Digitization Of A Substantial Collection Of Eighteenth Century Historical Works

Business Process Services

THE CLIENT

Our Client is a leading provider of educational content for higher education, professional, and library markets worldwide.

THE CHALLENGE

The client wanted to digitize a huge collection of 18th century books available as microfilms and convert the text images to XML data for the world’s largest library of historical works(from 15th to 19th century) with more than 150,000 printed multilingual books and publish their digital editions for enabling easy search, retrieval, display, and print. HTC was contracted to design, develop, and implement the application for Eighteenth Century Collections Online(ECCO) and digitize the Eighteenth Century Collections.

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