Atlanta, Georgia Microfilm Conversion Solution
If you’re looking for microfilm conversion solutions, we’re glad you found us!
Numerous solutions are available to scan your microfilm or microfiche to digital, and we’re ready to explore the best option for YOU. Each project is unique, a one-of-a-kind event, and we’re excited to help you make your project a success. Explore the information below, or go to our Home Page to see all of our services available to you.
- For a quick start on your project, take a look at our “Frequently Asked Questions” page to see some common questions we receive, and the solutions we provide.
- Curious about what makes us a viable option for you? Check out our “Why Choose Us” page to get an idea of why we’d be a great fit for your project.
- Do your records contain sensitive/confidential information? Our “Security” page gives you an overview of how your records will be handled, which should give you some peace of mind.
We look forward to hearing from you!
BMI Imaging serves private companies and government agencies in the Atlanta, Georgia metro area, including the following industries:
Atlanta, Georgia Microfilm and Microfiche Scanning Solution
Digital ReeL Overview
Ideal for government agencies and companies, Digital ReeL is an Atlanta, Georgia microfilm conversion solution. BMI will scan your microfilm to digital microfilm at our secure California facility (we work with local partners if your records must remain in Atlanta, Georgia). Our microfilm conversion solution includes a web viewer, making it seamless to access your digital records.
Digital ReeL includes a web-based viewer that replicates microfiche retrieval from a physical reader printer. Your users access records using the same search and retrieval methodology they currently utilize, but now leverage an internet-connected device instead of a physical reader.
Digital ReeL combines full-text searching capabilities with the utilization of your existing indexing methodology (e.g. book/page, case number, roll/frame) to enable users to quickly find information. Even multiple indexing methodologies can be accommodated.
Digital ReeL is often 50% less expensive than other Atlanta microfilm conversion services because we price per microfilm roll (not per individual image).
Install at Your Georgia Location or Leverage the Cloud
- On Premise: After BMI completes microfilm conversion service at your Atlanta, Georgia business where your IT department manages your digitally converted microfilm records along with the Digital ReeL application. Users access records from a computer through the Digital ReeL web interface.
- Cloud Option: BMI not only performs the microfilm conversion service, but also hosts your digital microfilm records at our data center. Your researchers will log into the Digital ReeL web client to search and access records (the same interface as the on premise option).
Digital ReeL is the Practical Solution for Your Legacy Records
- Affordable: Digital ReeL is normally priced per microfiche sheet with indexing at the microfiche title level. With this process, you can easily replicate your existing search methods and save money by skipping the expensive document-level indexing step.
- Microfiche Scanning Accuracy: We digitally scan the entire microfiche sheet, preserving your microfiche exactly as they appear physically. No images missed, no data lost.
Web Viewer Included
The Digital ReeL Atlanta, Georgia microfilm conversion solution includes a software application that emulates microfilm retrieval from a physical reader. Users access virtual microfilm from a computer, avoiding the troubles that often that come with physical microfilm and out-of-date reader printers.
Digital ReeL combines full-text searching capabilities with your existing micrographic indexing scheme so users can quickly find information. Book and page, case number, roll and frame, and more are examples that Digital ReeL supports. Even multiple indexing methodologies can be supported.
After users find the records they are looking for, they can adjust the quality of the image using grayscale and then crop and frame images to be exported in PDF and TIFF formats. Users can email or print one or multiple records from the interface.