Chemical Industries Press (CIP), China signs MOU with CDI
November 29th, 2012 – Beijing, China
CDI has announced the signing of an MOU with Chemical Industries Press (CIP), one of the largest publishing houses in China, producing a wide range of content for a broad readership distributed over a vast network of market channels. Pursuant to the MOU, the CDI will assist its partner in transforming its traditional business into a cutting edge e-publishing platform, enabling the distribution of the entire CIP content library across all forms of digital media. CDI expects to enter into further agreements with other content owners in the large and fast-emerging Chinese market.
CDI was recently invited to join the prestigious Sino-Israel Technology Innovation Center (SITIC), a joint Sino-Israeli program dedicated to select Israeli companies a business development platform and related resources within the Chinese market. Operating within the SITIC program, CDI has opened an office in an innovation and technology park in Beijing, and has launched its efforts into the broader Chinese market.
“We are honored to be able to work with our first client in China,” said CDI’s CEO, Itzhak Levit, “Our NetIS platform is an enabling technology designed exactly for clients like this who are in the traditional publishing business with a vast library looking for ways to both protect, distribute and monetize their assets over the Internet.”
About CDI Systems and NetIS™ e-Publishing Platform
CDI Systems is a private high-tech company founded in 1992, headquartered in Jerusalem, Israel. CDI focuses on the development of a unique and innovative online publishing platform - NetIS™, the company has successfully deployed scores of solutions for the Internet, Intranet, Mobile Internet, DVD/CD-ROMs, tablets and eReader devices.
Deployments range from global giants such as Dun & Bradstreet from Japan to the United States, government contracts, the European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & Healthcare (EDQM), to publishing houses. Please visit www.cdisys.com to learn more.
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Established in January, 1953, Chemical Industry Press (CIP) is one of the oldest central government level publishers, engaging in the publication of STM, educational, trade books, as well as electronic publications and scientific periodicals. After nearly 60 years of growth, CIP excels in the publication of general science, and is one of the better known and trusted brands in China, with a relatively large market share; in addition, CIP has been named as one of the “top one hundred publishers in China”.
Currently, CIP has 12 publishing subsidiaries specializing in areas such as chemical industry and material, environment and architecture, biology and medicine, life and health, mechanics and electronics, business management and humanities, higher education, professional education, scientific periodicals, and digital publishing. In addition, CIP is also equipped with a sales company, a printing company, as well as six management centers engaged in information, external cooperation, finance, property, as well as several other offices. Emphasizing quality, efficiency, and speed in its developmental strategy, CIP has grown at an ever rapid rate while enjoyed an improvement in quality and capital return and has maintained a diverse selection of works.
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