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Xeinge, the parent company of WaTunes and Music Expand, has added a proffessional digital delivery platform to its portfolio dubbed Vidyps. The goal is to make direct digital delivery affordable for record companies and distributors amd to help manage and deliver those assets. iTunes, eMusic, Napster, Rhapsody, MediaNet, and Urfilez are already compatible with the platform. “With Vidyps, we’ve pushed the envelope, making our delivery technology open to any record company or distributor. Now every company has the ability to be able to easily delivery mass amounts of content to their digital media partners with easy usability. We are very excited to be able to offer this technology to other record companies and distributors worldwide. ” said Kevin Rivers, Founder and CEO of Xeinge.
“Vidyps makes delivering your music to the music stores faster, easier, and more convenient. Now any record label who has a direct agreement with a digital service can easily deliver their music contents automatically, using this state-of-the-art technology.” said Vladimir Milicev, Senior Vice President of Technology of Xeinge