Digital Scanning & Microfilm Conversion
The days of storing files in a cabinet or at an off-site storage facility are numbered. As document digitization takes over, many businesses are looking for ways to downsize storage needs while increasing access to their information. Ever wish you had access to your stored microfilm information at your fingertips? Challenge has the solution! For 20 years, Challenge has been providing archival microfilm services to libraries, universities & colleges, and government offices and has earned a reputation of specializing in historical, special needs type microfilming. With the acceptance of digital technologies in preservation and the ever-increasing need for access to data files, Challenge now bridges the gap between microfilm and digital technologies by converting your stored 16mm & 35mm microfilm records into usable digital files. We can create CDs & DVDs and offer indexing and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) as search methodology. You’ll have instant access at your fingertips. No more time-consuming microfilm readers and lost time searching film archives. Information stored forever on microfilm, but accessible on your computer. A beautiful combination! With our large format scanner we have the ability to scan maps and architectural drawings. Many companies have to keep files for several years and space is a precious commodity. So what better way to maximize that space than to convert those files into digital form and store on a CD or DVD – we estimate that you can get 125,000 documents on a DVD.
For further information call
Russ Maracle at 607-272-8990 Extn. 140
or E-mail Russ at firstname.lastname@example.org