Kendraio is a nonprofit interoperability advocacy initiative. Our mission is to empower people and organisations with the benefits that come from increased interoperability and a culture of data-sharing.

Our current focus is the creative industry, specifically the music business, however, the benefits and transformative attributes of interoperability apply to all areas of public and personal life. Access to large amounts of high-quality data empowers individuals, businesses and governments to make better decisions more quickly and more efficiently. This creates better legislation, products, as well as a more informed population and these things, in turn, lead to healthier economies and better quality of life.

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Media Industry

Musicians, artists, bands, writers, filmmakers, photographers, record labels, managers, all need to manage the production process in more efficient ways. Kendraio is investigating tools to assist with collaborative workflow and rights management.


All code developed within Kendraio is open source and hosted on GitHub. We are reaching out to open source developers to join our ranks to developing game-changing technology for the media industry.

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Kendraio App is an open source dashboard application for rights owners, music makers, managers and record labels, enabling users to manage and track their digital media assets, collaborations and associated rights.The application integrates with collective management organisations, online distribution points and social networks. Kendraio App also enables users to analyse sales reports. The application can be run locally on your laptop or hosted in the cloud. The project is currently funded by the EU and by industry.
An end-to-end reimagining of the interactions between DSPs, artists and consumers and how we monetise music on the web.
The Kendraio Verify project will create an ecosystem enabling more efficient and accurate verification of 'true news'. This project will enable journalists (including photographers and audio/visual creators) to attach a 'tree of credibility' to their stories and media which can then be independently verified by other journalists, news agencies and those people cited/tagged in the stories and media. In the future, we will extend this ability to the public via apps and browser plugins.