Younger people who have grown up with computers do not understand how time-consuming it is to search microfilm, microfiche, or aperture cards. But for clerks in county courthouses, libraries, or other offices who have one of these older mediums they spend two, three, or even four hours a day searching those older mediums they need for reports. Scanning your information can save time and money is an incredible understatement.

Students who are looking for historical information may have to use library microfilm or microfiche to find that information. It can take hours to find it. The microfilm or microfiche may become brittle and torn making it hard to get it into the reader. There may be sections that have several words missing because of damage.

If you spend hours a day looking for information on microfiche, microfilm, or aperture cards then it is time to consider scanning that information into digital form. The digital form can save you hours a day allowing you to be more productive.

Digital form for your information provides several benefits. Those benefits include:

  • Easily accessed information
  • Saves time
  • Digital will last much longer than microfiche or microfilm
  • No need to worry about the only copy being lost to fire or flood as the digitized copy will be on the cloud
  • Cost-efficient
  • Saves storage space the digitized form can be stored on the cloud, and you don’t need big bulky readers to see the material

Those are just some of the benefits of scanning your microfilm, microfiche, or aperture cards.

Who can benefit from digital information

Many businesses can benefit from scanning their microfilm, microfiche, or aperture cards. Some of those who can benefit from digitized information include:

  • State and local government such as county clerks
  • Libraries and education
  • Business and legal
  • Historical societies
  • HR and Personnel
  • Manufacturing
  • Title companies
  • Newspapers

These are just a few places that can benefit from digitized information.

Some names of businesses we have helped with scanning their records and making it easier for them to find the information when needed include:

  • Notre Dame Highschool in Lawrenceville, NJ – student records.
  • The DeLorean Motor Corporation – schematics and drawings.
  • Blackhawk County, Iowa recorder’s office – the office found after digitizing the information they had no long waits for the information.

Why having Scanning Revolution scan your material is cost-efficient

Using scanning Revolution to scan your material is cost-efficient by saving money on costly software and equipment, as well as your time.

The money you save on scanners for these mediums and the time your time can be spent on other upgrades in the office. You also save space in storage and equipment to read the older mediums.

You never have to worry that your information will be seen by anyone who is not designated to see it. Once we scan your material we package it back up and send it back to you. You will then be able to access that material from the cloud.

We can also scan your documents like forms, HR handbooks, county maps, manufacturing blueprints, and more.

Types of mediums we scan

We scan microfilm, microfiche, and aperture cards.

Microfilm we scan includes:

  • Sizes 16mm and 35mm
  • 3M cartridge film
  • Positive or negative film

Microfiche we scan includes:

  • Standard 24X
  • Jacketed fiche
  • Comfiche
  • Positive or negative film

Aperture Cards – we scan all types of aperture cards. We can also read Hollerith data that we can use to create an index for the cards.

If you have sent us a file and need it ASAP, we scan it and send the scan to you via E-mail.

Cloud storage – Cloud storage makes it easy to access your files. Our team of experts will help you set up security measures and train your staff on how to access the information.

Our pricing

Our pricing is reasonable, and we offer a free sample for you. We always provide a free sample scan, so you will be able to see what the final product will look like.

Roll film and microfiche

As Low as $16.50 per roll or $1.00 per microfiche

16mm 100′ film 16.50 per roll

16mm 215′ film 20.00 per roll

3M Cartridge film 20.00 per roll

35mm film 16.50 per roll

Microfiche call for pricing

Aperture Card scanning (to include Hollerith data)

As Low as 15 cents per card. Re-scans are 25 cents per card.

* $200.00 job minimum, shipping is an additional cost

Cost-efficient, saves you money on scanners and readers, saves storage space, and information is quickly accessible are you ready to get started? Have questions? Contact us or call Phone: 1-800-274-5568. We are an accredited A+ business by the BBB.

Published On: May 4th, 2022Categories: Blog0 Comments