READynamic™, a comprehensive eBook solution, now available from Datalogics
Chicago, IL, June 27, 2016 – Datalogics, Inc., the premier source for PDF and eBook technologies for developers, today announced the availability of READynamic™, a comprehensive eBook platform, at the International Society of Technology in Education Annual Conference in Denver, Colorado.
READynamic is a server-to-client solution for enhancing, managing and distributing learning content that can be integrated and customized to work with any content and learning management system. READynamic is a powerful platform that enables educators to bring interactive content into a student’s hands. READynamic includes authoring tools to enhance EPUB2, EPUB3 and PDF content with videos, quizzes, and other multimedia; as well as powerful and customizable eBook readers.
“Many educators today have a vision of bringing an exciting and interactive digital learning experience to their students,” states Ching Yue, Product Manager, Datalogics. “We want to be the leader in this space, and lead an evolution of how eBooks are utilized in the education field. With our extensive history and technology expertise, we are poised to take the classroom experience to the next level.”
Along with READynamic’s classroom use, this solution can also be applied for professional use. Its easy distribution and customization make READynamic an ideal solution for creating and sharing corporate reports, manuals, and promotional & training material.
READynamic is available for in-browser viewing on all major browsers on laptops, desktops and Chromebooks, along with branded native client apps for iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices.
Chicago-based Datalogics, Incorporated, the premier source for PDF and eBook technologies, has dedicated over 45 years to delivering the highest quality software. Datalogics offers solutions that include a wide range of powerful PDF and eBook technologies for .NET, Java, and C/C++ developers. Datalogics is a member of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and the Readium Foundation, and is the Chair of the PDF Association.
For more information, visit datalogics.com