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Apollon’s technical details

System migration and technical aspects

Together with your specialists BIConcepts analyses existing data repositories and offers a smooth transition to the Apollon database. This is also the perfect time for cleaning up legacy data (deduplication, data validation and consistency). Historical data will be kept in the Apollon data structures.

Technical information

  • IBM® DB2® database server, running on CentOS® Linux®
  • Database and server application runs on in-house server or in the Cloud
  • Easily scalable
  • Client software written in .net, runs on Windows 7 or higher
  • Client software runs in multiple windows on multiple screens
  • Role based authorization
  • Fully customizable user interface language
  • Full logs of all access and changes
     

Who we are

Developed by leading specialists for Information Management

Apollon also works as a Performer ­Management tool with detailed information about ­mandates and line-ups. It offers the ­direct ­integration of IPD via web services, a ­fully implemented SDEG workflow and is ready to integrate the new VRDB2.

About us and our clients

BIConcepts is an IT company and international leading specialist for information ­management. Core competences are the development of standard and individual applications, corporate performance management, data warehouse and content analytics. ­BIConcepts was one out of three companies worldwide who won an IBM Beacon Award for cognitive computing. Our clients are national and international companies like ­Novartis, Lindt & Sprüngli, Sappi Paper or the Federal Computing Centre of Austria.

And international copyright experts for you

BIConcepts has an expert knowledge in handling the collection and distribution of ­neighboring rights, gained while developing software and providing IT services to ­broadcasting corporations, media providers and collecting societies in Austria and ­internationally. The Apollon performer and producer management system is in use by several collecting societies.