Jackson Local Schools, Ohio had archived its student and employment records on microfilm and microfiche. Searching for records on microfilm was a slow and cumbersome process and when a microfilm reader broke, the school had to make a decision: invest their limited dollars in replacing the reader printer or invest in a microfilm scanning solution.
After researching a few alternatives, Jackson Local Schools selected BMI Imaging’s Digital ReeL because it was affordable and easy-to-implement. Digital ReeL’s software application includes a unique adjustable grayscale feature that enables Jackson users to optimize the quality of difficult-to-read records. In addition, Digital ReeL’s redaction feature enables workers to block out sensitive information prior to sending a school or employment record to those requesting the information.