Through web publishing, we can display and store information over the internet. Publishers opt for web publishing services to store, manage, search and dynamically deliver content to their readers via XML format. The advantages of XML over other web publishing formats such as HTML are flexibility, scalability, versatility and re-usability, to name a few. As it is a re-usable format, XML provides more value to the content by adopting single-source publishing, efficiency in delivery, XML vocabularies such as DITA, S1000D, SPL and XBRL.
DataNZ is engaged in converting media rich, unstructured paper or scanned documents to reliable XML files. Our DTD (Document Type Definition) and schema production teams have rich experience in developing, refining and documenting the DTD/Schema into dynamic products. We use and modify a variety of third-party encoding standards such as TEI, Docbooks, NLM, DTBook and others. We also develop other proprietary content management tools to create XML databases.