Facebook store providers announce distributor alliances

By | Published on Tuesday 8 May 2012


ONErpm, a US digital firm that provides a ‘social commerce platform’, has announced new partnerships with music distributors INgrooves, Naxos and IRIS Distribution, which will see the three distribution firms offer the facility to their labels and artists to operate Facebook-based music stores utilising ONErpm’s technology. Music represented by the three distributors will also appear in ONErmp’s own online download store, which sells music in both MP3 and WAV formats.

ONErpm CEO Emmanuel Zunz told CMU: “Labels often face technical and legal barriers when selling their music directly on Facebook. By partnering with their distributors, we have overcome these hurdles so that labels can immediately start selling music on the world’s largest social network”.

Confirming their deal with ONErpm, INgrooves’ SVP & Managing Director Of International Alex Branson added: “We are impressed with ONErpm’s ability to provide our clients with the flexibility and ease of use to install an unlimited number of Facebook stores and manage everything from one place”.