Pine Brook, NJ (PRWEB) January 7, 2005
With an upgraded search feature, book search and price comparison website http://www.Chambal.com readies itself for the changing ISBN standard starting January 2005. Accepting both old and new ISBN formats, Chambal.comÂs unique search capabilities automatically select the appropriate format accepted by a particular bookstore, assuring a successful search across many online retailers.
The new standard adjustments initiate a staggering change in the publishing world by greatly altering the way books are identified. Affecting virtually everyone in the book supply chain, publishers, distributors, wholesalers, booksellers, libraries and any other organizations that record, store or exchange ISBNs will have to ensure that their systems can accommodate and read the 13-digit ISBN by January 2007. Chambal.comÂs cross-format search capabilities prove helpful not only to consumers, but also to publishers and those in book-related industries.
ÂChambal.com offers tools for authors and publishers who wish to find or convert their own 10-digit ISBNs to 13-digit ISBNs for a large amount of books and vice versa,Â says Vice President Sonal Dani.
Far ahead of the competition, Chambal.com offers several exclusive additional features, including:
Â Spelling suggestions for author names and book titles
Â Real time pricing and availability for used books from several online bookstores
Â Real-time pricing from auction sites
Â Search capabilities for multiple versions or releases of the same title
Chambal.com is a registered trademark of Chambal.com Inc, a New Jersey
based company providing online book search and free price comparison services. Chambal.com is continuously expanding and adding more sellers, providing the widest possible range and most accurate selection of book availability and pricing information. Please visit http://www.chambal.com for more information.
Sonal Chulet Dani
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