Content is one of an association's most valuable assets. We are excited for the opportunity to help our clients leverage it to the fullest.
Madison, WI (PRWEB) June 13, 2013
Omnipress, provider of educational content solutions for associations, is excited to announce the release of its new Digital Publishing Platform (DPP). This platform, designed to host a wide body of content ranging from course materials, standards, policy books, and session handouts to magazines, journals, and directories, includes a myriad of publishing features like full-text and faceted search, access control, subscription management, digital rights management, and eCommerce.
“The DPP was developed specifically to help associations manage the changing environment of the publishing world. With all of the transformation in how content is distributed and consumed by users, we know associations were having a difficult time keeping up,” states Steve Manicor, Vice President of Business Development. The DPP was developed so an association doesn’t have to make a large capital investment to offer a complete publishing solution to its members. It is designed to scale, based on use; some associations may host a single publication, while others create a complete eLibrary of content. With the DPP, you only pay for what you use.
The Omnipress Digital Publishing Platform offers associations many features and options that are often only available in costly, custom-designed systems. Omnipress lets associations do what they do best – provide valuable information and resources to members – while remaining flexible enough to meet members’ needs and budget-conscious enough to satisfy the board.
According to Product Director Sean Lawler, “Our new Digital Publishing Platform offers robust access control and eCommerce subscription management while providing an intuitive user experience with faceted search, so your content is only a few clicks away.”
By moving content online, associations gain more control over who sees which materials, based on role, membership level, or paid subscription. The DPP provides a platform for associations to do that without tying up valuable IT resources.
Omnipress COO Tracy Gundert says, “This exciting new platform allows our clients to optimize and monetize their valuable content and allow users to consume materials across a variety of media and devices. Content is one of an association’s most valuable assets. We are excited for the opportunity to help our clients leverage it to the fullest.”
For more information, visit Omnipress.com, where you can also subscribe to our Big Ideas Blog, which will feature posts about the new product over the next few weeks. Omnipress can also be found on Facebook,Twitter, and LinkedIn.