In this article we describe three of the ways we securely transport our client's microfilm: Shipping / Mail, Ground Transportation, and an Air / Ground Combo. Which one will you choose?
Is your organization or department required to keep certain documents based on a retention schedule? Do you want to deal with messy paper files, or would you rather have a clean and simple digital copy of those records? Read our article about retention and digital scanning to see if creating electronic files from your hard copy records would make sense for you.
Getting ready to start a microfilm scanning project? Use our "TIPs" to get your film ready to scan! Triage, Inventory, Pack, and you're ready to go.
If you find yourself wondering how your microfilm's holding up, take a few minutes to educate yourself about microfilm degradation and identify three common signs that you may have an issue.
Thinking about scanning your microfilm? Worried about spending too much? There are many low-cost options available, but are they right for you? Before getting in touch with a scanning company (even us), take a quick break and read our article to see if price is really your pain point.
Good question! If you're thinking about starting a digital conversion project and don't know if you want to take it in-house or hire a company to provide the services, this article's for you. Read on! Knowledge awaits...
Contracts and negotiations are a necessary, though not always loved, part of digital conversion projects. Read on to learn some tips to make your contract process with your conversion partner more enjoyable.
Thinking about starting a digital conversion project? Create clarity, buy-in, and a focus toward a unified goal by reverse engineering your project. Check out our article and click the link below!
During the 2018 holiday season, a group of BMI teammates volunteered at Martha's Kitchen to prepare food for the hungry in the local San Jose area.
Your project is unique, and that's why you deserve a custom-built digital conversion process flow to make your project a success. Check out our article to see what goes into a custom process flow and why it's important to your project.