Our Company History
Asiatype Incorporated established in Manila, Philippines.
- Local client development focused on advertising and direct marketing materials.
Expand to STM publishing
- Brill Publishers, NL & US
- Oxford University Press, UK
- American University Press, NL
- Duquesnes University Press, NL
Creation of Belle Page
- Pre-press studio with 7 editors and book designers
Creation of Datagrafix Mada
- Pre-press vendors set-up in Madagascar for french projects. Staff of 25.
How We See The Future
The publishing industry is driven by technology but content is still created by people. The harmony between tech platforms and their users is the continuous challenge of content digitalization. Datagrafix aims to accompany your production objectives with innovation and a scalable workforce.
Datagrafix offers end-to-end content management via our wide array of available solutions. We aim to improve our collaboration procedures, provide automation within existing workflows and monitor project performance. The main barrier to any technology is the user, and their understanding and willingness to embrace innovation and change. Our solutions offer simplicity and flexibility. Everyone likes standards, no one likes being standardized.
We aim to improve our collaboration procedures, provide automation within existing workflows and monitor project performance.
Datagrafix Tech Road Map
Correction Cycles – HTML Rendering of InDesign Content
Online Version of InDesign for Shared Editing during Correction Cycles
Live Rendering of Edits in Linked InDesign Document
Fully Integrated Content Management System
Combination of All Listed Solution Under One Umbrella
Full Service CMS for End-To-End Content Management
English is an official language of the Philippines. Filipinos speak and write fluently. They are often able to flatten their accent, which is key during verbal communication.
History and Culture
The Philippine culture is diverse due to its history with Spain and the U.S.A. Filipinos are Asian by ethnicity, Latin by culture and American by interests and hobbies
A Young Population
The average age in the Philippines is 23 years, and the younger population are avid consumers of new technologies. This creates a very dynamic labor market.
Its Education System
The Philippine education system understands that the majority of their students will be deployed in BPOs or overseas. Their curriculums emphasize learning and developing skills that allows to understand and communicate within foreign companies seeking cost-effective labor.