DataNZ is confident that it offers a first-rate service and is the best on price, quality and turnaround time. Whilst we do not like blowing our own trumpet, we do like it when others do! So we've gathered together some of the prestigious projects and our customer comments here.
We have a wide variety of clients from all over the world:
Standards Council of New Zealand, University of Auckland, Victoria University, Waikato University, Massey University, Auckland University of Technology, Landcare Research (Lincoln), Macmillan Education, Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu, Punaromia Publications, Shell New Zealand, VocHealth NZ, Information Logistics Company Ltd, Cosignia, etc.
Department of Veterans Affairs, LexisNexis Australia, University of Melbourne, Monash University, Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, Total Health Rejuvenation Program, Insurance Council of Australia, etc.
UNESCAP, Bangkok, UK House of Commons Library, General Registrar Office, Ireland, National Library of Ireland, Indiana Harvard University, USA, Swedish Library of Talking Books and Braille, University of Michigan, USA, etc.
DataNZ has established a reputation both in New Zealand and internationally for the quality of its service. Here are some examples of projects we have completed:
- Scanning & digitising PhD & Masters theses totalling over two million pages for the University of Auckland Library, Victoria University of Wellington Library & the Massey University Library.
- Conversion of all the New Zealand Standards to XML based on a modified Docbook Schema.
- Data entry of Community Nursing Minimum Data Sets for the Department of Veterans' Affairs, Woden, ACT, for 5 years.
- The Land and Property Management Authority of Australia have empanelled us for the digitisation and conversion of records services.
- Scanning and conversion of 100 volumes of the Journal of the Polynesian Society to XML based on the TEI mark up specification.
- Conversion of several thousand documents to XML with word coordinates for creating a pilot library for the Sudan Open Archive.
- Scanning and XML conversion of several Hawaiian and English language resources. The completed work now makes up part of Ulukau, the Hawaiian Electronic Library.
- Scanning & converting several books to XML by the OCR/Cleanup process for the New Zealand Electronic Text Centre, Victoria University - Wellington.
- Data capture of the POKEM clinical trial forms for the Queensland Emergency Medicine Research Foundation Grant Researcher for developing a prototype eHealth application to support clinical risk management and sustainable health services.
Testimonials from some of our customers:
- “Your people doing the mark-up do a great job with pretty difficult material” John Laurie, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Auckland.
- "We at Landcare Research are highly impressed with the work of DataNZ. Their quality, turnaround and price are excellent. We gladly endorse their services to anyone." Greg Comfort, Manager, Manaaki Whenua (Landcare Research) Press, Lincoln.
- "DataNZ have been very helpful in realising this major new online resource (Web-enabling the Fletcher Index of Māori names) for the Library. The service we received was excellent and we are very happy with their work." Kathryn Parsons, New Zealand Collection Librarian, University of Waikato Library, Hamilton.
- "The service we've received from DataNZ has been first rate and we'd recommend them to anyone undertaking any digitization project, large or small. Their quality, price, and customer service have been excellent in all our dealings with them." Stefan Boddie, Manager, DL Consulting Ltd., Hamilton.
- "The quality of the work is very high, I would like to thank you and am willing to give a recommendation for future clients, I found that you were very responsive to my feedback and willing to go above and beyond to improve the quality of your work: You were open and flexible to communicate with me to continue to improve the results. Specifically, I've noticed that you have, when I noticed that the handwritten medication names cause me a lot of quality assurance work, improved the quality by ensuring that these medicines are spelled correctly in your OCR results. You have also suggested additional data capture fields based on the nature of any handwritten responses in or around form fields that led to confusion or errors, thus increasing the quality of the work exponentially. I look forward to continued work with you and will include an analysis of the quantitative and qualitative aspects of using your services in an academic publication." Lisa New, Clinical Decision Support Tool Developer, Brisbane, Australia
We take great pride in our work and would be delighted to show you more examples upon request. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or send us a sample of your needs for a free, no-obligation quote.