Watch the third and final video in our series of three microfilm conversion solution videos; video highlights indexing and searching as an important consideration when evaluating microfilm conversion options
Sunnyvale, California – November 20, 2012 – BMI Imaging Systems, a leading provider of microfilm conversion solutions, microfiche scanning and document imaging services, announced today that it is releasing its third in a series of three videos outlining important considerations for government agencies and companies evaluating microfilm conversion options in the market.
The third video (three in a series of three) discusses how Digital ReeL utilizes your existing indexing method so that users can find information. The video also shows how users can leverage full-text search to truly unlock the searching potential within your archive.
As organizations continue their microfilm conversion projects, consideration should be given how researchers will locate records once they are digitized. Many users are familiar with current indexing and searching within existing physical archives. This microfilm conversion solution video explains how Digital ReeL leverages your existing indexing methodology (e.g. roll/frame, case number, book/page) so that researchers can access records in a familiar way.
The video goes on to show how Digital ReeL incorporates full-text searching to complement existing micrographic indexing methods. Users can search for records across the entire archive using words, phrases and numbers.
About BMI’s Digital ReeL Microfilm Conversion Solution
Digital ReeL is a complete microfilm conversion solution. BMI will convert your microfilm to virtual, digital microfilm rolls at one of our secure facilities (on-site option available). The Digital ReeL microfilm conversion service creates a digital replica of your original microfilm or microfiche. The entire microfilm roll or fiche is digitally converted. The Digital ReeL microfilm conversion solution includes a software application that emulates microfilm retrieval from a reader printer. Users retrieve virtual microfilm rolls from a PC workstation, avoiding the hassles that come with physical microfilm and legacy reader printers.
BMI has been a leader in microfilm conversion, microfiche scanning and document management services for 50 years. BMI offers industry-leading scanning products from Canon and e-ImageData (ScanPro 2000) and the ApplicationXtender document management product line from EMC Corporation. BMI has developed the Digital ReeL microfilm conversion solution. BMI’s Digital ReeL serves commercial and government agencies throughout the United States and has developed a customer list of more than 2,000 accounts. BMI is headquartered just outside San Francisco in Sunnyvale, California, with an additional facility in Sacramento, California.