PPL orchestrates an accurate repertoire database with enterprise MDM
PPL is a London-based music industry organization that licenses recorded music and music videos produced by record labels in the UK for use in public performances, broadcast and new media. PPL allows radio and television stations, other broadcasters, and Internet radio stations to legally use sound recordings and music videos in their transmissions by distributing airplay payments to the respective record companies and performers.
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UK-based music licensing company needed to verify and validate millions of data records from multiple sources.
SAS® DataFlux® Data Management Platform
PPL used the industry-leading SAS DataFlux technology to validate, standardize, cluster and integrate data on more than 6.5 million recordings, including a major migration and complete catalogue resubmissions of eight major record companies' entire UK databases. Each transaction can now be accurately traced through its life cycle.
“"It was essential for us to develop a platform that integrates well with our existing systems and that makes it easy to manage, configure and customize for the future. The platform we now have in place provides an advanced way to store our mission-critical information and manage our business."”