Microfilm Scanning, Microfiche & Book Scanner
Microfilm May Be History – But The Existing Films Are Not Lost Just yet...
Ristech Offers State of the Art Microfiche Scanning Tools, making it easier than ever to preserve special documents and microfilm.
Toronto, Ontario May 26, 2008: Microfilm may be ancient history in today’s world, but many people need a solution for preserving existing microfilm content. Ristech, a company specializing in providing tools for microfilm and microfiche scanning, announced this week that they are releasing several new tools that make it easy to scan and preserve such content.
Thanks to Ristech’s innovations, The Library and Archives Canada was able to convert images at a rate of 0.5 seconds per image, with virtually no effort. Their microfiche scanner makes it easy to convert entire stacks of film at one time and little intervention is needed on the part of the operator. In addition to their microfiche scanning utilities, the company also provides microfilm scanning and book scanning. The company has also worked closely with the Department of Defense in the United States as well as other top companies.
As more companies strive to preserve their important documents, it has become vital to utilize microfilm scanning to ensure that records and archives hold up to the test of time. Their special microfilm scanner completely automates the process, allowing companies to easily covert all of their existing media into digital formats. For publishing companies and archival institutions, the Ristech book scanner has made what was once an arduous task into a very easy and quick one.
“Providing relevant content is a major challenge in today’s website marketing programs” say Robb Richardson, CEO and founder of Ristech Company “by providing automated digitization solutions combined with accurate search tools, Ristech is a major contributor to the preservation & use of information currently housed on microfiche, microfilm and books.” continues Richardson.
About the Company: Ristech is a leading Canadian Distributor of Automated Digitization Technologies. Founded in 1995 Ristech sells and supports the technologies required to convert books, film and paper to digital images. Ristech has worked with Federal and Provincial Governments, major Universities and Libraries, Fortune 500 Companies, as well as the Service Bureau Industry.
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