Quebec, November 26, 2013 – De Marque announces a new product from its Cantook line of online services: Cantook Station, an innovative online service to create a custom digital documentation center for organizations and associations of all sizes.
Born from the success of pretnumerique.ca, the public library lending service developed in collaboration with BiblioPresto, De Marque’s Cantook Station will be offered as a turnkey solution for associations or companies. Whether they are looking to build a lending library or a custom bookstore of digital books for its members or employees, Cantook Station can do it quickly while remaining compliant with copyright agreements.
“Cantook Station is the natural extension of the development we began with various players involved with ebook lending. Our desire is to get books easily available to readers, like through their workplace for instance, while respecting the standards already established by the industry,” said Marc Boutet, President and CEO of De Marque.
Organizations using Cantook Station can purchase ebooks from a catalogue of thousands of titles. From there, it is possible to choose to sell the titles via a customized bookstore or authorize users to view and borrow the ebooks, all in accordance with distribution licenses. Usage and sale statistics are also available. Based entirely on the web, Cantook Station requires no installation and can be personalized with the logo and colors of the organization.
Cantook Station will be deployed in January 2014 in French Canada and will be available in English, Spanish and Italian during the course of 2014. A demo version is available by visiting demarque.cantookstation.com
De Marque is a leader in the field of cultural digital content distribution, in particular digital books. The company has enjoyed sustained growth and relies on Cantook, its cutting-edge technology platform, and a strategy based on the development of partnerships with key players in each of the markets it has entered.
Cantook Station is a subscription-based digital documentation center. It allows for an organization to acquire digital books, which, in turn, can be used to build a lending library or a personalized bookstore for its members, users or employees.
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