CCI/CoakleyTech, a leader in print, eBusiness and marketing solutions, announced today that the company has developed a strategic partnership with India-based Coral Hub Limited. This partnership allows CCI/CoakleyTech to support Coral Hub’s US-based work and enhance CCI/CoakleyTech’s global service offerings to include searchable PDF files with bookmarks and links, XML & SGML document conversion, and eBook development and conversion:
PDF files with Bookmarks and Links
Documents in both hardcopy and electronic formats can be converted to PDF files and enhanced with bookmarks to chapter or section headings and links to tables of content, websites, internal objects, or indexes. Conversion of documents into searchable PDFs greatly enhances the accessibility of content.
XML & SGML Document Conversion
In a connected world, where data is expected to move seamlessly across formats, platforms and media, we help convert data between formats while preserving its integrity, our forte lies in analyzing data, data clean-up, creating conversion specifications and migrating or encoding data. We ensure the reach of your data is never compromised, irrespective of its source or form.
eBook & ePub Development & Conversion
As ePub rapidly becomes the standard for the electronic publishing industry, serious publishers and eBook reader device manufacturers are adopting it to reach their audiences. Coral Hub adds value across the electronic publishing process and is poised to lead with its ePub conversion expertise for global clients to expand the reach of their content. Following is a list of formats that we are able to provide conversion services for:
eBook Reader Format
Open eBook .opf
Microsoft Reader .lit
Jason Wienke, eProfessional Services Manager at CCI/CoakleyTech stated, “CCI/CoakleyTech’s service offering will be greatly enhanced by Coral Hub’s data conversion and e-Publishing solutions. Together, our cutting-edge technology and robust infrastructure will help our clients reach more consumers and derive more value from their content.”