RE: Marketing Question

From: Randy Saaf <>
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 13:53:16 -0700

It is always good to have past data if it is not too much of a load. We
would like to eventually upsell this. So, if we can keep collecting
data without screwing up our system, we should. If it is too much of a
load, then we shouldn't. If it will only require a few more computers,
then we should.

In the short term it is most important to get protected projects in and
all the login info.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Grodsky
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 1:20 PM
To: Randy Saaf; Octavio Herrera
Cc: Jay Mairs; Andrew Kim
Subject: Marketing Question

Octavio and Randy,

Should the MI system continue collecting data while a project is turned
off but not display those data? Imagine 50 Cent is protected in 2007,
then they turn him off for a while before turning him back on for
catalog. If data collection is on that time, then we're spending
resources on it (though not displaying data throughout the gap period),
but when UMG activates 50 cent for catalog they can see that gap of
data. If 50 cent is off for a few months, that gap of data could never
be filled in. This is basically a question of how far you want to
position the "you have to protect it to see data" line.

Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:56:07 BST

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