At DataNZ we specialise in converting unstructured paper or scanned documents into reliable XML files, enabling publishers to store, manage, search and deliver content to their readers in a flexible, scalable and versatile format.
The advantages of using XML over other web publishing formats are manifold. It offers reusability and efficiency in delivery, and the ability to adopt single-source publishing and XML vocabularies such as DITA, S1000D, SPL, and XBRL. This makes XML an ideal format for publishing large volumes of content that need to be repurposed or reused in multiple ways.
One of our projects involved converting all the Standards of the Standards Council of New Zealand to XML. Our team of experts is dedicated to developing and refining DTD (Document Type Definition) and schema, which can be modified to meet your unique needs. We also use a variety of third-party encoding standards such as TEI, Docbook, NLM, DTBook and more, and develop proprietary content management tools to create XML databases.
Our expertise doesn’t stop there! We have also provided XML conversion services for the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. We have helped them with data capture of handwritten and typed manuscripts and delivery in XML format.
Whether you’re a business, academic or government organisation, we can provide you with top-quality XML conversion services that will help you to publish your content effectively and efficiently. At DataNZ, we have the expertise to deliver XML files that meet your unique needs. Contact us today to learn more about our XML conversion services and how we can help you publish your content effectively and efficiently.