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End the Book Famine

Cloud-based audio content library for organizations supporting people with print disabilities

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Share your books with organizations worldwide

For organizations

  • Give your community access to your content through voice technology
  • Manage your content catalogue and users through one platform
  • Share and receive books with organizations worldwide
  • Improve reporting to stakeholders using customer data and analytics
  • Secure your data and content through reliable cloud hosting

Use voice and smart speakers to access books

For your members

  • Accessible using simple and intuitive voice commands
  • Start playing your book in few seconds – no more long download times
  • Easy to learn and use – no more screens and buttons
  • Access books on any device: smart speakers, smart phones and computers
  • Have access to global and your organisation’s catalogue

Free audiobooks available

Get your organization started

Pilot

  • Over 12 000 free audiobooks
  • Upload up to 100 GB your books
  • Up to 20 users
  • 1 month trial
  • Feasibility Study
  • Full statement of work and quote for full installation

Full Installation

  • Unlimited storage and data transfer
  • Unlimited number of users
  • Content Integration
  • CRM integration
  • Technical Support (24/7)
  • Training and on-boarding

 

Extensions

  • Custom Branding
  • Custom Features
  • Additional Content Types
  • Additional Modules and Extensions

User Stories

“One of the things I miss more than anything is holding a book and reading the printed word on the page.”

“It enables me to read stories again… All I have to do is ask Alexa to play me a book, and she does it.”

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Daphne French (97 years old)
Blind Foundation NZ member

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Trevor Plumbly
Blind Foundation NZ member (link)

“Smart Speakers and AI technology have made a huge difference in how I access information today. Now I can search for books, listen and navigate through books just by speaking simple commands.”

Thomas Bryan

Blind, Sonnar Library user

“Sonnar Library has an enormous potential specially for our organizations in less developed countries.”

Jose Viera

CEO of World Blind Union

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