Libraries, museums, and archives rely upon their data being extracted from modern and ancient documents for research and preservation. DDD transcribes, tags, and labels difficult to read, complex handwritten data to train engines for intelligent document analysis. DDD has transcribed over 500 mill characters of handwritten text annually across various modern and ancient document types. DDD associates undertake OCR and double key entry to ensure 99.5% transcription accuracy levels. Over 100 associates are trained to undertake this work across multiple languages.

This data is used to improve OCR software to identify difficult handwritten data. Librarians, historians, archivists, and researchers can use this software to quickly and accurately transcribe text from any source.