For the past 25 years , we are into data processing handling major projects and delighting our clients with our high-quality , time-bound and cost-effective services . Some of our major projects are as follows :
DPH India has extensive experience in providing directory publishers with yellow pages keying services for any yellow pages directory (US, CANADA, UK, AUSTRALIA). Typical Information capture includes headings, advertisers name, addresses, phone numbers, UDAC codes, UDAC Rates, URLs, Email Addresses, page numbers, directory code, and much more as per client needs. We can provide output in various formats commonly used in the Yellow pages publishing industry along with any client specific formats. Various technologies combined with human resources deployed in the production yield high accuracy at competitive costs.
This application was developed by us specifically for WHO , the United Nations specialized agency for health.This is an ongoing project in which we are required to do indexing of polio forms. The benefit of this project is that the Ministry of Health is able to access, search and retrieve documents much more efficiently.
Highest Legislative Body of the Nation, Parliament Of India as also availed and trusted our services. We have digitized minutes information for tenth LokSabha for continuously five years and this has given us highest pride of being a credible organization.
In this Image Digitization project we were required to digitize Passport Applications Forms and then link them to their respective databases. We designed and developed a system to scan passport application forms with their supporting documents and then capture relevant information. Finally databases were created which were linked with their respective scanned application forms.
Ministry of External Affairs with its Headquarter at New Delhi, functions abroad through
its Missions/Posts (Embassy, High Commission, Consulate) abroad across the globe. We
started the work in year 2012 and are continuing the same till date. Our work involves
creating image retrievable database of the consular documents by carrying out
scanning, digitizing and indexing at the selected Indian Missions/Posts in different
geographical regions. The documents are of varying size from A2 to A4 with some being
quite old. We primarily cater to Visa, PIO, OCI and Passport Applications along with
Renunciation & other miscellaneous services documents.
This Digitization process provides a platform to integrate records in digital form with the
centralized server thus ensuring seamless integration of the information with the
existing workflow. The prime advantage is easy & fast retrieval of any application across
the globe based on varied parameters in fraction of time .The potential reduction in
physical storage space, saving money and freeing up of office space is another basic
advantage the missions abroad have had with this exercise.
The magnitude of the job with over 110 million passport applications and 200 million
Visa applications till date, the varied working conditions, occasional non-conducive
environment, geographically separate locations not only posed challenges however
helped us create a niche for our work on the global platform. We have been successfully
carrying out the process for past two years & continue to strive for better than the best
progression to make this job a huge success.
Census of India is a huge exercise considering the geographical spread and multiple
languages including Urdu. These result in generation of around 500 million A2 size forms
of 3 types. All forms are handwritten and need to be scanned, ICR'd and tabulated. DPH
and HCL jointly bid for the huge data processing contract successfully. Phase I and Phase
II has been completed. We worked round the clock involving a team of appx 2000
people & Challenges involved hi-tech operations in remote locations - warehouses
under adverse conditions. Operations in datacenters spread in major state capitals of
India. Multilingual / multicultural work force managed centrally ensuring high quality
record room management, high quality scanning (ICR quality) and accurate ICR
operations throughout the centers
We started this project in 1999 making it by far the biggest project of its kind in India
essentially in terms of magnitude as it required digitizing a backlog of passport
applications at various passport offices across the country. We digitized appx 700 million
pages. The documents involved were of different sizes in a very bad state which
required utmost care while scanning. The project included reorganizing & scanning the
backlog of the files. We also developed image retrieval software which is being used by
the MEA. Some of the passport offices with high volumes as mentioned below:
DPH made its presence in the African Continent when it was awarded the tender for
digitization of records at the Companies Registry, a project funded by the World Bank.
The project was to digitize 25 million records in 90 days which we did ahead of time. It
was the biggest project of its kind to be undertaken in Kenya till then. We successfully
digitized old files some of which were as old as 100 years. The task required us to scan
all the documents in the file and restore them to their original state after scanning for
which a dedicated workforce of 250 persons was deployed round the clock.
DPH further made its presence felt in Kenya with the current project of digitization of
birth and death records in across 109 cities of the country with appx 1600 personnel.
DPH has long association with the Naval & Military press limited working on the
backend process primarily involving digitization of specialized history books related to
the military history, war medals, regimental histories etc. This was essentially a time
bound project where we had to manage 75 million records in a time frame of 8 months
involving appx 34500 man days.
Automation of Financial Statements was done through an image digitization project
where we received data in the form of Image/HTML files, either from their FTP or HTTP
site respectively. We also worked on Microfiche Data Processing which involved
assigning Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which is a notification system of a
transaction between a secured party and Debtor. The secured collateral has to be
entered on a UCC form. The rules and the UCC formats are different for different USA
Scanning, Indexing & Developing Software for retrieval of documents stored in files at
the Archives & Record Management Section Work with a volume of 20 million pages
Reorganizing and Scanning of Index cards all over India and handled output volume of
approximately 30 Million.
With clientele of such high repute we are dedicated to provide the most efficient
services intended for customer satisfaction. We look forward to not only develop
Business relations but also to develop a bond of trust & credibility for mutual growth.