Idaho District Export Council Member Ernesto Pinal of nextScan Elected to National Steering Committee

Idaho Business Interests To Be Represented Nationally by leading Microfilm Scanning Equipment and Software Development Manufacturer, nextScan (a Division of Digital Check Corp.) Idaho’s District Export Council member Ernesto Pinal was elected to serve on the National Steering Committee for the Pacific North District Export Council. Mr. Pinal, is the Director of International Business Development for nextScan, a world leading manufacturer of micrographics equipment. The Pacific North District Export Council serves North California, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Montana, ...

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FlexView: Affordable Microfilm Conversion Has Arrived

nextScan and ST Imaging, both divisions of Digital Check Corp. and leaders in micrographics conversion products, have combined their technologies to create a low cost production microfilm scanner. This scanner, the FlexView, will debut at the 2017 American Library Association Annual Conference (ALA) in Chicago, June 23-26th. Bruce Rennecker, General Manager of nextScan and ST Imaging, states, “Our company’s mission is to help organizations quickly, efficiently, and economically covert their microfilm archives to preserve their film history. We’ve found many ...

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Acquisition Unites Two Top Microfilm Scanner Manufacturers

    Over the years, nextScan’s industry leading scanning technology has helped our company to develop the highest speed production scanners and most sophisticated workflow software application for government, corporate, and archival applications. This acquisition by Digital Check will be of significant benefit to both nextScan and ST Imaging. By combining resources and technology, nextScan and ST Imaging will soon be able to offer the fastest conversion speeds and feature rich imaging enhancement software to all segments in the micrographics marketplace. C...

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nextScan Announces Sale to Digital Check and Strategic Partnership with ST Imaging

BOISE, ID -  NOVEMBER 05, 2015 nextScan, a world leader in cutting edge technology for the micrographics conversion and document management industry, announces today that they have been acquired by Digital Check of Northbrook, IL. Digital Check is the worldwide leader and manufacturer of Digital Check Scanners for the banking, financial services, POS, and small business markets. Digital Check’s Microfilm Scanner Division, ST Imaging, has gained a strong reputation and demand for their ST ViewScan III. This small microform scanner is efficient, easy to operate, and uses ...

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nextScan Introduces Optical Character Recognition, (OCR) and Redaction as new Features to their NextStar PLUS Workflow Software Suite

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release     nextScan Introduces Optical Character Recognition, (OCR) and Redaction as new Features to their NextStar PLUS Workflow Software Suite Enhanced Features Offer Single Solution for Comprehensive Document Management Boise, ID –– nextScan, Inc.,  a world leader in cutting edge technology for the micrographics conversion and document management industry, debuted last week at the ARMA (American Records Management Show), in Washington D.C.  a new comprehensive software solution with built in OCR and Redaction. Kurt ...

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nextScan and FamilySearch …. Partnering in Preservation

an interview with Michael Benson, Operations Manager Imaging Services, Records Division - FamilySearch FamilySearch is family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations.  Historically known as the Genealogical Society of Utah (GSU) and founded in 1894, FamilySearch is an outgrowth of the many pioneering preservations techniques of the industry. FamilySearch is a non-profit funded by The Church of Jesus Christ Latter- day Saints. This society first developed the use of microfilm cameras to copy records in 1938.  After World War II, the use ...

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