nextScan is a global leader in technological developments for the micrographics conversion and document management industries. Approximately 42% of nextScan microfilm scanning deployments are due to exports, and nextScan equipment installations can be found in over 45 countries worldwide, across five continents. The success of nextScan’s international business initiatives is greatly driven by the continuous market requirements analysis conducted by nextScan and the implementation of well-tailored microfilm conversion solutions that reflect the realities of international markets.
In 2015, nextScan merged with ST Imaging, the microfilm scanner division of Digital Check Corporation. ST Imaging has gained a strong reputation and demand for its ST ViewScan III, a small microform scanner that is efficient, easy to operate, and uses an industry-leading 14 megapixel camera. nextScan handles all international sales , reseller management and distribution of the ST Imaging ViewScan III.
When working with nextScan, international customers need never worry about the supply of spare parts and can rest assured that the prices for those parts will be within a reasonable range to keep the cost of ownership competitive. nextScan develops all hardware and software exclusively at its Idaho, USA headquarters. Response to software or hardware requests is done effectively and in a timely fashion. nextScan’s international sales team has vast experience with project assessment, training and support outside of the USA, and can ensure that any experience is smooth and seamless.
For organizations outside of the USA seeking scanning hardware and software for microfilm and microfiche conversion, nextScan encourages you to read on about the company’s extensive experience and accomplishments with international business initiatives.
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In addition to this award, Pinal has been presented with the 2014 Export Achievement Award by the United States Department of Commerce, was selected to participate in the 2013 Idaho Governor Trade Mission to Russia and the 2015 Trade Mission to Latin America, and was invited by the US Chamber of Commerce, and participated actively, in the lobbying for the renewal of the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA). He is currently a member of the Idaho Export Council.
nextScan’s Expanding Document Imaging Sales in 39 Countries is Helping Customers Around the World Preserve Valuable Records.