Royalties Management

Tigunia Royalties Management for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central was designed to remove typical design constraints and offer as many unlimited setups and options as possible. For example, there is no limitation between a Brand and a Sub Brand. Any Brand can have as many child brands (sub brands) as desired, and each of those can have as many child brands as desired. Contracts are a separate entity and can be assigned to a given Brand. There can be multiple contracts assigned to a Brand with multiple Payees per Contract.
Another important design aspect is that this Add-on can be installed at any time and still be able to report on data. There is no wait time after implementation before the data is usable.

Get Started with Tigunia Royalties Management

Tigunia Royalties Management for Dynamics 365 Business Central does not have any special setup steps to follow, but the system does rely on having the right data. The links at the bottom of this page will take you to documentation that describes the data structure, using some sample data to illustrate how the Royalty Management data can be configured.
The Tigunia Royalties Management options are available from the top menu on the Business Manager Role Center, as shown in the next screenshot:

Note – The Royalty menu is only available on the Business Manager Role Center. Additional Role Centers may be identified in the future.
Tigunia Royalties Management includes the tables listed below. To look at the details of the user scenarios, click on the link on each line to open the document that relates to that table.
  • Royalty Setup is used to define the parameters of the Royalties Management functionality
  • Regions are used in Tigunia Royalties Management to define where Items are sold from, and where they are sold to
    • Origin Regions are used to define the regions where the items are sold from. Origin Regions are linked to Locations in standard Business Central
    • Sell Regions are the regions that items can be sold to. Sell Regions are linked to Countries in standard Business Central
  • Licensors are people who or entities that own Brands
  • Brands are defined in a hierarchical manner. Since they are always owned by a Licensor, access to the top level brands is provided on the Licensor List or Card pages.
    • Sub Brands are defined by their Parent Brand. There can be an unlimited number of levels in this hierarchical structure of Brands
    • Brands are then finally linked to Items through Brand Items
  • Payees are entities to which royalty checks are paid to. They are linked to Vendors in standard Business Central
  • Contracts are created to record the terms under which royalties are calculated. A number of entities that are related to Contracts are used to specify the details of those royalties

For definitions of commonly used terms throughout this documentation, visit our Definitions page.