Miami, FL – ODILO announces the launch of OdiloPlace, their digital content marketplace featuring titles from publishers such as ABDO, Atlantic Publishing, Book View Café, Diversion Books, Encyclopedia Britannica, Enslow Publishers, HarperCollins Publishers, Little Pickle Press, Macmillan, Open Road Media, Prologue, Simon & Schuster, Rowman & Littlefield, Untreed Reads Publishing, Xist Publishing, and many others. Additional titles from other big, mid, and small publishers are expected soon. ODILO products and services allow libraries to better manage digital content, integrate a mix of content sources, and distribute high-quality content to patrons in mere seconds. Unlike other expensive content management systems, ODILO offers flexible and affordable pricing, along with bestselling books in a variety of languages.
OdiloPlace will debut with over 60,000 titles, covering in-demand subjects such as autobiography, biography, business and economics, comics and graphic novels, education, fiction, health and wellness, non-fiction, and more. Titles from HarperCollins Publishers are available for 26 lends, and can be renewed afterwards. Titles from Macmillan are available to libraries for two years or 52 lends (whichever comes first). Titles from Simon & Schuster are available for one year. All other titles are available on a perpetual one-user, one-copy license.
With ODILO's strong presence in Spanish speaking countries, high quality Spanish language content from reputable publishers, along with top circulating eBooks from Spain and Latin America libraries, are also part of the catalog. In fact, North American customers will be able to read Spanish bestsellers at the same time as Spanish customers. Through a partnership with Prologue, OdiloPlace customers also have access to eBooks in French, with German, Portuguese, and Italian coming soon.
To simplify and streamline the selection and purchase process, OdiloPlace offers library customers several curated collections of popular titles. Competitive pricing allows customers to use their savings for other essential library needs or additional digital content. ODILO is dedicated to providing an open ecosystem where libraries can buy books from the marketplace, along with publishers and digital content providers of their choice (with no technical restrictions). eBooks are compatible with numerous devices, including Android devices, eReaders (Kobo, SONY, and NOOK), iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch, Kindle Tablets, Macs, NOOK Tablets, PCs, and smartphones. In addition, while the digital content and publisher relations continues to grow, the ODILO system provides essential collection management tools, such as statistic and analytic reports.
To learn more about ODILO's unique content management system, a free webinar, entitled "The Digital Content Revolution is Here" with renowned eBook specialist James LaRue, will take place on Wednesday, January 14, 2015, at 1pm ET. Learn more or register here.
For more information about OdiloPlace, please visit http://marketplace.odilo.us. To learn about all of ODILO's products and services, visit http://www.odilo.us.
ODILO is a privately held Spanish and USA based company dedicated to developing the most innovative and creative solutions for libraries. As one of the leading solutions in Europe and Latin America, ODILO offers a comprehensive product suite for the discovery, management, and distribution of library print and digital materials. Currently being used in 43 countries, ODILO defines and designs efficient, user-friendly solutions, serving the needs of public, private, university, school, and special interest libraries, while enabling them to transition into the future. ODILO is headquartered in Madrid, Spain, with offices in Cartagena, Spain; Miami, Florida; Mexico City, Mexico; New York, New York; and Denver, Colorado. Details on all products and services can be found at http://www.odilo.us.