Why Choose Us | Custom Digital Conversion Solutions
Trust Experience And Expertise When Choosing Your Digital Conversion Partner
Beginning a digital conversion project can be intimidating, and with many ways to move forward it’s difficult to know who to work with or which solution is best for you. If you decide to work with us, we’ll tailor a custom solution to your specific needs so that at the end of your project you have a success, not a copy of someone else’s project.
Sure, we have the years in business (60+) to say that we’re good at what we do, and we have the clients and references to back us up. You’ll probably hear that from most companies you talk to, so these are just table stakes and we need to prove to you that we’re more than what we’ve already done in the past.
Our project review process helps us nail down the peculiarities of every job we take on, and gives YOU the ability to review, refine, and approve the outcome of your project. Every company will have a way of executing their projects, and our way is what we’ve found to work best over the years. It’s not just a way of doing it, either; it really is a process, which should give you peace of mind knowing that your project is getting the attention it deserves, just the same as the other projects we work on, regardless of size or compensation.
Our specialty is microfilm scanning and conversion, and if you’re looking for someone to help you in this area we also have a specific microfilm scanning process that we’ve refined over the past 20+ years. Anyone can buy a scanner and say they’re a “microfilm scanning company,” but it takes thousands of microfilm projects to truly understand the best method of doing these types of projects. Even if you have a microfilm scanner, microfilm is so nuanced that you need to know the material itself: our staff has over 200 years worth of combined microfilm knowledge. When you’re sending your microfilm out for a scanning project, which sounds better: 200 years of microfilm experience, or the company that started in 2005?