Nu-book Launches eReading Technology Platform
Quebec, September 11, 2013 -Nu-book, the leading North American provider of ereading technology platforms for the publishing industry, today announced the release of a suite of solutions for a variety of different publishers, including corporate, retail, catalogue, and book publishers as well as magazines, newspapers-and even book printers.
Nu-book's sophisticated core platform allows publishers to deploy their content on a variety of different devices and platforms, including:
Devices: Desktop computers, tablets, smartphones
OS platforms: iOS, Android, Mac OSX, Windows
App Stores: Apple's App Store, Google Play, Amazon App Store
Nu-book offers a variety of end-to-end solutions and services, including white label apps, publishing tools, custom work, print/ebook combo technology, and more.
Publishers can offer content that can be purchased, rented, or given away for free, depending on their distribution strategies. Supported file formats include: Adobe Flash, HTML 5, ePub, PDF, XML.
The advantages of using Nu-book ereading technology platform over other providers are unquestionable:
§ Security: many providers enable content to be shared freely among reads. If publishers sell content or share confidential information, this can be a huge problem. With Nu-book, publishers are in complete control of your content distribution.
§ Proprietary DRM: No more hefty licensing costs, maintenance fees, professional services, or customer overhead. What's more: readers won't have to struggle with complicated reader authentication or watermarks.
§ User access levels: Whether publishers sell, offer time-based subscriptions, or give their content away, Nu-book can manage any type of user access and user profile
§ Publishing tool: Publishers can now enrich their content-without investing in additional resources or time. The tool enables users of all levels to add hyperlinks, sound, video, and more to their content.
§ Business intelligence: Nu-book's platform provides real-time statistics on reader usage, which give publishers vital information into what content is working-and what is not.