A new anti-piracy alert app has been launched in Lagos. This app was unveiled some days ago at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Festac town which saw the gathering of key players in the movie industry and relevant regulatory bodies.
The app was created by Transerve Disc Technology Ltd to include DVD5 and DVD 9 replication, glass mastering stamper and a Job Alert Management System (JAMS) to help alert copyright owners whose jobs are registered through SMS and email of any order placed on their products. The app gives at least two hours to confirm authorization from owners of creative works.
Speaking on the war against piracy and its new JAMS product, the Managing Director, Transerve, Mr. Orapo Cyprian noted that their mission is to create and maintain a pace setting organisation by adapting technology to customers’ needs which is finished with transcending excellent services. He continued, “Apart from setting benchmarks by expanding the frontiers of excellent products and services in the optical media industry, we adapt technologies to meet our customers’ needs.”
On the benefit of installing the app, he said, “JAMS alerts our customers on all stages of production and track all our production processes from the comfort of their homes, offices and cars on- the- go through their electronic mobile devices, laptops and computer. This alert is similar to bank account alerts you receive. This is transparency in action.” He added reassuringly that Nigerians, especially job seekers,will experience a new era with the eradication of piracy of jobs.