Structuring Data and Content Since 1981

Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) provides data and content transformation services and solutions.

 

Using the latest innovations in artificial intelligence, including machine learning and natural language processing, DCL helps businesses structure data and content for modern technologies and platforms.

 

With expertise across many industries, DCL uses advanced technology and US-based project management teams to solve complex conversion challenges and is a recognized leader in XML, DITA, and S1000D conversions.

OUR SERVICES

Data Conversion/

Transformation

Convert and transform information into structured formats: XML, S1000D, DITA, SPL, proprietary schemas, and others.

Enrichment

Enrich content with new or inferred metadata to improve the utility, discovery, and interoperability of content.

Entity Extraction

 

Extract free-form text from textual and form-based documents then generate target XML schema.

Data Harvesting

Website harvesting and AI transformations that deliver structured data to your systems.

QA Validation

Independent review of previously converted content.

Content Reuse

Analyze large document collections to identify content reuse across multiple document sets and source formats.

Structured Content Delivery

Submit structured content to customer platforms such as PubMed, Silverchair, Highwire, and many more.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“My experience with DCL on XML conversion is great! Especially converting non-structured content to DITA. The quality of work is consistently good and the team is very prompt in responses."

                                                      —  Sowjanya Singamsetty

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PubMed Central Primer and XML101

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READY TO FIND OUT MORE?

Schedule a technology overview today! Meet with one of our technology specialists and let's discuss how your organization will benefit from structured, semantically enriched content and data.