During its heyday, microfilm was the dominant storage medium for important documents, and it was used almost universally by government agencies and businesses of all sizes.
In the present day, digital files have surpassed microfilm in almost every way, but there are still millions upon millions of vital historical collections that remain trapped on microfilm. Converting them to digital format before they deteriorate is a high priority, but in some large-scale operations, converting thousands of reels of micrographic media into digital documents can be an intimidating task. If you haven’t done this kind of project before, you can quickly run into unexpected cost increases and missed deadlines caused by mistakes in your planning and execution.
In this one-hour webinar, Roger Noel and Adam Cecil will show you why your intimidating microfilm conversion task doesn’t need to be so frightening – if you have the proper equipment. nextScan has decades of experience designing and building high-speed microfilm scanners, as well as managing large-scale conversion projects, and we’ll share our expertise to show you:
nextScan bridges the gap between microfilm and the digital world as the leading scanning solution developed in partnership with government agencies and scanning service providers to deliver unmatched productivity and return on investment. nextScan’s scanners convert large amounts of microfilmed data to quality digital images with optimum speed and efficiency. We know a thing or two about microfilm, and we want to ensure that your microfilm conversion operation is performing at its highest efficacy, technologically and economically.
Roger Noel has been working in the information management/digital transformation area for over 20 years. He has spent the last three years at nextScan working as Western Regional Sales Manager and over a decade managing the nextScan technical support team.
Adam’s technologically driven strategic role is tailored to enhance support to nextScan’s growing network of international partners and ever-increasing global opportunities. Adam’s strong IT background stems from 13 years of professional experience including sales support and engineering. Adam graduated from Murray State University in Kentucky with a B.S. in photography. His strong IT background combined with his unique understanding of photographic processes make him uniquely qualified in understanding the importance of digitizing and backing up documents in today’s digital world.