Data Conversion Laboratory’s New ‘Convert On Demand’ Reclaims Dormant Content and Fuels New Revenue
Fresh Meadows, NY -- (May 29, 2012) -- Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), a leading provider of electronic document conversion services, introduces a new online publishing portal that re-energizes previously dormant content into highly accurate digital knowledge that can be searched, reorganized, ported to eBooks, and published in virtually any format; all leading to new revenue streams.
Convert On Demand, DCL’s new Web portal is the second in a series of On Demand portals backed by 30 years of excellence in providing document conversion and digital publishing-related services.
“Silos of content lying dormant within an organization can now be tapped and turned into revenue streams,” said Mark Gross, CEO of DCL. “Older document collections, backlists, newspaper archives are all treasure troves which can be turned into searchable collections, offered much more widely than ever before, and monetized in many new ways,” said Gross.
The new service streamlines the conversion process to give organizations of all sizes an easy way to convert paper, Word, PDF, HTML or SGML documents into more powerful digital storehouses of content using XML, ASCII, Word, HTML and most other formats.
DCL's proven automated conversion method produces the highest quality data, consistently tagged with a 99.99 percent error-free guarantee. Its experienced US-based project management team, 24 / 7 client tracking system, and multi-level quality assurance means converted materials are delivered on-time, are ‘ready to go’ and need no additional fixing.
Providing the capacity for high-volume and expert service, even with multi-lingual content, Convert On Demand offers its customers the benefits of the same powerful resources dedicated to more complex, larger projects. EPUB On Demand, which was the first of the On Demand services, is a book-at-a-time conversion service to EPUB, MOBI and HTML5, supporting all popular eReader devices.
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