For the past 18 months, the team at CloudMatters has built a mobile distribution platform with a first “vertical” catering to Scholarly Journals.  The platform addresses the needs of publishers in general and can be adapted to the following sectors in particular:

  • Financial publishing

  • Product Information Management

  • Healthcare and Insurance

CLOUD CloudMatters primarily uses the Google Cloud Platform to build and host the back end for any mobile app. With an infrastructure that is managed automatically, you can focus on your app.Using Parse, our solution is not only capable of adding a scalable, powerful back end but also launch a full-featured mobile or web app in record time. We have incorporated Parse’s other features such as push notifications, social integration, data storage, ability to improve custom logic to both mobile and web app’s backend using our Cloud Code.

Hybrid apps have the advantage of being deployable across multiple platforms without having to develop them multiple times.Using Cordova, we can help you to get the most of the platform’s (iOS, Android) native capabilities and features. Hybrid apps are written using open standard web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, Javascript. These apps communicate with mobile back ends using web APIs using Google Cloud Endpoints and other REST based API to provide rich functionality and interoperability.


To address the content discoverability challenge, CloudMatters has built a robust framework, that includes cataloging content, enhancing with metadata and indexing to supports efficient discovery. CloudMatters’ solution offers a full-text search feature for quick retrieval of relevant information with an ability to categorize search based on specific fields or filters.

Relevant Research is a unique feature that helps publishers notify their readers whenever a content is added in the catalog. Also, our notification engine can be configured by users to receive notification when content is published that matches their query. Our user event based analytics dashboard can help publishers to understand their reader’s patterns and behaviors (both individually and in aggregate).