Dictionaries, Manuals & Encyclopedias Data Entry Services
An encyclopedia is a type of reference work or compendium containing detailed summary of information from either all branches of knowledge or a particular branch of knowledge. Encyclopedias are divided into articles or entries, which are usually accessed alphabetically by article name. Whereas a dictionary is a collection of words in one or more specific languages, containing meaning, phonetics, pronunciations and other information regarding each word. Encyclopedias are longer and more detailed than most dictionaries and focus on factual information concerning the subject for which the article is named.
On the other hand, manuals are basically user guides, intended to give assistance to people using a particular system. Manuals, dictionaries and encyclopedias are a trove of valuable information and are generally more dependable and definitive than the divergent information available on the internet. They still have a downside to them, as carrying and storing them is quite problematic. They are quite voluminous and sifting through them to access data is time consuming and complex. Outsource Data Services can convert these bulky knowledge stores into easily accessible electronic documents.
Services we offer as part of dictionaries, manuals and encyclopedias data entry services include:
- We employ latest technologies (like OCR and ICR) to capture data from various sources, so that even the minutest details are not missed. This data is then entered into an online database or application.
- Data entry operators at Outsource Data services can deliver the desired output in any format of your choice. We can then transfer the final output by Email, FTP/SFTP, Fax, CD/DVD or Flash drive.
- Our highly skilled data entry operators can meticulously key-in data from manuals, dictionaries, encyclopedias and we accept files in any format, e.g.
1: MS Word (.doc)
2: MS Access (.mdb)
3: MS Excel (.xls)
4: Text (.txt)
5: Extensible Markup Language (.xml)
6: Database file (dbf)
7: CSV — ASCII text as comma-separated values,