For over 15 years Amnet has provided publishers with precise and efficient EPUB conversion services.

Digital is the buzzword…

EPUB conversion is the most sought after digital conversion format. EPUB’s wide adoption in tablets, smartphones, laptops, and dedicated e-readers makes it the most effective eBook format around the world.

Amnet offers high quality EPUB conversion, defined conversion processes, and market-leading conversion and QC tools.

We offer a complete solution for the print and digital delivery of content that adheres to industry standards, and we have extensive experience in handling complex, high-volume work for leading publishers. We use any input format to create EPUB output files such as optimized EPUB3, enhanced EPUB, fixed-layout-EPUB, Kindle fixed-layout KF8 and enhanced fixed-layout-EPUB.

Our Capabilities:

    • Accessibility Support
    • CSS3/HTML5 
    • Rich layout of other print media (magazines, newspapers)
    • Cross-linking capabilities for content integration (embedding PDF and other media)
    • Multimedia and enhanced e-books (rich media)
    • Global languages including Japanese and Chinese
    • Interacts optimally with languages such as SVG and JavaScript
    • MathML

Amnet adapts to this dynamic industry with constant innovations that help us to deliver digital content with a quick time to market and high accuracy. Our delighted customers are testimony to this relentless pursuit.



"I just wanted to thank you for your excellent work in redesigning my books for Amazon Kindle. I very much appreciate your efficiency (with superfast response times, consistently coming back to me when promised), your willingness to go the extra mile to provide the best possible product for me and your patience. I would have settled for much less but your insistence on delivering excellence, for the very reasonable original quoted price, was very impressive. I would have no hesitation in recommending you or your company to other people looking for a professional job and excellent value for money, for the creation of files for reading on Kindle and other devices."

Ian Cross
Self Publisher