in all aspects of the royalty management lifecycle: manage contracts and rights, automate royalties, online author portal.


About the Independent Book Publishers Association

IBPA's mission is to lead and serve the independent publishing community through advocacy, education, and tools for success. IBPA's vision is a world where every independent publisher has the tools and knowledge needed to professionally engage in all aspects of the publishing industry.

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