FNTI Awarded Court Records Conversion Project by the Superior Court of Orange County

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Company to Electronically Preserve 31 Million Pages Representing 340 Thousand Court Records

FNTI has successfully completed similar conversion projects for courts in Hillsborough and Clay Counties in Fla., and in Maricopa County, Ariz.

FNTI, a leader in large-scale document conversion projects, announces that it has been awarded a contract by the Superior Court of California, County of Orange to scan and convert to images an estimated 31 million pages representing approximately 340 thousand court case files.

The conversion project will enable the Court to reduce storage and transportation costs of paper records, mitigate the risk of loss of or damage to court files, and improve the efficiency with which historical records are searched, managed and retrieved.

"We are gratified by the Court's decision to award FNTI this important project," says Ron Free, FNTI President. "Over the years, the men and women of FNTI have carefully cultivated a reputation for quality, reliability and efficiency, and I believe that contributed to our selection as the finalist in the competitive bidding process."

The conversion project, already underway, is expected to be completed by July 31, 2016. Work will be performed at the Court's storage facility, where FNTI will establish an end-to-end document conversion facility, staffed by FNTI employees and locally-hired conversion specialists who have passed rigorous background screening and testing.

FNTI will employ Decisis, its proprietary automated production control system, to manage and track the inventory of documents throughout the production lifecycle. Conversion services will include document preparation, scanning, quality control, indexing and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for extracting relevant data from court files.

FNTI has successfully completed similar conversion projects for courts in Hillsborough and Clay Counties in Fla., and in Maricopa County, Ariz.

Now entering its 36th year of operation, FNTI has converted more than three billion documents supporting more than 1,700 document conversion projects for institutions and companies in government, health care, insurance, pension, title insurance and the courts. A leader in large-scale document conversion projects, FNTI provides robust on-site and remote record scanning, indexing and redaction services of all types of physical records, optimizing them for hosting in commercial and proprietary content management applications. FNTI employs Decisis, an advanced, proprietary production management platform, to manage the inventory and processing of records, optimizing each conversion step to achieve maximum efficiency, image quality and data integrity. The company maintains its headquarters in San Jose, Calif. and its website is located at fnti-imaging.com.

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