Silva Screen Records Select MPP Global To Power Online eCommerce
Silva Screen Records Group, one of the U.K.’s most renowned names in film music, has selected MPP Global to power its online eCommerce platform. Silva Screen has opted to utilise MPP Global’s iShop Professional and iShop Mobile services to sell a combination of physical, digital and mobile products.
iShop gives Silva Screen a multitude of exciting functionality, including customer wish-lists, multi-currency, Paypal payments, eWallet capabilities and loyalty credits, which reward customers for purchasing from the site and encourage additional shopping. The shop can be found at http://www.silvascreen.co.uk.
Reynold D’Silva, Silva Screen’s Managing Director said: “The decision to use MPP Global’s iShop services was taken due to its vast eCommerce expertise and experience in the music and media sectors. Its client list speaks for itself and iShop is extremely flexible enabling Silva Screen to offer everything from CD’s to digital albums and ringtones to our customers all over the world. The mobile angle means we can now sell products through a whole new channel.”
Paul Johnson, CEO at MPP Global comments: “We are extremely delighted to be working with Silva Screen Records Group. The iShop products are ideal as they allow proven functionality to be embedded into online stores, giving consumers the benefit of purchasing any type of product with ease. MPP Global look forward to a long and successful partnership with such a highly regarded company in the UK.”
About Silva Screen
Since it’s founding in 1986 Silva Screen has released over 400 albums on eight associated labels, covering Original Soundtracks and New Recordings of Classic Film and TV Music, Classical, Opera, Rock, Contemporary Jazz and World Music.
As well as Original Film Soundtracks; Dolby Surround Sound Recordings of collections of Film and Television Music have garnered awards and commendations from all around the world, including the prestigious GRAMOPHONE Award for “Best Film Music Album” – THE LADYKILLERS – in 1996. “No other company produces such consistently fine interpretations of Film Music”