Since 2006, we have provided ebook conversions for over 30,000 books from over 100 Canadian publishers.
As one of the Canadian publishers holding Benetech certification, Coach House has opted to use DPS services as an economical means of creating Accessible EPUB3 displaying the Benetech-approved meta-property tag.
Flexibility and Experience
One of Canada's largest independent trade publishers, Dundurn has found DPS' flexibility and responsiveness are key factors in dealing with the multiple challenges of a diverse and growing list.
Alternative Pages for Poetry
Kobo has used DPS for production of its new line of classics.
Upgrading to Accessibility
Over the past 15 years, NSP has converted its entire in-print list to EPUB with DPS, and has recently undertaken a retrospective Accessibility program. Drawing source files from the 500+ titles in its DPS catalogue, the A++ service will simplify the process and reduce cost and overhead.
Learning by Example
This leading Canadian publisher used DPS services for its first ventures into Accessible ePUB. After gaining the necessary experience, they moved the process inhouse after achieving Benetech certification.
MQUP has been producing reflowable ePUB2 for worldwide distribution for years, but has not yet added Accessiblity to its titles. When the time comes, the move will be economically accomplished with DPS' A++ service.
Course Manual Production
The demanding requirements of accessible textbook production for heavily-graphic material have been met by DPS for Sauder's line of Real Estate course manuals.