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  • Into the Pipeline

    Attend this webinar and learn what is ONIX, a delta file and other file formats can that you send metadata in.

  • Data Conversion Laboratory Is Digitizing Over Two Million Pages for the Bureau of Economic Analysis

    Fresh Meadows, NY – December 12, 2016 – Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), industry leader in converting content into digital formats, is currently providing digitization services to the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) through the Library of Congress’ (LOC) Federal Library and Information Network (FEDLINK) program.

    Over two million pages of various types of internal documents that serve as valuable research materials for the agency’s staff are being digitized to make them more searchable and accessible. This months-long project will include OCR processing, generation of metadata, digitization of microforms, maps, posters, and computer print-outs, to name just a few processes in this highly complex venture.

  • If You Build Better Metadata, Readers Will Come

    Creating or aggregating content and actually getting readers to see it are two sides of the same coin. Without both content and a reliable way for people to find it, the motivation to create or house such content becomes less. One feeds the other. So, how do content aggregators and authors find that sweet spot with content consumers to mutually beneficial ends? The answer is simple: Metadata.

  • Data Conversion Laboratory Certified as a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB)

    Fresh Meadows, NY – October 11, 2016Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc. (DCL), for 35 years an industry leader in organizing, converting and enhancing content into digital formats, is proud to be officially certified as a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) by the National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC), the first national certifier of Women Business Enterprises.

  • Reinvent Content to Expand Revenue Opportunities in a Digitized Landscape

    While the trend in recent years has been to focus on the cloud, a majority of companies still maintain their own data centers or a combination of their own supplanted with a portion of cloud space/storage. Years’ worth of content resides in these data centers, as well as older content that continues in printed forms only. The increasing ease of finding and sharing digital content creates more opportunities than ever to grow and expand business—by digitizing assets that might have previously been published, stored, and forgotten.

  • Extracting Funder and Grant Metadata from Journal Articles: Using Language Analysis to Automatically Extract Metadata

    In this webinar, we discuss recent work done to extract funding source and grant information from within STM journal articles and on implications for other kinds of metadata gathering.

  • Library Digitization

    Bridge the gap between antiquated processes and the latest technology with DCL’s library digitization services for records, collections, and repositories. DCL can help libraries and other institutions preserve valuable collections as well as reduce costs, save space and improve service by employing centralized databases, online services, mobile apps, and other specialized electronic enhancements. DCL is adept at working with archival and unique projects including special handling techniques required for rare fragile documents.

  • Automated Processing

    DCL's Automated Conversion System (DCL-ACS) system is a fully automated solution for digitizing high volumes of paper and scanned documents and converting them into structured data. Hosted at DCL in a secure environment, DCL-ACS provides high-quality, continuous, 24/7 transformation of hundreds of thousands of pages per day without human intervention. 

  • Professional Services

    DCL has been providing a variety of organizations and professionals with reliable, cost effective document management solutions and library digitization since 1981. Our digital publishing experience includes central databases, client and public records, forensics, depositions, funds, and compliance.

  • Institutions

    The collection and document conversion choices faced by today's institutions are numerous, varied, and complex. DCL addresses these challenges relying on more than three decades of experience. We are attuned to the special requirements central to sensitive and confidential conversions and adapt our capabilities to fit each project's requirements.

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