Innodata Corporation, a provider of digital content services, has announced that its ISOGEN International professional services subsidiary has signed contracts with two global enterprises to design and build customized content management and publishing systems. The two contracts have a combined value of approximately $1 million. Pursuant to the terms of the non-disclosure agreements, the names of the clients were not disclosed. Under the first agreement, ISOGEN will build an XML-based, single-source publishing system supporting the creation of technical, product support and other enterprise documents in 34 languages. The system will feature a customized authoring and publishing environment and an advanced architecture for linking and cross-referencing multilingual content across multiple product lines. ISOGEN estimates that the contract, which was signed in late December 2002, should generate approximately $850,000 in revenues in 2003. Under the second agreement, ISOGEN will build a content management and document publishing system for a major food marketer. The XML-based, single-source system will be used by electrical engineers who construct and maintain the company's high-tech food processing plants. The agreement--encompassing requirements analysis and systems design--is valued at more than $200,000. The deal was finalized this month. Innodata's content services include: Data Conversion Services; Digitization & Imaging Services; XML Services and Training; Systems Integration and Professional Services; and Outsourced Editorial Services.