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Scan Microfiche

Scan Microfiche

Advanced Imaging Solutions, Inc.- The Microfilm Depot- has various microfiche scanners to convert COM fiche, jacketed microfiche (16mm or 35mm), rewritable fiche, and other types of microfiche.

We have capabilities to scan at 200dpi and 300dpi (or in special cases higher) in bi-tonal or grayscale, and can convert positive, negative, simplex and duplex fiche cards.

Although many organizations use microfiche as their primary archive source, a digital microfiche conversion enables users to work with the documents more efficiently and cost-effectively.

In addition to converting microfiche to digital images, we perform extensive quality control checks to ensure your digital product is the best it could be.

We can work with you to get a better idea what your needs are: do you just want the microfiche digitized with no indexing? Or do you have an existing electronic document management system? DO you need the fiche headers keyed, or do you require an image-by-image
index?

Scan Microfiche Microfilm Aperture Cards And Documents

Author: christopher

It's not important to know how to Scan Microfiche microfilm aperture cards and documents. It is, however, essential to find providers who can scan and digitize the data into the right format making it compatible with today's IT systems. This kind of service is usually required by massive government agencies or large companies with hard to replace legacy systems in place.

 

The data capture and archiving systems of these organizations are in the aforementioned formats. But many have the latest front-ends and computer systems too. This is why they need the data converted, so that it can be made available via the software they're using on their computers.

 

Many agencies have already upgraded their systems for data capture, entry and archiving. But they still have tons of aperture cards and microfiche or microfilm data warehoused and unavailable to the new systems. All this legacy data has to be scanned and converted using the latest high tech scanners and imaging software.

 

Many different branches of local and state governments may require this kind of service. For example, county courts have all kinds of data including vital Files holding titles, deeds and court records. The school district may have student records, police departments may hold criminal records and vehicle/driver registration records our held by transportation agencies.

 

As a matter of fact, aperture cards are still in use in many places at the U. S. Department of defense. All these agencies require a lot of help converting and scanning the data and document formats to ones that are compatible with the latest front-ends and systems they use. Some large private sector companies in specific industries like health care, insurance and banking with irreplaceable legacy systems also need the same help.

 

This also means that most of this work is very critical and needs a lot of security. It needs the services of trained professionals with access to the latest cutting edge equipment. When choosing this professional service provider, a client should remember a few things.

 

The main concern is that the provider should have the necessary capability for the data format in question. This is important, because the formats can vary widely from a hollerith code aperture card to a COM microfiche or 16mm, 100' blipped rolls. There are also possibilities for more variations, like a jacket fiche or 215' 35mm non-blipped rolls or non-hollerith aperture cards.

 

If plans are currently using these systems, then it would be advisable to choose a provider who can handle all these and other formats. Considering the limited number of experienced and qualified providers, it isn't that hard to select the right one. All that has to be done is to check out the provider's record and success at scanning and converting data formats and documents for large government agencies.

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