SharedBook Inc. Introduces ConsoliDoc, A New Service That Allows Individuals And Organizations To Create Custom Documents From Multiple Sources In Minutes
NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SharedBook Inc., parent company of ConsoliDoc, has launched what is said to be the first custom aggregator for the real time delivery of content from multiple sources. The announcement was made by SharedBook CEO, Caroline Vanderlip.
Available immediately, ConsoliDoc is targeted at any organization or individual desiring to easily and professionally pull content from different sources into one, easily distributed or printed file. ConsoliDoc allows users to upload their own content, pull from tweets, blogs, and the web, and with a few clicks, create a custom document that is paginated with a table of contents, composed, and delivered within seconds to their desktop.
Now in Beta testing, this tool is available to individual users at no cost. The Pro Version, available for an annual or 6 month license fee, allows an enterprise to co-brand their site and customize the finished document to reflect the specific presentation rules of their organization. In addition, users of the Pro Version can pull content from both their own libraries and the web.
File types such as PDFs, Word and PowerPoint can be uploaded, allowing users to include their own materials within the custom published final product, presented digitally or in print. Blogs and tweets can also be easily included. The Pro Version also allows users to pull articles from the web, which are then formatted, with all ads and extraneous information eliminated.
"For both archive and presentation needs, ConsoliDoc provides complete flexibility and the ability to provide custom communications," said Caroline Vanderlip, CEO of SharedBook.
About SharedBook and ConsoliDoc
SharedBook's technology platform assembles, composes, prices and delivers custom books for educators, consumers, online publishers and corporate enterprises. ConsoliDoc, built especially for individuals and organizations, allows for immediate creation and inclusion of custom materials from anywhere, such as web articles, self-generated content, or with material from Proprietary Libraries. Headquartered in New York since 2004, SharedBook Inc. is privately held and can be found at www.sharedbook.com. ConsoliDoc can be accessed at www.consolidoc.com.
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