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A software publisher is a publishing company in the software industry between the developer and the distributor. In some companies, two or all three of these roles may be combined (and indeed, may reside in a single person, especially in the case of shareware). Software publishers often license software from the original author-developers with specific limitations, such as a time limit or geographical region for a royalty consideration. The terms of licensing vary enormously, and are typically secret. The Bureau of Labor Statistics code for Software Publishers is 511200.

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  • Distribuidora de software
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  • A software publisher is a publishing company in the software industry between the developer and the distributor. In some companies, two or all three of these roles may be combined (and indeed, may reside in a single person, especially in the case of shareware). Software publishers often license software from the original author-developers with specific limitations, such as a time limit or geographical region for a royalty consideration. The terms of licensing vary enormously, and are typically secret. The Bureau of Labor Statistics code for Software Publishers is 511200.
  • Una distribuidora de software es una empresa que se dedica a mediar entre las de desarrollo de software y los minoristas. Una empresa de desarrollo de software puede acudir a una distribuidora para que ésta se encargue de difundir el producto. En el otro sentido, una distribuidora puede decidir publicar un producto y para ello encargar la elaboración a una empresa de desarrollo. También puede ocurrir que una empresa cumpla ambas funciones: desarrollar y distribuir el software. Las distribuidoras habitualmente venden licencias de software bajo limitaciones temporales y geográficas, y retribuirle regalías a la desarrolladora.
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  • A software publisher is a publishing company in the software industry between the developer and the distributor. In some companies, two or all three of these roles may be combined (and indeed, may reside in a single person, especially in the case of shareware). Software publishers often license software from the original author-developers with specific limitations, such as a time limit or geographical region for a royalty consideration. The terms of licensing vary enormously, and are typically secret. The author-developers may use publishers to reach larger or foreign markets. Typically, the publisher will bear most of the cost of entering these markets. In return they pay the developer an agreed upon royalty payment. The duties of the publisher can vary greatly depending on the agreement reached between the parties. Duties can include: * Translating language elements into the local language * Building demand for the software in the local market * Produce & Design boxed software products * Technical support of the product locally * Advertising in the local market - this includes creating the advertising as well as paying to have it displayed * Develop the many sales channels in order to reach the largest audience * Market the software to the end customers Publishers may also use developers to create software to meet a market need that the publisher has identified. The Bureau of Labor Statistics code for Software Publishers is 511200.
  • Una distribuidora de software es una empresa que se dedica a mediar entre las de desarrollo de software y los minoristas. Una empresa de desarrollo de software puede acudir a una distribuidora para que ésta se encargue de difundir el producto. En el otro sentido, una distribuidora puede decidir publicar un producto y para ello encargar la elaboración a una empresa de desarrollo. También puede ocurrir que una empresa cumpla ambas funciones: desarrollar y distribuir el software. Las distribuidoras habitualmente venden licencias de software bajo limitaciones temporales y geográficas, y retribuirle regalías a la desarrolladora. Las responsabilidades de la distribuidora puede incluir: * Contactar minoristas que hagan llegar el software a los posibles clientes. * Publicitar el software mediante anuncios y eventos. * Traducir el software a los idiomas hablados en el mercado habilitado. * Diseñar y producir el empaque en el caso de distribución física.
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