Mobile tech provider Realview has been listed among the world’s top 100 leaders in digital innovation by EContent, a global publication for digital thought leaders.
Realview is one of only two Australian companies to be globally recognised amidst US-dominated competition and a handful of disruptive players from Israel, Western Europe and India.
Realview has made its name by developing solutions that enable printers to send their PDF files online, enabling magazine publishers to have their issues on the net. It has many Australian print business aming its customers.
This announcement comes at a time when Realview is carving out a cutting-edge reputation as leaders and disruptors in mobile tech and app solutions, both regionally and globally. It is just launching a new technology that will enable printers to provide their publishing clients with a direct to mobile application.
Richard Lindley, CEO of Realview says, “We are delighted to be globally recognised as a top company in EContent’s list of 100 leading digital companies. As long-standing mobile marketing and publishing experts, we have our finger on the pulse of the latest trends and innovations in this space, both in Australia and overseas, as we expand our reach into new international markets.”
With a 17-year proven track record, Realview have long been ahead of the game in digital innovation. The company has taken the lead in the mobile marketing space with its interactive, streamlined and easy-to-use PDF to HTML mobile tech platform that converts publications into a seamless, mobile-friendly format.
Realview’s latest cutting-edge mobile platform, Partica Mobile, is set to catapult Realview into a new era of innovation and growth. Partica creates fast, interactive mobile web apps by transforming print content into rich, reflowable articles that are optimised first for mobile, but are adaptive across all platforms and devices.
“Even with MarTech start-ups shaking up traditional ways of thinking in the sector, our distinct, stylish and easy-to-use PDF to HTML platform remains disruptive and unrivalled,” says Lindley.
“Our latest design, Partica Mobile, is an ever-evolving solution that stands out in the market: a future-proof, hyper-targeted digital publishing tool that helps companies grow their brand and market across any device, anywhere, anytime.”
As the preferred digital archive publishing platform for US publication The New Yorker, Realview have a growing presence in North America, as well as a strong and established reputation in Australia, providing mobile tech for high-profile publishers National Geographic and NewsCorp.
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