What You Want: a user-friendly application to load digital images for file access and digital storage, and a hard copy microfilm replica to comply with legal statutes.
What You Get: a user-friendly application to load digital images for file access and digital storage, and a hard copy microfilm replica to comply with legal statutes.
BMI Imaging Systems’ Microfilm Digital Archive (MDA) is ideal for Government Departments (e.g. Recorders, Clerks) and highly regulated agencies that are required to commit records to physical, eye-readable microfilm for long-term archive and disaster recovery readiness.
Unlike manual and error-prone image-to-film archive solutions, MDA provides a web-based application that enables staff to upload their images and preview “rolls” prior to physical microfilm creation. MDA programmatically verifies document number sequencing and validates page counts so that your staff has focused and reduced review requirements. In addition to your microfilm roll, MDA includes a hosted digital replica of the microfilm for the exclusive use of the client and its users. The digital roll is a permanent copy to mirror the hard copy film, so in the event of a disaster, you’re prepared.
Easily see which records have been Archived and which are still being created.
Once a “roll” is Archived, a permanent, uneditable digital copy is stored for future access. At the same time, BMI creates a physical microfilm roll with the records and sends the microfilm to you for your vault.
While a “roll” is still being updated by your staff (loading digital records into MDA), the progress tracker provides information for easy use. Items such as the Doc Range of the roll, the percent of the roll that has been filled, and issues detected in the loaded records are all illustrated for your staff.
A visual display of a digital microfilm rolls of your records is shown to your staff once they upload records to MDA. The appearance of the digital roll is an exact replica of what will be permanently stored in the hosted MDA application, as well as what will be physically produced by BMI when a roll is completed and archived.