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e-Celtic: A Reliable Book Conversion Service

e-Celtic is the leading data entry service provider in Ireland with years of experience in IT. e-Celtic converts your printed books and manuscripts into fully editable electronic files.

e-Celtic is your e-conversion partner taking care of everything from collection, scanning, OCR (Optical Character Recognition), quality auditing, proofing, styling and delivery. Our aim is to provide you with an electronic file that can be edited and updated, unlocking the potential of the content in your paper files.

e-Celtic has years of experience using advanced technologies in data capture, software development and data entry. It is this experience that has helped us develop best practice processes, enabling a more efficient replication procedure of the original data or documents to an electronic format. An electronic file is a future-proof document that is both versatile and interactive. An electronic file has greater accessibility and this can be leveraged for financial gain depending on the nature of the data. Whether the text is read on a mobile phone, laptop or desktop computer, the data will be optimised for reader requirements.

   Documents and files can be converted to various formats such as:

E-books

E-brochures

E-zines

E-journals

E-research papers

For book conversion, e-Celtic focuses on:

Quality

Cost effective solution

High degree of Accuracy

Quick turn-around-time

Supporting all major formats

If you have books that you would like to see in electronic format and possibly reach a wider audience, please get in touch.




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