To provide research, authoring, KPO and publishing services
Innodata Isogen has signed new content services agreements with two European information services providers. Both companies are existing clients of the company.
Under the terms of the first agreement, Innodata will provide content origination services to a European information services provider, including research and authoring services for the client’s web-based information services products. The deal is valued at more than $900,000 annually in recurring revenue.
Innodata Isogen also signed a separate agreement with a professional publisher based in Europe. Under the terms of the agreement, Innodata Isogen will supply knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) and publishing services on non-English language content – including editing, copyediting, conversion and composition services. The deal is valued at $1.3m annually in recurring revenue.
Jack Abuhoff, CEO and chairman of Innodata, said: “As more publishing, media and information services companies globally seek to improve their operating dynamics, I anticipate our recognised leadership position as a provider of complex services, such as editorial and authoring services, will continue to help fuel our growth.”