Do you think that it would be too expensive to have your own platform? Think again.
PubFactory can provide everything you need: support for any kind of content—books, reference works, journals—in either PDF or XML format, and at a price point that you can afford. As your needs grow, so does PubFactory. PubFactory can provide alternate revenue streams through custom publishing and targeted marketing efforts with our SiteGen module.
Why should you choose PubFactory?
It serves your needs.
Are you using aggregators and getting a small percentage for each book? Are you unable to make the small customizations that could make a big difference for your content? Consider PubFactory. Not only does it offer a complete and comprehensive book, reference and journal solution, but our unparalleled customer service and ability to customize to your needs are unique in the industry.
One of the great benefits of having your own platform is having direct contact with your customers – this will be a key to not just surviving but thriving in the new online world.
The PubFactory difference.
PubFactory has always excelled at providing beautiful custom interfaces and features. We've brought that sensibility to the design and feature of the core platform. That way you know that your users will be well-served with a beautiful and functional design. As your needs expand over time, your platform can grow with you.
We've added a number of different pricing options to help our University Press customers have more flexibility. Whether you have a few books or a few thousand, PubFactory has a price-competitive option to suit your needs.
It's a long-term solution.
PubFactory is ideally suited to grow with your needs over time. We are committed to enriching the platform with new and innovative features on a consistent and on-going basis. Support for all different content types – from journals to books to reference works – is built deeply into the platform architecture. The platform includes modules that are designed to support you as your needs grow – be it through the turn key production of new branded sites with our SiteGen module, or unlocking new revenue streams through our custom publishing module – PubFactory has advanced features ready and waiting when you need them.
What are people saying about the PubFactory team?
Reveal Digital's Independent Voices
We'd like to thank the entire PubFactory development team at Safari Books Online for their efforts in making Independent Voices a reality. We've worked with a lot of development groups over the years and PubFactory gets it!
— Jeff Moyer, Reveal Digital Founder
University Press Scholarship Online
We knew that re-launching our flagship OSO product while simultaneously expanding it to deliver content through our UPSO offering would be a tall order for any developer. [The PubFactory team] delivered these mission-critical products on time and on budget.
— Scott Beebe, Online Publishing Manager for Oxford University Press
De Gruyter Online
Logistically, it was immensely challenging to replace multiple websites with one. [The PubFactory team] was the best partner to handle this task.
— Dr. Sven Fund, Managing Director of De Gruyter
The IMF generates a wealth of analysis and research on the global economy. The PubFactory platform made our recent and archived content much more accessible to our audiences.
— Sandy Donaldson, Publisher at the IMF
MLA Literary Research Guide
Working with [the PubFactory team] to create an online reference site has been a pleasure. We enjoyed our weekly calls with the development team, whose intelligence and creativity helped transform our wish list into an elegant, full-featured site. I look forward to working with them again!
— Judith Altreuter, Director of Print and Electronic Production for the Modern Language Association
Oxford Dictionaries Online
We are delighted to have worked with [the PubFactory team] in developing Oxford Dictionaries Online. This was a large custom-built project with complex data needs, and [the PubFactory team] excelled in building an enticing and intuitive interface with underlying data sophistication and robust technology.
— Judy Pearsall, Head of Dictionaries, Oxford University Press