Headquartered in New York with R&D in Herzlia, Israel, SharedBook enables companies, institutions, educators and consumers to dynamically produce personalized and customized books and documents with its patented publishing and compilation platform. SharedBook's browser-enabled technology is used by:
Our core application was brought to market in late 2005. Due to the extraordinary flexibility of the core application, our business encompasses three related yet distinct product lines.
SharedBook specializes in integrating and publishing data from a variety of sources through its own proprietary creation tools.
Our trade publishing partners use SharedBook to provide consumers with the opportunity to make their favorite books even more special through the addition of personalized pages.
SharedBook's customization capabilities allow users to select from chunks of content to create their own books. See www.legacy.com for an example of a custom publishing partner.
AcademicPub.com adapts the SharedBook platform for the purpose of enabling educators and institutions to create course materials quickly, easily, and with greater access to content than previously possible, all in just minutes.
Online and Digital Content
SharedBook's Reverse Publishing capability allows users to select the Web content they would like to keep in permanent form. As an example, see Blog2Print, SharedBook's blog printing platform.
Policy makers, nonprofits, educators, and special-interest communities can use SharedBook's platform to allow their members or constituents to engage in an online dialogue on bills, rules, research and other important documents. A permanent record of the conversation can be preserved as a professionally printed book or PDF download. See www.shareddoc.com to experience SharedBook's collaboration capabilities.
Core to SharedBook's technology platform is the ability to integrate complex structured data from various Web and intranet sources into a shared space, where it can be published in various forms; both online and offline.