The values and benefits of XML are now accepted and understood. In the real world, though, data is created or already exists in many formats other than XML, not least Microsoft Word.
In many cases, it makes sense to create documents in one format but to manage the data in XML, either in a database or in a content management system. It may also be useful to be able to convert XML-formatted data back into the original format to allow the editor to revise or update it.
Having the facility to convert to and from a wide range of formats is also invaluable. It’s essential if you need to convert legacy documents which may be saved in formats which have fallen out of use.
But to enjoy the benefits of XML, data needs to be converted cost- and time-effectively. Graham specialises in the fast, efficient and automatic data conversion that allows businesses to take advantage of the benefits XML brings.