Microform To Digital

Microfilm

Do you want to take advantage of using your PCs to access your records? Do you have microfilm records for any of the following applications or business areas?

  • Accounts Payable
  • Register of Deeds
  • County Clerks
  • County Treasurers
  • Board Meeting Minutes
  • Human Resources
  • Newspapers

If so let MIS turn your microfilm into high quality digital images and receive customized data retrieval.

 For over 32 years, MIS has helped its customers manage and store information. Let us use our experience to help you convert your microfilm to digital images. Modern Information Systems experts will work closely with you to customize a microfilm conversion and information retrieval process to meet all of your business needs. We can take on any job size from small to large.

Using state of the art scanning equipment, built-in quality control at every step of the process and a highly experienced workforce, MIS will convert your 16 or 35 mm roll film or cartridges to digital images. Once the images are created, they can be indexed in any way to meet your requirements. MIS can help you choose the right software for data retrieval or can build the retrieval software into the output media. We will put your output on CD-ROM, DVD or meet your specific requirements for output media. We can also host your documents on the web so that you have no hardware or software investment.

Benefits include:

  • Microfilm is compact, which makes it easier and less costly to store than bound periodicals
  • While digital images and documents often require advanced searching skills or special software to view, microfilm is readable with a magnifying glass
  • The Federal Government of the United States recognizes microfilm in all 50 states as a medium that legally retains a copy of the original for 500 years

Start with:

  • 16 mm rolls or jackets
  • 35 mm rolls or jackets

Export to:

  • Documentum
  • FileNet
  • Legato
  • Alchemy
  • Others systems

Receive Output on:

  • CD-ROM
  • DVD

Other Services:

  • Document Indexing
  • Input by MIS
  • Integrate client database
  • Bar coding
  • OCR services

 


 

Microfiche

Start with:

  • 16 mm fiche or jackets
  • 35 mm fiche or jackets
  • COM
  • 105 mm Step & Repeat Microfiche
  • Aperture cards

Export to:

  • Documentum
  • FileNet
  • Legato
  • Alchemy
  • Other Systems

Receive Output on:

  • CD-ROM
  • DVD
  • Internet
  • FTP

Other Services:

  • Document Indexing
  • Input by MIS
  • Integrate client database
  • Bar coding
  • OCR services
  • ICR Services

Scanned information can be supplied in many formats including:

  • TIFF – the most standard raster format
  • PDF – a simple raster scan can include OCR information that can be cut and pasted to other applications
  • GIF – generally used for Internet applications
  • JPEG – for color images