Project: DAISY (DTBook XML format) Conversion
Industry: Government Body
Client: Dedicon, Netherlands
Dedicon has carved out a niche as a leading organization by providing information and literature to produce digital texts for reading or software dyslexia software and hybrid book which combines reading and listening. In addition to this, every year Dedicon distributes about 90,000 publications (on an average) in Braille and 8,500 titles (on an average) in large prints for people with visual / reading impairment. Furthermore, each year Dedicon produces more than 300 different spoken newspaper and magazine titles which are recorded in company’s in house studies spread across Grave, Rijswijk and Amsterdam in Netherlands.
As Dedicon approached SunTec it was under immense pressure to quickly cut turnaround times associated with software dyslexia software and hybrid book production. The production of Dyslexia project named “Speks” was estimated to be around 3 years. The client initiated the business association for a period of 5 months initially to gauge our turnaround and capability to handle proprietary format. As the project continued, the association was further solidified to continue till the entire project was completed.
Dedicon turned to Suntec for our ability to quickly and efficiently establish a process for converting their content into subsequently three formats including Processed PDF, Sprint and KES. A highly skilled technical workforce was and state-of-the-art digital content conversion facility was employed for carrying out customized and cost effective content transformation.
We conducted volume stress testing to prove that the process could scale to meet the demand and sustain 100 percent on time delivery. Thanks to SunTec, the client was well on its way of achieving its goal of having some 7700 pages every month converted into three formats such as Processed PDF, Sprint and KES.