Microfilm & Micro Fiche Conversion

Digital archiving services are becoming the industry standard for document preservation. However, for a large part of the 20th century, microfilm and microfiche were used to archive documents. It’s rare to find the equipment that allows you to read these materials. As the years go by, these materials are in danger of deteriorating, and all of that data could be lost. Digital imaging produces a much more efficient archive process. As microfilm and microfiche readers are used less and less, companies, universities, and government departments are converting them to a digital format that requires no physical formatting system.

ScanBox has the equipment and knowledge needed to convert documents contained on microfilm and microfiche. Through digital attributization, we can create easily searchable images and data that anyone can access without specialized equipment.

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