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We have high hopes for 2020

Posted by TRCKtrace on Dec 30, 2019 10:16:51 AM

The end of the year is always that period when you look back and forward. What have I been doing in the past twelve months? What am I going to do in the next year? At TRCKTrace we also struggle with these feelings.

But in a positive way, because we have high hopes for 2020.

2019 was a wonderful year for us, a year to be proud of. We have been able to expand our business with great partnerships with SUISA in Switzerland and SACEM in France. Together with SUISA we will map the use of music on all Swiss company websites, at SACEM our high-end software will be used to map all French live music events.

Two great examples of the various ways our services can be used.

Our development department grew significantly and is nowadays under the inspiring leadership of Mehmet Copur. And, to top it all off, we recently joined the SoundAware Group. Thanks to this latest development, we can continue to grow internationally with renewed strength and extra capacity.

If we sit at the Christmas dinner table, we can look back at 2019 with pride. In addition, we are also secretly looking at 2020, because there are many things eager to see the light.

Two exciting new partnerships are about to be announced worldwide. When this happens, music makers around the world will start taking advantage of our services that ensure that you as a maker and creator always know where your music is used and played.

But we also expect a lot of news for TRCKTrace users themselves in the coming year. What about our new AI dashboard that will ensure that you can monitor even better what is happening with your music in real time? Or our charts portal full of functionalities that makes all existing portals superfluous in one go?

But that is for the future. For now, we wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy 2020! We are looking forward to it. Hopefully you do too.


Topics: monetize, artists revenues, music monitoring, music industry, music royalties, music database, soundaware, music recognition