• Q and A with Tammy Bilitzky, part one: A CIO forges a data strategy plan for creating actionable data

    Tammy Bilitzky's job is all about actionable data. Bilitzky is CIO at Data Conversion Laboratory, which organizes, converts and moves content for its client organizations. As CIO, Bilitzky is responsible for the technology that DCL uses for its own internal business needs as well as for the IT required to process customers' requirements.

    That has given Bilitzky a broad view of organizational data needs, strategies and challenges.

  • DCL Names Content Solutions Expert Marianne Calilhanna as Vice President, Marketing

    Fresh Meadows, NY – September 17, 2018 – DCL, an industry leader in transforming content into smarter formats and by so doing, enhancing its discoverability and revenue-driving potential, today announced that Marianne Calilhanna has joined its executive team, as Vice President, Marketing. Ms. Calilhanna brings extraordinary depth and breadth of related experience to this role, having spent the majority of her 25+ year career to-date working in content services and solutions.

  • DCL Launches White Hat Web Scraping Service

    Fresh Meadows, NY – August 21, 2018 – Combining its deep expertise in content normalization, natural language processing and XML, Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc. (DCL) today launched its new Web Scraping service. This automated data extraction from websites is a natural extension of DCL’s 35 years of helping organizations across industries fully realize the business-driving power of data.

  • Interview: Tammy Bilitzky, CIO of DCL

    I recently caught up with Tammy Bilitzky, CIO of DCL, to do a deep dive into how her company utilizes state-of-the-art technologies like machine learning, AI, deep learning and NLP to make DCL’s products competitive. Tammy is responsible for managing DCL’s technology department, continuing its focus on resilient, high-quality, and innovative products, while helping to grow the organization. She seeks to ensure that DCL uses the best talent and tools in the marketplace and to implement methodologies that will consistently provide clients with superior quality.

  • Discovery That Would Make Magellan Proud

    Discovery vendors and indexing services each have precise requirements on how and when content such as journals, eBook collections and metadata (including keywords tagged as titles, authors and summaries) should be delivered for maximum exposure. Many small-to-medium-size publishers struggle with meeting all these requirements, which can result in big challenges when trying to make their content more discoverable.

  • Q&A With Scriptorium's Bill Swallow On "The Content Strategy of Things"

    On November 28, 2017 Bill Swallow, Director of Operations, Scriptorium Publishing presented the webinar “The Content of Things”. After Bill’s presentation, there was a question and answer period where the below questions was asked.

  • Unleash Your Content! Unlocking the value of your existing product content to create great customer experiences

    Attend this webinar, as we explore how taxonomy and content classification built on typical user scenarios provide an intelligence layer driving content as a service (CaaS).

  • DCL and ASTM International Make Society and Association Content More Discoverable

    Fresh Meadows, NY, November 6, 2017 – Data Conversion Laboratory, Inc. (DCL), a leader in automated content and metadata extraction and delivery, has partnered with ASTM International, a premier service provider in the development and delivery of voluntary consensus standards, to solve an ongoing challenge for professional societies and associations: making published content more discoverable.

  • Clean and Complete Metadata – A Main Ingredient to the Positive Customer Experience Recipe

    Please join Alan Porter, Content Strategist and Customer Experience Evangelist at OpenText, and Brian Trombley, DCL National Sales Director, as we discuss best practices for metadata application and how to approach cleanup of metadata gone wrong.

  • DCL Discovery Bridge

    The Challenge of Getting Discovered

    Many professional societies and associations are finding that libraries and other consumers of their content are having difficulty locating relevant documents (standards, journal articles, books, book chapters, etc.) primarily due to the complex, varying requirements of the many Discovery and/or Abstracting and Indexing services.