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DCL Debuts On Demand Ebook Conversion Services

Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) launched a new suite of online services to streamline the processing of ebook conversion orders that do not require special handling and consulting. EPUB On Demand, the first of a series of On Demand services, is a one-book-at-a-time conversion service to EPUB and MOBI, supporting all popular ereader devices. The new service enables customers to upload files through an online portal, choose options that best fit their needs, view pricing and submit their order. Finished products are reviewed through DCL’s time tested QC process and delivered quickly.

“A recent industry survey commissioned by DCL points to a strong market developing from large and small publishers seeking an easy to use, self-service website delivering error free results from a company that truly understands their needs,” said Mark Gross, president and CEO of DCL. “DCL is the only company that can deliver the best looking electronic content, in any format, while meeting the highest industry standards,” said Gross.

Founded in 1981, DCL converts and organizes content to create electronic documents, populate databases, and publish on the web. DCL’s services help refine conversion strategy, identify redundant content, extract metadata, and transform legacy and future documents to meet clients’ needs as technology advances. DCL has processed more than a billion pages.

Source: Data Conversion Laboratory



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