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Internet-Ready System Lets Clients Self-Track Status of Conversion Jobs 24/7

FRESH MEADOWS, NY—OCTOBER 30, 2000—Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), an industry leader in converting and repurposing data, today launched “Digital Content (DC) Tracker,” an online, real-time, 24/7 service enabling clients to automatically track the status of large-scale conversion jobs DCL is performing for them.

DC Tracker reports are web-based, password-protected and accessible from anywhere. The reports, sorted by title, will identify the latest action completed and the date.

Modules that allow customers to customize reports and sort sequences as well as a forecasting module that will estimate project completion dates are under development and will be introduced over the coming months.

According to Mark Gross, president of Data Conversion Laboratory, DC Tracker will be helpful to clients with large jobs, multiple jobs and ongoing conversion jobs.

“DC Tracker” gives our customers a FedEx-style tracking system, enabling them to use the Internet to know the status of large jobs, and an ETA for completion, at any given moment. This is all part of DCL’s ongoing effort to create a more streamlined, real-time data delivery system.”

DC Tracker will be offered at no cost to DCL clients. Demos of the DC Tracker service can be found on the Data Conversion Laboratory website (

Data Conversion Laboratory is the leader in implementing complex data conversion solutions for such publishing giants as McGraw-Hill, Wiley, Harcourt, Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott and Reed Elsevier (Reference), as well as the Library of Congress, Lucent Technologies, Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas, Gulfstream Aerospace, United Technologies, John Deere, the New York Public Library and New York University.

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