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ebrary Announces New SaaS for Government Documents

From the announcement:

ebrary®, a leading provider of digital content products and technologies, today announced the availability of Software as a Service (SaaS) for governments that makes information much more discoverable. With ebrary’s SaaS, agencies, institutes, and centers can transform any PDF documents into searchable, highly interactive databases that can be integrated into master sites, providing a seamless way for end-users to find the important information they need online.

:headscratch: Why shouldn't they just put the PDFs online, and let Google provide this service?

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