This allows us to be very competitive and versatile in most markets. Microfacs provides high quality service with outstanding response times.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 15, 2009
Microfacs Inc., an image and document conversion expert, announces receiving a major contract with Northrop Grumman Corporation. North Grumman Corporation is a major defense contractor that focuses in the aerospace, shipbuilding, electronics and information systems markets. The contract is for digitizing aperture cards that contained schematics and instructions for aircraft. There are over 360,000 aperture cards to be digitized. The cards were old and many in poor conditions; however Microfacs was able to use its latest scanning equipment to produce quality images.
"We have made significant technology investments in our digitizing capability," said Rick Romens, President of Microfacs Inc. "This allows us to be very competitive and versatile in most markets. Microfacs provides high quality service with outstanding response times."
Typical clients of Microfacs are in many different industries: manufacturers, school districts, law offices, local government agencies, insurance companies, financial institutions and more.
The Scanning aperture cards to digital formats insure safe storage and efficient retrieval. Once in an electronic format, a document can virtually be stored forever with out risk of damage or corruption.
Microfacs Inc. is a Minneapolis based, privately owned company founded in 1988. Microfacs specializes in digital conversion of documents and images from an original format to various file types and formats. With its vast inventory of scanning equipment and experienced staff, they can do microfilm scanning, microfiche scanning, and aperture card scanning and convert them to an affordable, digital format. Microfacs also can convert virtually any paper source document or image into a wide variety of outputs.