What sets a great digital conversion project apart from one that's just alright? Read our article to learn how to set your project up for success and to ensure the best possible outcomes by uniting your team around common goals, designating roles and responsibilities, and more!
You've decided to digitize your records, awesome! But are you solving the right problem? Check out our article to get some tips for making sure that your project is a success and you're solving the right problem.
Having the right partner for your paper scanning project can determine the success of your project. However, the task of finding a partner can be daunting. Read our guide on things you should consider and questions you should ask when you're searching for a partner, such as "what kind of technology do they have?" and "what kind of experience do they have on similar projects?".
Choosing to scan your paper records is a big decision, but how long does a paper scanning project take? Learn some timeline factors that will affect your project, including the quantity and type of paper records, your indexing specifications, and the project's complexity. Three example projects are also illustrated to help you get a feel for what it takes!
Do you have aperture cards you want to scan and are curious about how it's done? Our 10-step aperture card scanning process will show you how we convert your physical aperture card collection to digital files, including steps such as transportation, process flow creation, scanning, digital delivery, and more.
Do you know if your microfilm is 100' or 215' long? If you're not sure, you could be in for a surprise when you get them scanned! Learn how to tell the difference by looking, measuring, and squeezing your microfilm.
Do you have questions about paper scanning? Here are our 5 most frequently asked questions that we answer for you, including "how much does paper scanning cost?" and "what does the paper scanning process look like?"
Choosing to scan your microfiche is a big decision, but how long does a microfiche scanning project take? Learn some timeline factors that will affect your project, including the quantity and type of microfiche, your indexing specifications, and the project's overall complexity. Three example projects are also illustrated.
Are you wondering if it's time to digitize your microfilm? There are six signs indicating you should scan your film, including deterioration, not having a backup recovery dataset, and illegible images.
Should you have your records digitized on-site (at your office) or sent off-site (to a scanning company's facility)? Before jumping into a decision, consider the various factors including transportation, cost, speed of the project, and available resources.