Deciding to scan your microfilm is a big step forward, but how long does a microfilm scanning project take? Learn the timeline factors that affect a project, including quantity and type of microfilm, indexing requirements, and project complexity. We also detail three projects as examples.
Scanning large format documents (such as building plans, engineering drawings, oversized books, and newspapers) requires specific methods of capture that goes beyond "normal" paper scanning. We'll describe the different large format sheet sizes, scanning methods, and output options that you have available for your conversion project.
Digitization can be a game-changer for your organization and create incredible data effectiveness and employee productivity. But it's not a magic bullet. Read about the 5 myths and 6 benefits of digitization to guarantee the success of your digital conversion project.
The BMI Milestone 1 Proof Of Concept Process: Building, Testing, & Refining Your Digital Conversion Project
Successfully completing a digital conversion project requires upfront effort, hard work, and a good dose of smarts. Our 3-phase Milestone 1 Proof of Concept process ensures that your project is built correctly, tested to ensure workability, and refined to get you the result you need.
Aperture cards are a lesser-known type of microform, but just as important when it comes to data and information storage. Learn about what makes an aperture card, its various types, and methods to scan, index, and access digital aperture card records.
Are you concerned about running into problems during your microfilm scanning project? Here are 7 common problems we see, and our solutions to help make you comfortable. Problems include costs, organization, and handing over your records to a scanning company.
Do you find yourself wondering what to do with your outdated microfiche reader? Three available options are 1) digitize your microfiche, 2) get a new microfiche scanner, and 3) purge your microfiche records and scan-on-demand. Find out which option is best for you.
Do you know how your paper files get scanned? Our 9-step process includes unit tracking, preparation, scanning, and post-scan image processing to ensure you get the results you want and need.
Do you know the difference between microfilm and microfiche? Regardless of which material type is yours, having a basic knowledge of the similarities and differences can help you decide what to do with your records going forward. And if you're considering digital scanning, it can make a big difference in price!
Do you have a bunch of file boxes lying around that you want to get scanned? And do want to know how much paper scanning costs? 7 key factors influence what you'll pay, including the number of boxes to scan, the type of records you have, and the complexity of the indexing and file organization.