The Religion and Technology Center (http://purl.org/RelTech) does this.
We were in charge of digitisation for the American Theological Library
Association ATLAS project (50 years worth of 50 theological journals).
We are currently the project managers for the Princeton Barth Project,
which is nearing the completion of its work to digitise Barth's
_Kirchliche Dogmatik_, its translation _Church Dogmatics_, and the
_Gesamtausgabe_. These projects use the TEI Lite DTD. We also do work
for Oxford University (Corpus of Literary Papyri), Duke University (Duke
Databank of Documentary Papyri), and the United Bible Societies.
Text Encoding Specialist
Tim Seid wrote:
>My institution, Earlham School of Religion (Richmond, IN), has received
>funding for the creation of a digital database of early Quaker writings
>(17th-18th century). We are just beginning to think about whether we want
>to develop this in-house or contract with a service provider.
>Does anyone have suggestions of companies/organizations that do this from
>start to finish. I've looked at Apex epublishing and it looks like the
>type of company that does this and works within TEI guidelines. Are there
>Any other suggestions or bits of advice?
>Timothy W. Seid, Ph.D.
>Associate Dean of Distributed Learning
>Earlham School of Religion