The move to XML workflows has become vital for publishers worldwide. They are needed to control costs and for the flexibility to use content for multiple purposes. The “single source of truth” residing in an XML file can be used for print, eBooks, the web, revised editions, and much more.
For publishers already using XML workflows, our ability to migrate your work and your workflow processes is unparalleled. Our team’s ability to quickly and easily get large-volume projects up-and-running is based on more than twelve years of experience, working with hundreds of large-scale customers.
If you are not presently using XML but are looking to adopt an XML workflow, we welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your particular production needs, explain our process, and help you develop the right workflow for your needs.
Through our proprietary iFirst XML process, we offer the latest features of XML, HTML, and SGML, including XML entry of scientific text (equations, tables, chemical structures) according to the Document Type Definition (DTD) supplied by our clients.
To facilitate your XML workflow, we provide rich experience in composing pages using XML and SGML, creating XML files based on the client supplied DTD or Schema, creating XML-based templates in Adobe Indesign 3B2 and LaTex/Tex, customizing style sheets from your XML DTD, and converting from one XML DTD to another.
No matter what publishing category you are in, Cameo can convert and format electronic files of any type of XML for web delivery. Our XML experience ranges from outputting for Kindle, Nook, Adobe Digital Editions, and HTML for web applications, to NLM, Ovid, and Taylor & Francis database applications for scientific and technical content.
Cameo provides a full spectrum of XML services to address the demands for digital formats and online publishing requirements for content repository and multi-device capabilities. Some of the salient features of Cameo’s XML services are:
Cameo’s ePublishing team offers you cutting-edge expertise on important schemas and DTDs such as:
Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (813) 785 – 6417 to learn more about how we can help you.