ATLANTA, Aug. 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ebix, Inc. (Nasdaq:EBIX), a leading international supplier of On-Demand software and E-commerce services to the insurance industry, today announced that the Company's A.D.A.M. Health Content Exchange has partnered with Intel to create innovative new medical training programs for Ultrabook™ Devices. As the training requirements in the medical industry increase and budgets are reduced, the need for cost effective, comprehensive medical training has been growing. Those in the medical field—including nurses, doctors, medical students, pharmaceutical representatives, and marketing professionals— realize the benefit from having affordable and readily available medical training materials, over the cloud on an on-Demand basis. In response to this demand, A.D.A.M. has created innovative new cloud-based medical training programs for Ultrabook™ devices, to provide an easy and cost-effective way to learn about complex medical subjects. Through numerous off-the-shelf educational programs, users can learn about and reference the intricacies of human anatomy, physiology, diseases, aspects of the health care environment, and much more; on an on-Demand basis at anytime. A.D.A.M. optimized its series of medical learning programs for the powerful attributes of Ultrabook™ systems, including their touch screen capabilities, Intel® Core™ processors, and high resolution screens. This has resulted in providing complete mobility while providing engaging medical programs with visually compelling graphics, fluid interactivity and an intuitive response. McKay Jackson, Intel Senior Lead Enabling Manager, said, "We are excited to partner with A.D.A.M. to bring innovative, technologies to our enterprise customers. A.D.A.M.'s healthcare and education solutions will complement our strategic focus on delivering healthcare and education solutions on the Windows 8 platform. Our joint efforts with A.D.A.M. will enable us to provide a visually rich display, while utilizing the Intel® Core™ processors to create an engaging new way to learn about health and medicine." Thierry Semoff, VP of Product Development at A.D.A.M., said, "Ultrabook™ devices provide an engaging, visually rich, and powerful platform to learn the complexities of numerous medical fields with the A.D.A.M. off-the-shelf medical learning programs. We are excited to partner with Intel towards providing increased world-wide exposure to our recently launched on-Demand health content portfolio of products and services."