SCTL experienced team uses advanced, programmatic, content analysis and transformation tools to deliver accurate, fast and re-usable Markup Language (XML/HTML/SGML) conversion solutions at the highest value to you. The ability to use content for multiple purposes, with personalization, is made possible by technologies such as Extensible Markup Language (XML), which separate content from format.

XML gives the capability to manage great volumes of information independently from the output channel. Therefore, the same content, or extracts from the content, can be displayed in different styles and on different media. It streamlines the workflow and allows the implementation of cross-media applications. Content can be created in XML and specify structural elements, like articles, paragraphs, headlines, photo captions, charts, and so on. Then production can render each of those elements for the appropriate output media through various processes. Some of these can be automatic, such as sending a version of the XML file to a syndication service, which will send the content to other web sites, or they can be manual, such as copyfitting to an InDesign/Quark layout or creating an abridged version for a wireless device. The XML stylesheet technology, XSL, can support the automatable processes but not the ones that require manual intervention.

We believe in digital-drive and supports organizations convert their content from books, journals, newspapers, magazines etc. for delivery on Web and eReaders by encoding the data to EPUB/MOBI, XML/HTML/SGML and other markup formats. We develop global content strategies and publishing frameworks to help you manage your global electronic publishing needs. Our solutions implement industry proven open standards such as DITA, DocBook and XBRL. Our XML publishing teams consists of XSL and XML experts who specialize in single-sourced multi-channel publishing of XML content. We have a thorough understanding of language engineering, and our publishing kits are also designed for multi-lingual publishing. While we build XML-based publishing systems using open standards (such as DITA or DocBook), we develop custom data models that precisely map to our client's requirements.

The technology driven workflow system ensure accurate and faster process of high volume conversion. We uses specialized tools like rule-based algorithms, advanced patterns matching, and parallel validation and parsing that ensure compliance with the DTD or schema.

One reason that ePublishing is so popular is that it makes it easy to distribute documents and to store them in archives. The task of converting existing content into a structured information standard requires a high degree of accuracy and precision, attributes that only come when you work with a proven conversion partner. The benefits of converting content to XML are well documented. By enabling reuse, XML significantly enhances the value of your content, setting the stage for single-source publishing, more efficient information delivery systems and faster adoption of emerging XML vocabularies such as S1000D, SPL XBRL and DITA.

We provides end-to-end services to organization in their digitization efforts-scanning (any source format), data extraction, development of DTD, project management encoding, creation of style sheet, development of Digital Asset Management System, etc.

We convert books, periodicals, magazines, journals, or legacy materials of medical publishing, scientific publishing, legal documents, newspapers etc. into markup languages (SGML, HTML, XML and other customized markup languages) with exceptional accuracy in markups, formats and characters. We convert any electronic input (FrameMaker, InDesign, Quark Express, PDF, etc.) into other electronic outputs such as XML, HTML, SGML and other word processing formats.

We also meet your digital library requirements such as ONIX, METS, MARC, and XML and handle high volume conversions using OCR, OWR, line, word and text block coordinates.

  • XML is a markup language much like HTML and SGML.
  • XML specialty is to carry the digital content, will not display them like HTML.
  • XML has the advantage of defining our own tags.
  • XML carries the structure of SGML.
  • XML has the ability to support various applications.
  • XML is concise and compatible.
  • XML is used in HTTP and MIME.
  • XML is flexible, extensible and purposeful.

XML technology is innovative, platform independent as well as hardware independent. XML workflows are flexible solution, especially to carry and store the dynamic content or Information to adapt increased demands. XML has become one of the biggest advantages to the document field for high quality XML content workflow through multi-channel output.