CDI has extensive experience in document and data capture, Enterprise Content Management (ECM), automatic classification and metadata tagging and integrating disparate data sources into a single display interface.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 03, 2011
CDI is proud to announce that they have been selected as one of the vendors to provide preservation imaging services to the state of Texas under the auspices of the Council on Competitive Government (CCG) and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC). The Master Contract for Digital Imaging Services gives state agencies, local governments, and higher education institutions the ability to convert paper documents to electronic files as well as to host and manage documents online. CCG, according to its charter, developed the contract to ensure that a vehicle exists to deliver digital imaging services in ways that improve efficiency, effectiveness with results that are relevant to citizens. TSLAC is the agency responsible for managing this Master contract.
CDI’s statement of work for Preservation Imaging under this contract includes the following services:
- Document Capture
- Data Capture
- Image Processing
- Image Repository Hosting and Maintenance
- Special Handling, Storage and Transportation
- Preservation of historical and/or ‘distressed’ documents
- Needs Assessment and Analysis (NAA)
CDI has extensive experience in document and data capture, Enterprise Content Management (ECM), automatic classification and metadata tagging and integrating disparate data sources into a single display interface. Consequently, CDI offers government and industry various outsource services as well as the ability to design and implement a robust internal information management infrastructure.