In a world where content is king, copyright may be more important than you think.
Research is at the heart of your organization.
Whether your company is identifying an optimal product mix, innovating in a global market or putting healthy food on family’s tables, information allows you to transform what farmers grow into food ready for consumption.
Respecting copyright allows fellow researchers, authors, and publishers to create the articles you need to create food that line grocery store shelves. However not everyone understands copyright or why it is so important.
How does the license benefit you?
Rights to Millions of Articles
Share and store millions of articles of published works
Manage Copyright Compliance
Strengthen your compliance program by reducing risk of copyright infringement
One license covers your entire organization
Drive business forward
The Multinational Copyright License reduces costs and time related to pursuing individual rights, so you can focus on innovation
How do your employees use information?
Send a single article in topics such as emerging trends in foodborne illnesses to your colleagues.
Store articles for later use on topics such as biomaterials for food packaging.
Submit an electronic copy of an article as supportive material for filing requirements by governmental regulatory authorities.
Share copies of individual articles during meetings with global scientists to discuss trends in food research.
Discuss key research with related articles during internal presentations.
Store competitive intelligence from aggregate companies and share those articles with scientists.
Negotiating rights with dozens or sometimes hundreds of publishers can be time consuming and frustrating. In today’s fast paced business world, getting the rights your organization needs can seem like a road block for your company’s goals.