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01.10.2013

Individual IT Solutions and Consulting Services

NEWBOOKS Solutions: The Launch of An Innovative IT System and Solution House

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With the foundation of NEWBOOKS Solutions GmbH, Amr Osman, former Managing Director of Sack Media Group and Moritz Hodde, founder of NEWBOOKS Services take a new approach to development of software solutions for the publishing industry.

At least equally important: A competent and industry-specific consulting service that focuses on the strategic direction of the IT system landscape and online offerings for publishers and booksellers. "The need in the publishing industry has grown through rapid technical development and digitisation. Customers often suffer under the historically evolved stand-alone solutions, the ever more complex interfaces and overall heterogeneous IT system landscapes. This is where our consulting services come in—that includes, of course, project management with adherence to schedule and budget," explained NEWBOOKS Solutions’ CEO Osman.

The new company offers many different services and products as well as providing full service ‘from a single source’: sophisticated website programming and shop solutions, e-Procurement solutions, ONIX tools, converter technology, automatic methods for the quality improvement of metadata, process optimisation, ergonomic metadata management, managed new title alerts, library solutions, and many more.

Whether it is a procurement- or a database solution that has been developed to suit a client’s specific needs, our customers know that they will receive tailor-made IT solutions, that workflows will be streamlined and optimised, and that common business processes will be transferred into intelligent software. "Our goal is to help our customers manage their daily tasks quickly, easily and systematically. Our professional solutions and specialised consulting services make that possible. The results are growth and competitive advantage,"said Hodde, CEO of NEWBOOKS Solutions.

NEWBOOKS Solutions commences business on 1 October 2013.

 

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