Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) June 1, 2010
Microfacs Inc, an imaging and document conversion company, announces the successful completion of a major scanning and indexing project done for the United States military. The job entailed scanning and indexing 1.4 million images from 16 mm jacketed microfiche.
Six state-of-the-art Sunrise Digital Microfiche scanners were used to complete this project. The project was done in a secured facility located in Minneapolis Minnesota.
"This job was fairly complex and required intensive quality control because there were many duplicate fiche and fiche that was missing or out of sequence," said Rick Romens, President of Microfacs. "We excel in projects that require more "hands on" inspection and monitoring."
Microfac's core business is taking microfilm media such as microfiche, 16mm and 35 mm microfilm and aperture cards and scanning into a digital format. Indexing is "labeling" each image with critical identifiers such as name, date, location and ID number. This allows efficient searching and retrieval of stored files.
Many contracts require a high level of confidentiality and document integrity; Microfacs Inc has the experience and systems to handle these type of contracts.
Microfacs is a privately owned company located in Minneapolis Minnesota that specializes in the digital conversion of documents and images from an original format to various file types and formats. Specifically Microfacs excels in microfiche conversion, microfilm conversion and aperture card conversion. Microfacs was founded in 1988. For more information on Microfacs please call them at 866-882-4282, or go to their website http://www.microfacs.com