embuk is an innovative tool designed for publishers, marketing departments, advertising agencies and PR that provide content distribution services in paper or electronic form. This solution allows you to create interactive electronic publications rapidly and their unlimited distribution in major electronic channels, including the iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone.What makes the embuk application outstanding? Via embuk you can publish daily newspapers, magazines, books, catalogs, leaflets, comic books, just everything. embuk works freely, regardless of the DTP tools commonly used. It does not matter whether publishers use QuarkXPress or InDesign program in a distribution process, you need only PDF file to create interactive e-publication. embuk is not PDF reader, it only uses this format to create the right e-publication. embuk does not require installing any additional software of publishers, and its use does not require IT knowledge. All the editing tools works with web browser, so the only thing that the publisher needs is a computer with Internet access. embuk gives publishers an opportunity to personalize appearance and functionalities of the application. embuk allows publishers for self-management of pricing and e-publications distribution (i.e. free, paid issues and group distributions - B2B). embuk makes it possible to enrich an e-publication with advertising and media content (galleries, video, audio, HTML content, links). embuk allows publishers to build a central database of readers, and gives opportunity for marketing communication with them. embuk provides sales reports, statistics and data of using the application. embuk allows publishers to create applications of one or multi-title (publisher can create your own kiosk or bookstore).Please visit www.embuk.pl and check embuk platform functionalities.
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