ebrary offers SaaS for government documents

April 13th, 2010 · by spolanka · No Comments

Last week, ebrary announced the availability of Software as a Service (SaaS) for government documents.  According to the press release, “With ebrary’s SaaS, agencies, institutes, and centers can transform any PDF documents into searchable, highly interactive databases that can be integrated into master sites, providing a seamless way for end-users to find the important information they need online.”Key Features and Benefits of ebrary’s SaaS for Government Documents include:
•    Ability to seamlessly integrate multiple databases – Each department can maintain its identity and integrate information from other relevant sources.
•    Capable of processing thousands of documents a day
•    Multiple options for searching, navigating, and browsing
•    ebrary InfoTools™, which turns every word into a portal to additional information on the web
•    Notes and highlights
•    Ability to copy/paste and print text with automatic citations and URL hyperlinks back to the source
•    Personal bookshelves with moveable folders that can be emailed to others
•    Comprehensive usage statistics
•    No Reader required with QuickView.

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