The modern B2B marketing landscape values accurate data that can help create marketing campaigns.
Data Licensing allows businesses to use data without legal drawbacks and exploitation from third parties. Data is generally protected by IP rights and may belong to certain parties. These organizations may possess control over the delivery manner and data security of the information.
However, data licensing can be a complicated process involving hours of analysis to check for existing patents.
Choose InfoCleanse data licensing services to save time as our team of analysts checks for the source behind your data. Focus your efforts on marketing and lead generation, as our extensive process ensures that your data is licensed quickly.
How InfoCleanse Data Licensing Services Work
Our data licensing services handle everything – from understanding the license required to determining clear regulations for using a particular database. Some of the methods that we follow for the data licensing are:
Establishing the Propriety Data
Propriety data constitutes the data obtained at the expense of an organization. It could be documentation, statistics, or infographics solely in your company’s control. Since it is obtained within your organization, the licensing procedure provides no problems.
In rare cases, the data may overlap with specific organizations. At times like these, our data licensing services can help your businesses detect propriety data to establish copyright over it.
Checking for Existing IP Rights on the Data
Most forms of data are protected with IP rights to prevent use by third parties. However, it depends on the value of the database and the demand for it in the market.
Our licensing services help you understand if your company’s data is valuable enough to copyright. We inform you of the possible risks of not protecting your data and weigh it against the benefits of protecting it.
Identifying and Addressing Ownership of Data
Recognizing data ownership can prevent copyrights outside the organization and address the accountability gap. Our team helps you secure all the ownership rights of the data to ensure it is entirely under your control all the time.
Deciding on Rules for Data Usage by Third Parties
Once a database is completely licensed under your organization, our team can help you lay down regulations and clauses associated with data ownership. Licensing means third parties can no longer use your database without prior approval.
Our data licensing services can help formulate rules for data use and ensure that the data is used as per your knowledge.
Our Data Licensing Service Includes
We offer various services to address your licensing needs and enable the possession of accurate and protected data to drive market campaigns and increase ROI. With our expertise in data licensing, we offer the following services:
Bulk Data Licensing
Using bulk data licensing from InfoCleanse, you can host your comprehensive database directly on your company servers. We achieve this by classifying all static data into a set of downloadable files to streamline the process for you.
Picking the Appropriate License
There are several licenses that might suit your needs. At InfoCleanse, we help you choose the most relevant permit based on the data type and its use. Our data licensing services can help determine the best data sets according to your company’s requirements.
Creation of Licensing Agreements
By choosing InfoCleanse, you can be assured of a robust licensing agreement that defines the data to be licensed and the organization’s sole claim on it. We also include the rules for data usage in the agreement, along with format and delivery mechanisms.
Data licensing is a process in which an organization can set terms and conditions regarding the sharing and re-use of its patented data. The information licensed is usually obtained by the company through their undertakings.
The data licensing business model is about organizations using their copyrighted databases and making them available to third parties by leveraging data to generate revenue. The data sharing and re-use terms are provided in the data license secured by the organization.
- Identifying propriety data
- Checking for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on the database
- Determining if the database has any existing patents or owners
- Establishing ownership and data usage rules by creating legal agreements