full-text indexing

  • What Is Indexing for Document Scanning & Digital Mailroom?

    Thursday, August 24, 2017

    Many people are familiar with document scanning, whether it’s part of a backfile scanning project or for ongoing digital mailroom scanning. But how do you find these documents after they’re scanned? The lesser known practice of “document indexing” is the answer, but what is it and why should you care? To begin, there are two […]

  • Microfilm Scanning Trends & Best Practices

    Saturday, July 01, 2017

    “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated,” said Mark Twain. If it had a voice, microfilm may say the same thing. We’re still finding a lot of microfilm out there. While microfilm in good condition that is easy to scan appears to have been widely scanned, we’re finding some very challenging film. Buyer Beware […]

  • Document Scanning Best Practices: Delivery & Destruction

    Monday, January 23, 2017

    As part of our Document Scanning Process Best Practices series, this blog post covers what happens after your documents are scanned. If not laid out well, you could be in for some unpleasant surprises… Delivery of Images & Indexes Scanned images and indexes can be delivered via our secure FTP site and/or we can deliver […]

  • Document Scanning Best Practices: Capture & Indexing

    Monday, January 16, 2017

    As part of our Document Scanning Process Best Practices series, this blog post covers the core of the process: the physical scanning of documents and indexing of the resulting PDF and TIFF document images. Scanning is a dirty, time consuming and physically demanding process. We’ve seen many nightmare scenarios when organizations try to save money […]

  • Document Scanning Quality Control

    Saturday, December 10, 2016

    Without quality control in the document scanning process, it’s garbage in, garbage out. Poorly scanned documents may be hard to find and even harder to read. So what are document scanning QC best practices? Scanning QC is more than just a step in process – it’s inherent throughout the entire process. However, the following blog […]