CDI Systems is a leading, software technology company based in Jerusalem’s high-tech industrial park, Har Hotzvim. The company is managed by experienced and successful e-publishing professionals, and offers many services including technology licensing and complete turnkey projects.
NetIS™, CDI Systems’ core technology, is a comprehensive ecommerce end-to-end platform for the secure distribution and sales of digital content. NetIS integrates DRM (Digital Rights Management), WCM (Web Content Management), information retrieval and e-commerce tools into a single, seamless platform, allowing for a full array of sales models. NetIS also includes a proprietary embedded SEO set of algorithms which can pull extremely high rankings for digital content on popular search engines like Google, Yahoo and Baidu.
The digital revolution is impacting every industry, in particular, industries that historically have relied upon the written word to convey information like traditional publishing houses. Thus, CDI Systems’ customer base includes companies in different fields such as traditional publishers shifting to online publishing, publishers of professional & academic books, marketing and analysis information, market research, medical standards, legal information, patents and much more…
Previously, CDI Systems enabled Takdin to become Israel’s leading provider of legal content with a database of over 3M documents. Currently, Takdin is a “must have” database being operated and used by more than three thousand law offices, ministries, the court system and 30,000 private & state Attorneys.
In recent years, CDI Systems has developed overseas by partnering with SI in different countries. Finally, in 2014, CDI Systems established a subsidiary in Beijing, operating in Z-Park innovation and Technology Park. Since then, the company has signed agreements with publishing houses in China to transform their traditional businesses into cutting edge, online operations, which has enabled the distribution of their entire content libraries across all forms of digital media.