3 results for month: 02/2014


nextScan to Showcase VirtualFilm and NEW Microfilm Scanning Products at CeBit

nextScan would like to invite you to visit our stand at the CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, Germany, March 10-14, 2014. Let us demonstrate how our technology and solutions can assist you in streamlining your business processes for the conversion of Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture cards. Please visit us at Stand K30 in Hall 3 at CeBIT for a personal consultation and product demonstrations, and help us understand how we can maximize your project results while optimizing your return on investment through the offering of customized film and fiche scanning applications. Learn about Virtual Film and other revolutionary new products from nextScan during ...

nextScan receives visit from Meridian, ID Mayor, Tammy de Weerd

  Meridian is the fastest growing city in the State of Idaho and Meridian’s mayor Tammy de Weerd, who has been in the Mayoral office since 2004, has been a huge player in the growth and business success of the area.  On February 12, 2014, Mayor Tammy and Brenda Sherwood, the Economic Development Administrator for Meridian visited nextScan’s corporate office in Meridian for a personal tour of the facility and a demonstration of Microfilm and Microfiche scanning technology.  They also sat with nextScan leadership to learn more about how the mayor’s office and city of Meridian can help nextScan grow their business.  It was great to have ...

nextScan Featured in Idaho Business Review – Access to the Past

Access to the Past Document digitization lets people search, send paper, microfilm files The Information Age has led to a massive shift in how people store information. Today, a person can carry in his briefcase several file cabinets’ worth of documentation.  Portability isn’t the only shift that’s occurred. “Access in real time to data is now the expectation,” said Ernesto Pinal, executive vice president of NextScan, a Meridian company that builds scanners and software to convert microfilm to digital files. Twenty or 30 years ago, the only large-scale alternative to paper document storage was microfilm, Pinal said. But now, ...