Microfilm Scanning, Microfiche Scanning and Aperture Card Scanning
Why Should I digitize our micrographics archive?
Digitizing Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards has many benefits, including:
- Accessibility: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards can be accessed from anywhere, eliminating the need for in-house equipment.
- Security: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards can be stored in the cloud, which can be used to recover data in the event of a catastrophe.
- Efficiency: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards can be easily distributed and copied among coworkers and organizations.
- Precision: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards reduces the possibility of human error when maintaining records.
- Collaboration: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards makes it easier to collaborate and exchange information.
- Space: Digitized Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Cards frees up physical space. No need for bulky readers and cabinets for storage.
- Cost savings: Digitized microfilm can drastically reduce expenditures.
Types of Micrographic Scanning Image One offers
Whether you want to digitally back up or completely replace your microfilm archives, Image One will scan your 16 mm and 35 mm microfilm rolls and convert them into PDF , TIFF files or another digital format.
Whether you need to retrieve student transcripts, human resources files, financial statements or medical records, image quality and ease of access are top priorities. With two decades of experience providing Florida organizations with data capture and storage solutions, Image One will scan any type of microfiche using the latest technology and convert the data into a PDF, TIFF or other digital format.
Aperture Card Scanning
Image One holds the solution to help you manage drawings contained in aperture card systems. Our document scanning department scans aperture cards to a digital image in TIF, PDF, JPG formats. The proven aperture scanning processes ensure optimal management of information, and include secured access, document preparation, scanning, indexing, quality assurance tests, delivery and disposal.