“The latest in book scanning technology can save law libraries time, money, and energy and labor costs.”
Robb Richardson, President book2net Inc. North America
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) July 14, 2011
At the 104th legal education annual conference, Ristech will demonstrate both the book2net Spirit, the first entry-level high-resolution book scanner designed for fast and simple public use as well as the book2net Kiosk, which includes a high-resolution, single-shot camera that can scan up to 2,000 pages per hour and is still gentle on books. The company will be at booth 638 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 24 and 25, and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 26.
“Legal documents are incredibly important, timely and sensitive, which is why law libraries across North America are increasingly adopting book2net book scanning technology,” said Robb Richardson, President, book2net, North American Operations. “The latest in book scanning technology can save law libraries time, money, and energy and labor costs.”
The AALL Annual Meeting and Conference is the premier educational conference for legal information professionals with about 2,000 law librarians from across the country participating in educational opportunities and industry updates.
About Ristech Company
Ristech Company is a leading distributor of document management and micrographics solutions for the Canadian and U.S. markets. Formed in 1995, we have built our name on a commitment to providing companies with leading-edge technology, convenient service offerings, and the expertise and knowledge required to support these technologies. For more information, please visit http://www.ristech.ca.
About book2net Inc.
book2net Inc. is an international alliance of manufacturers, libraries and service providers that design and produce book scanning technology. With an installed base of more than 500 clients including the Library of Congress, the British Library, National Archive of Sweden and many leading academic libraries in North America, book2net develops technology from the ground up with end users at the table. For more information, visit http://www.book2net.net.