Sunnyvale, California (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
BMI Imaging Systems, a leading provider of microfilm conversion solutions, document scanning and document management solutions announced today that it will be attending the San Antonio, Texas CDCA conference in June 2013.
Held in San Antonio, Texas, CDCA’s 118th Annual Conference will help fulfill the Association’s purpose to promote professional standards and provide a means for the education of its members regarding the statutory and constitutional duties of the offices of the county clerks and district clerks.
In addition to its document scanning and document management solutions, BMI will be demonstrating its unique Texas microfilm conversion solution, Digital ReeL. Available in Texas and nationwide, the Digital ReeL microfilm scanning solution is ideal for infrequently accessed microfilm archives. Many government agencies and companies nationwide have selected Digital ReeL as their microfilm conversion solution.
About BMI Imaging
BMI has been a leader in microfilm conversion and document management services for over 50 years. BMI offers industry-leading document scanning products from Canon and e-ImageData (ScanPro 2000) and the ApplicationXtender document management product line from EMC Corporation. BMI has developed the Digital ReeL microfilm conversion solution. BMI serves commercial and government agencies throughout the United States and has developed a customer list of more than 2,000 accounts. BMI is headquartered just outside San Francisco in Sunnyvale, California, with an additional production and sales facility in Sacramento, California. http://www.bmiimaging.com.
About BMI's Digital ReeL Microfilm Conversion Solution
Digital ReeL is a practical, affordable Texas microfilm conversion solution that is ideal for infrequently accessed archives. BMI will convert your microfilm (or microfiche) to virtual, digital microfilm rolls at one of our secure facilities. The microfilm conversion service creates a digital, virtual replica of your original microfilm or microfiche. The entire microfilm roll or microfiche is digitally converted, ensuring that no images are lost during the digital microfilm conversion process.
The Digital ReeL Texas microfilm conversion solution includes a web-based viewer that emulates microfilm retrieval from a reader printer. Users retrieve virtual microfilm rolls from a PC workstation, avoiding the hassles that come with physical microfilm and legacy reader printers.