Olive Mobile Archive (OMA) allows publishers and content providers to join the “mobile revolution” by providing accessibility to their Olive ActivePaper Archive on HTML5-compatible mobile devices.
OMA enables publishers and libraries to sell directly to subscribers and bypass “app stores.” This eliminates lengthy approval procedures, loss of revenue, and burdensome updating processes. OMA enables publishers and other content owners to retain 100% of the revenue and customer contact information while avoiding third party approval processes and fees. Create incremental advertising revenue opportunities and subscriber interest by inserting advertisers’ new (or old) audio and video ad clips into the OMA viewing frame or by embedding them within the archived content.
OMA is an HTML5-compatible application designed to run across many mobile device platforms. HTML5 provides a robust and flexible software development environment that Olive has harnessed to create the industry’s first integrated suite of archive viewing solutions. The more notable advantages of HTML5 are:
OMA enables access to historical publications from mobile devices by professional researchers, genealogists, authors, editors, students, and casual information seekers. The OMA user interface provides a productive, engaging navigation experience that appeals to a broad user demographic. The searching experience is powerful enough for professional researches, yet easy to use for the casual user.
With OMA, publishers and libraries can enjoy complete and direct access to user analytics through its Google Analytics integration. Olive can interface OMA with most standard e-commerce and authentication systems. Depending on the complexity of the system and the customer’s needs, these integrations can be accomplished as part of the standard setup or through a custom services program.