Publishing Industry

With NetIS, Publishers are able to establish their own B2C business and run all the operations from one interface. Publishers can build they own brand as a player in the digital world, collect and analyze crucial information about their customers and keep the 100% of income for themselves. Publishers can upload their books and respective metadata and allow users to purchase electronic, print and Print on Demand edition of their books or a combination of both – digital & print. NetIS is provided with NetIS Reader, a native application that was developed to enable accessing content on tablets, desktop computers and mobile devices. NetIS Reader can be re-branded for each Publisher and prevents the unauthorized distribution of their ebooks. Furthermore, NetIS provides a unique solution to specifically sell books to universities. University can subscribe to a subset of the books offered by a specific Publisher, allowing students to read online, without forcing the universities to subscribe to the whole books database. Even further, the number of pages that can be printed can be limited, making it an unreasonable hassle to pirate the books. NetIS can be also easily integrated with books stock.

A state of the art website for the distribution and sales of digital, printed, and POD (Print on Demand) books.

Right now offers more than 5,1 Million titles in 120 languages, coming from multiple countries, many of them are unpublished, or difficult to find.

The Responsa Project of Bar Ilan University, awarded Israel Prize for the year of 2007, is the world’s largest electronic collection of Torah literature of its kind. The Online Responsa encompasses the best of the Jewish sources representing a period of over three thousand years of heritage and tradition. All texts are fully and professionally typed in, proofread and hyper-linked.

Magnes Press – The publishing house of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and considered the highest academic standard. Over the years, Magnes Press has published a growing array of books by Israel scholars in cooperation with academic publishers abroad.

Bookebook, is a new and innovative website that specializes in books whose content is related to the Israeli essence and includes among others, history, science, archeology, dictionaries, Judaism, medicine and healing, humor cooking, children & teen books and more.

This book series publishes books and research monographs on culture and society in Israel. All monographs – which are based on original research and go through a rigorous review process –attempt to delineate intellectual fields, to identify lacuna, and to generate open academic and public dialogue over those issues.

TerraFoto offers a helicopter-eye’s view of high resolution photographs of archaeological sites throughout the Greater Middle East.

The Shazar Center aims to promote research of the history of the Jewish people in the Diaspora and to foster Jewish historical consciousness in the spirit of the personal legacy and endeavors of President Zalman Shazar.

Institute of Talmudic Research of the Jewish Theological Seminary and Bar Ilan University’s Institute for Computeriza¬tion in Jewish Life. This new resource upgrades and integrates the three Judaic studies databases developed by these institutions:

  1. The Sol and Evelyn Henkind Talmud Text Databank.
  2. The Index of References Dealing with Talmudic Literature, offering pinpointed citations from hundreds of classic and modern scholarly works directly related to the specific selected passage within Talmudic literature.
  3. Primary Textual Witnesses to Tannaitic Literature.

The Bibliography of the Hebrew Book encompasses bibliographic records covering approximately 90% of all the books published in the Hebrew languages, in over a period of 500 years – from 1470 to 1960. The Bibliography of the Hebrew Book contains more than 141,000 records, including over 15,000 biographies of the authors. 


Cotar Online is a comprehensive and unique repository of articles which provides answers to fundamental and daily Halachic questions. The repository presently contains more than 10,000 articles collected from hundreds of periodicals and Torah sources published between 1970 and 2003.