Jammber Talks Money, Metadata, and the Future of Music

Jammber CEO, Marcus Cobb, chats with First Rule about solving a major music industry dilemma and helping the business focus more on music.
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ST. LOUIS - Jan. 27, 2016 - PRLog -- On Thursday, January 14th, Marcus Cobb, CEO and Co-Founder of Jammber, traveled to St. Louis, MO to meet with Stephen Pollack of First Rule to discuss the future of Jammber, the premier team workflow and payment automation platform that strives to solve the money and metadata mess in the music industry.

Cobb was featured on McGraw Millhaven’s morning radio show on KTRS (http://www.ktrs.com/mcgraw-milhaven/) with Garry Wall, LA broadcaster and producer.  Additionally, Cobb appeared on First Rule Minute with Travis Brown, CEO of First Rule Media Network, and sat with both Stephen Pollack and Travis Brown for the Music Tech & Industry Innovation Roundtable.

Cobb discussed the constantly evolving music industry, and the failure of the industry to digitize their payment and paperwork process, leading to millions of lost payments and credits.  Jammber provides a solution in  technology-enabled SaaS offerings which greatly streamline the music business.  Jammber simplifies project management, payment tools, and  facilitates workflow with unprecedented expediency. Data from these services powers a talent search portal, providing independent talent providers with opportunities for new, revenue-generating projects.

Keeping the creative process in mind when developing technology for artists is extremely important when working at the cross-section of commerce and craft, explains Cobb. In the technology industry everyone seems to be talking about “speed” and “access”, but at Jammber the focus is on “vision” and “art”. The strength of Jammber is having all the metadata in one convenient place, without encroaching on the creative process.

Jammber still seeks investors as it approaches the launch date for the industry platform.  Jammber is currently in the first phase of boarding world-renowned record-label Big Machine, the label for Taylor Swift, and also has secured a formal Letter of Intent from Sony Nashville.  They have procured a strategic channel partnership with the American Federation of Musicians, which boasts 80,000 members across the U.S. and Canada, featuring Jammber as the talent discovery platform of choice. Jammber has managed to keep all investors involved and excited about the multiple products Jammber is introducing to the music industry: metadata and payment management, an exclusive talent discovery website, and a personalized and efficient mobile interface.

Jammber is the premier team workflow and payment automation platform for the entertainment industry whose mission is to enrich the lives of people in the entertainment industry by providing technologies that empower and enhance the creative process. Jammber places itself at the intersection of commerce and data for the music industry as an online platform which optimizes the team projects, paperwork and payment aspects of the business. To learn more, visit jammber.com or email McKaye Whiteside at pr@jammber.com.

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