The move to digital and tablet based solutions in government has been a steady process since 2000 to accommodate those Americans who are disabled and unable to use keyboard technology. Moreover, the Gulf Wars brought tablet based solutions to the forefront of government contracting as the need for highly portable devices in the field rose. Now that tablets and mobile devices are proliferated and almost a standard in use by government agencies, the move to a more accessible ePublishing solution is more in demand than ever. As governments make the move to digital, FlipHTML5 now offers digital government solution to help them create great content, deliver it across any channel and do it both efficiently and securely.
With page flip software provided by FlipHTML5, governments can convert their reports, announcements, and other public documents from a cumbersome PDF document into HTML5 page flip style. Prior to the last few years, government related documents, eBooks, white papers, and reports have been released and distributed to the public either in print or a downloadable PDF file. The Paperwork Reduction Act created an opening for more of a portable eBook or digital document solution in government. PDF documents have been de rigueur for government publishing, however, the ability to read a PDF file on a device is not always possible. Not only does reading PDF files require that people change their attitudes about how to process written information but instead of the natural eye inclination due to years of reading books to go left to right, readers now have to scroll up and down. Flipping book technology is more natural and appreciated by not only the humans reading it but the technology they are using.
Flipping books enable the disabled reader to more effectively process information, as well as, those who happen to have only a tablet based device from which to read an important file or material, thus qualifying for three different federal “acts” regarding paperless, portability, and disabled solutions. “Our digital government solutions now make it easier to communicate vital information to the public,” Winston Zhang, FlipHTML5 CEO tells us. “People are using tablets for many reasons today and being able to pull up an important health periodical from the CDC in a format easier for them to access and read could end up being a matter of life or death in some extreme cases. While not every document will be able disease outbreaks, government information is still something that needs to be produced in a way accessible and easy to read for everyone.”
With multiple and even enterprise solutions of the page flip software available there are solutions that are affordable and usable for local governments, as well as, federal departments and offices.
Company Name: FlipHTML5 Software Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Lailie Tan
City: Hong Kong