At DataNZ, we take pride in delivering an exceptional service that stands out in terms of pricing, quality, and turnaround time. While we prefer to let our work speak for itself, we appreciate when others acknowledge our achievements. That’s why we’ve assembled a collection of our most notable projects and customer testimonials, showcasing our commitment to excellence.
Our clientele comes from diverse geographical locations across the globe:
Standards Council of New Zealand, University of Auckland, Victoria University, Waikato University, Massey University, Department of Conservation, Auckland University of Technology, Landcare Research (Lincoln), Macmillan Education, Edify Ltd, Punaromia Publications, Shell New Zealand, Proactive4Health, GS1 New Zealand, Information Logistics Company Ltd, Cosignia, etc.
Department of Veterans Affairs, LexisNexis Australia, University of Melbourne, Monash University, Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Total Health Rejuvenation Program, Insurance Council of Australia, Green Hill Publishing, etc.
United Nations, World Health Organization, UNESCAP, Bangkok, UK House of Commons Library, General Registrar Office, Ireland, National Library of Ireland, Indiana Harvard University, USA, Swedish Library of Talking Books and Braille, University of Michigan, USA, etc.
DataNZ has garnered a reputation for providing exceptional service not only in New Zealand but also internationally. Below are some examples of our accomplished projects:
- Digitisation and scanning of over three million pages of PhD and Masters theses for the University of Auckland Library, Victoria University of Wellington Library, and the Massey University Library.
- Provision of infographics and enhanced visuals for the United Nations Composition Report 2020.
- Conversion of all New Zealand Standards to XML and Quality Assessment testing of XML format standards.
- Accurate data capture and conversion of several typed and handwritten manuscripts in various Australian aboriginal languages into XML format for the University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, and Edith Cowan University.
- Data capture of Accident Compensation referrals for a leading healthcare provider.
- Typesetting services, including composition and layout, for printed and online media for several clients.
- Entry of product data for a global standards organisation’s online nutritional database..
- Data entry of Community Nursing Minimum Data Sets for the Department of Veterans’ Affairs in Woden, ACT.
- Scanning and conversion of 100 volumes of the Journal of the Polynesian Society to XML based on the TEI mark up specification.
- Scanning and XML conversion of multiple Hawaiian and English language resources, now included in Ulukau, the Hawaiian Electronic Library.
Testimonials from some of our customers:
“Your people doing the mark-up do a great job with pretty difficult material”
– John Laurie, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Auckland.
“We at Landcare Research are highly impressed with the work of DataNZ. Their quality, turnaround and price are excellent. We gladly endorse their services to anyone.”
– Greg Comfort, Manager, Manaaki Whenua (Landcare Research) Press, Lincoln.
“DataNZ have been very helpful in realising this major new online resource (Web-enabling the Fletcher Index of Māori names) for the Library. The service we received was excellent and we are very happy with their work.”
– Kathryn Parsons, New Zealand Collection Librarian, University of Waikato Library, Hamilton.
“The service we’ve received from DataNZ has been first rate and we’d recommend them to anyone undertaking any digitization project, large or small. Their quality, price, and customer service have been excellent in all our dealings with them.”
– Stefan Boddie, Manager, DL Consulting Ltd., Hamilton.
“Just as in previous years, this is absolutely great – thank you and your team very much! We do spot checks for our statistical purposes as we work with the data you provide, and continue to be delighted by the 100% accuracy of everything checked.”
– David Fougere, Managing Director, Phoenix Research, Auckland