Albuquerque, NM (June 4, 2007) – Access Innovations, Inc. (Access), a leader in the data management industry, has been chosen to perform the XML conversion of Accessible Archives, Inc.’s online databases.
Accessible Archives publishes electronic full-text searchable historical databases containing primary source materials from 18th and 19th century American newspapers, periodicals and county histories. Realizing the necessity of updating its online resources by converting them to an XML format (the industry standard), Accessible Archives selected Access Innovations for the task. Utilizing its Data Harmony suite of software products and its internal staff, Access converted some 150,000 pages of text – more than a gigabyte of information – from HTML Word to XML in conformity with a proprietary XML DTD.
The Data Harmony suite of products includes:
Thesaurus Master, for thesaurus, taxonomy, and ontology creation
Machine-Assisted Indexing (M.A.I.), for automatic and assisted indexing and classification
XIS (XML Intranet System), for content creation and maintenance
Rob Nagy, Accessible Archives president and senior VP of Sales and Marketing, said: “We wanted to offer our subscribers the advantages of full-text searching, utilizing XML tagging. Access Innovations provided the means for us to do so in a timely fashion and at a reasonable cost. We are extremely pleased with their performance.”