Re:fine Group And MPP Global Announce Strategic Partnership

MPP Global Posted by MPP Global on Wednesday, 18 January 2012

MPP Global today announced that re:fine Group are the latest addition to their broadening network of commercial partnerships. Upon signing an official agreement today, they announced their strategic partnership to promote each other’s services to existing and potential clients providing a seamless service solution for content owners looking to maximise revenues from their asset library.

MPP Global, the leading provider of payment services and eCommerce solutions to the media and entertainment industries and re:fine Group, industry leaders in file based workflows providing global electronic distribution are well placed to offer joined up distribution and monetisation services for content owners across the world.

SymonRoue, Chairman of re:fine group said, “I am delighted to be partnering with MPP Global. This partnership combines the talents and technologies of two dynamic and leading-edge companies that will ultimately provide our clients with the digital media services they need to digitise and distribute their content and a first-class eCommerce solution that allows them to monetise that content.

“Their experience and expertise in the eCommerce payment sector is easily discernible from their impressive client list and it was a straightforward decision to work with the market leader in this field. We are looking forward to working closely with MPP Globalto enable mutual clients to effectively distribute and monetise content online.”

“We’re delighted to be partnering with such a dynamic company that has a long history of growing entrepreneurial, innovative businesses,” said Paul Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of MPP Global. “re:fine Group and MPP Global understand the power of technology and this arrangement provides clients with access to that technology with a more complete consumer oriented solution covering both distribution and monetisation for which a conjoined approach is essential in the 21st century.”