June 08, 2016
Thomson Reuters Launches ProView eBook Platform in the Turkish Professional & Academic Sectors
Ankara, Turkey – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch in Turkey of ProView, the first eReader platform specifically built for professional and academic use.
Thomson Reuters ProView is a first-of-its-kind, professional eBook platform that provides delivery and use anywhere, anytime, of specialized professional content published by Thomson Reuters and market leading publishers. It provides advanced features such as full-text search, secured notes and highlights, content sharing capabilities, and content updating. ProView leverages Thomson Reuters best-in-class content from across its global markets, as well as content from market leading publishers around the world, providing a single, unique platform for professional eBooks. ProView eBooks are published in six languages across five continents. ProView is available for iPadâ and AndroidTM tablets, SurfaceTM tablets and for Windowsâ and Macâ computers.
The publishing sector is experiencing strong growth in Turkey. A significant segment of the publishing sector is dominated by professional and academic publications which are steadily increasing each year. eBooks offer the professional and academics sector in Turkey a variety of titles through advanced technologies and distribution networks.
“We’re excited to improve the user experience for professionals and academics in accessing library content,” said Nadim Najjar, Managing Director, Thomson Reuters. “The ProView solution caters to the exciting emerging trends in Turkey especially as publishing houses roll out innovative state-of-the-art programs and the professional and academic sectors implement new e-solutions technologies.”
“As one example, university leaders are focused on developments that help achieve their strategic policies, enhance research performance, and reduce costs,” Najar added. “eBooks address all these strategic priorities and help academic organizations maintain their competitive edge in today’s digital world.”
End users will have faster, more convenient access to ProView titles within a library, and ProView library managers will have an automated solution that enables them to quickly and cost-effectively manage their collection of academic titles. Furthermore, library managers can now easily update thousands of titles across their library, assuring that their users always have the latest ProView title information. .
Information on ProView and its numerous reference and professional development titles can be found at https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/en.html. Information can be found in Spanish at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/es.html; in Portuguese at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/pt.html; and in French at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/fr.html.
Thomson Reuters ProView is available for iPad users at the Apple® App Storesm, Android tablet users at Google Play, and for Windows and Mac users at https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/en.html.
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