Are you considering improving your business' efficiency and cost-effectiveness by doing your document scanning in-house? If this is the case, then you need to make sure that the scanner you choose works well for your office's needs. To this end, you will need a high capacity scanner. This, however, doesn't narrow your options enough. There are countless high capacity scanners out there, so finding the right one can be difficult. To help you make the right decision for your company, we have listed the best high capacity scanners to put on your shortlist right now.
Well it's finally happened. Canon Canada, the long-time microfilm industry leader, has announced the discontinuation of their microfilm toner cartridges and so ends a significant era in microfilm history.
Need to transition your microfilm archive into a digital format? You probably fear that it will be a costly and/or time-consuming process, one that will occupy your staff’s valuable time and disrupt your office’s normal routine.
Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. At MES, we are like microfilm magicians. We pick up your microfilm records and –like magic—turn them into digital files. Okay, it doesn’t really happen with the wave of a magic wand, but it will seem just as easy to you. That’s because we take care of the entire process for you, at our location, so you and your staff won’t even notice anything happening. There is no interruption to your workflow, and no distractions or inconveniences for your employees.
If your business relies on microfilm to store your records, you probably spend a good portion of your time on tasks related to saving and maintaining these files. A tool that can help with this process would surely eliminate a lot of stress and work from your day.
If your business needs a microfilm scanner, you have many choices available. But it’s important to pick the scanner that best meets your needs, while also providing the best value for your money. Since trying to figure out exactly which machine is right for you may be confusing, here are some things to look for:
Compatibility: You don’t want to have to buy several different machines, but you also don’t want to run into compatibility issues. Look for a machine that can read and save files from different types of formats: microfilm, microfiche and aperture cards, among others.
If you need help transitioning your records system from a microfilm archive into a digital format, you may have started looking for a firm that handles this type of project. Well, there’s good news: we can make your search a lot easier. At MES, we specialize in microfilm scanning services in Hamilton. We’ve been providing these services to numerous clients in the local area for years (decades, actually).
We’ve refined and perfected our process over the years, so that we now have it down to an efficient system that allows us to make the experience as stress-free as possible for you. We start with a meeting where we find out exactly what you need and explain our process in detail. We will then review your information and come up with a plan, complete with specific recommendations of how we can help you.
Microfilm scanning in Ontario allows you to safely archive fragile documents. If you want to preserve delicate documents indefinitely, like newspapers, blueprints, drawings, maps and more, microfilming is a great choice to make information readily available well into the future.
MES Hybrid Document Systems is Canada's leading microfilm scanning services company. If you need someone to handle microfilm scanning in Ontario, we want to be your top choice.
Microfilming is the storage of documents and information onto film. It is very unique because it can be viewed with the naked eye without software or hardware, it can hold an unlimited amount of data and is much less expensive than other means of storage.