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A digital-only publication which is currently occasional in frequency although during 2021 we hope to become quarterly and then bi-monthly. ACPi means 'Archiving Conservation & Preservation international'. We cover a broad remit within those sectors but focus mainly on the assessment, capture and archiving of collections, printed ephemera and art.
The wholly digital format allows more flexibility and in-depth articles than print. With amazing functionality available on our publishing partners reading web site (www.issuu.com/intelligenpublishing) we hope to bring a lot to readers from all walks of life and at all levels.
More at www.acpimagazine.com or phone +44 807 580282
The late Jerome F. (Jerry) Crowley, Jr. started the privately-owned firm in 1980 under the name of J. F. Crowley, Inc.
Representing manufacturers in the photographic, graphic arts and micrographic industries, Jerry was successful in hardware and software sales but chaffed against the downtime his equipment spent on the display floor. He decided to put the machines to work when not in demonstration and in 1986, changed the firm name to Crowley Micrographics, with offerings of both hardware/software sales and document conversion services to commercial clients and to federal, state and local governments.
Within a few years, sons Christopher (Chris) and Patrick (Pat) Crowley joined the family business. As the company grew, it continued to diversify with a concentration in the areas of document conversion, reformatting and digital imaging services as a complement to the company’s strong position as a leading provider of document reformatting solutions (hardware/software).
More at www.thecrowleycompany.com or phone +1 240 215-0224
In 1959, a paper broker named Tom Anderson Sr. saw the way companies were storing important data on microfilm, and thought he had a better idea. Paper brokers had all kinds of different clients, and one day at a convention, a rival broker bragged that the 3M Company was using his paper for storing microfilm.
At that time, microfilm was stored using aperture cards – paper cards with space on one side for punch codes to be used in computer sorting, and an opening on the other side for the microfilm itself. But the early cards were simply paper with a hole cut out, leaving the microfilm unprotected and frequently damaged. Anderson saw a pack of cigarettes laying on the table, took off the cellophane wrapper, and used it to cover up the microfilm opening. He had just invented the “suspension-style” aperture card, and the Microseal Corporation was born.
More at www.digitalcheck.com or phone +1 262-673-3476
e-ImageData’s commitment to ongoing research and development has resulted in numerous patented technologies and the ability to provide users with the latest digital advancements. No other equipment on the market can match the ScanPro product line for its proven track record of innovation, performance, and reliability. ScanPro microfilm scanners are designed with the user experience in mind and are exceptionally easy to use. They allow you to work with all microforms, and are backed by a three-year factory warranty. Time and again, ScanPro microfilm scanners are chosen as the equipment of choice for prestigious libraries and corporations worldwide.
All of our certified dealers, as well as our service and training staff, feel personally responsible for each customer’s satisfaction and will do whatever is necessary to ensure that every customer is completely satisfied with his or her ScanPro equipment.
More at www.e-imagedata.com or phone +1 262-673-3476
Eastman Park Micrographics (EPM) was formed in April 2011 upon the purchase of the micrographic business from Eastman Kodak Company. The purchase included the worldwide customer base for equipment, media and service, exclusive worldwide distribution rights for Kodak-manufactured microfilm and ongoing rights to manufacture and sell former branded Kodak micrographics equipment.
In January 2013, EPM and the Agfa-Gevaert Group signed a Worldwide Master Supply Agreement for Imagelink® Microfilm Products to ensure and enhance the supply of micrographic media to our worldwide customers. To better support this new media supply, and our worldwide customers, EPM established a new additional warehouse and logistics facility in Germany.
More at www.epminc.com or phone +1 866 934-4376
Over the last 20 years Genus has expanded into other areas offering Digitisation Services, Digitisation equipment, Service Support, Software solutions and Print. Part of our expansion has included the construction of 3 new digitisation studios and the addition of 15 digitisation and scanning staff. Our studio based in the midlands has been specifically designed for the digitisation of heritage and modern material. All digitisation and storage take place in a humidity and temperature-controlled environment with correct protocols followed to ensure the best possible handling of material. The studio has seen some amazing specialist documents pass through, including Births, Deaths and Marriage registers, WW2 Trench Newspapers, Save the Children Archive, Eighteenth-Century Maps, the whole Archive of a National Theatre, Soldiers Postcards, Royal Navy Diaries, WW1 Letters from the Front, Photo Albums and Police Gazettes.
More at www.genusit.com or phone +44 24 7625-4955
InoTec GmbH Organisationssysteme with seat in Wölfersheim optimizes the business processes of its customers worldwide with highly reliable document scanners “made in Germany”. InoTec scanners are employed in all areas in which large volumes of documents must be scanned productively and reliably, e.g. in the insurance, taxation and healthcare sectors and in logistics. At the heart of the InoTec product line are SCAMAX® scanners of the series 4×3, 6×1 and 8×1. The throughput of the scanners ranges from 90 images simplex to 600 images duplex per minute. InoTec scanners are marketed by system integrators in Germany and also by partners on a global scale. InoTec guarantees worldwide service and is certified according to ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015.
More at http://www.inotec.eu or phone +49 6036 9708 0
The Microfilm Shop manufacturers and distributes the widest range of microfilm and microfiche consumables and equipment available in the world.
Over 60% of the consumables supplied are either manufactured by, or specifically for, The Microfilm Shop. These products include jackets, type M cartridges, ANSI clips, 16mm and 35mm plastic spools plus boxes, chemicals, own-label film, aperture cards, micro fiche panels, metal storage cabinets and fire resistant cabinets. Microfiche Diazo and vesicular film are striped and either supplied on roll or converted to cut micro fiche by an in-plant installation.
Colour is a strategic force at The Microfilm Shop. Microfiche Diazo can be striped in various colours, cabinets, jackets ,cartridges , ANSI clips, and spools can all be supplied in a range of colours.
More at www.microfilm.com or phone +44 24 7625-4955
Micrographics Data was incorporated in 1989 and is a Gebiz registered Singapore company. We are one of South-East Asia leading digital archiving solutions provider for the GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives & museum), Government and Private sector.
We manufacture digital archive writers (digital to microfilm) & digital microfilm deep tank processors, offer professional scanning services for document, books, microfilm and microfilming services from the various digital and direct analogue formats.
We distribute regionally professional high-quality scanners (document, book & microfilm), museum quality conservation equipment, supplies via our online Asia Museum Supplies market place and provide museum integrated pest management (IPM) using our nitrogen anoxia treatment services.
Incorporated in 2002, nextScan established itself to give the microfilm and microfiche conversion market a high performance alternative to existing technologies. Today, nextScan equipment installations can be found in over 45 countries worldwide. nextScan’s innovative patented products are designed and built with simplicity and functionality to increase user production and lower overall costs for scanning film and fiche.
In 2015, nextScan was acquired by Digital Check of Northbrook, IL. Digital Check is the worldwide leader and manufacturer of check scanners for the banking, financial services, POS and small business markets. nextScan partners with ST Imaging, the microfilm scanner division of Digital Check Corporation who has gained a strong reputation and demand for its ST ViewScan 4, a small microform scanner that is efficient, easy to operate, and uses an industry-leading 18 megapixel camera.
More at www.nextscan.com or phone +1 208 514-4000
Plustek Inc., founded in 1986, has become the global imaging solution provider that designs, manufactures, and markets a comprehensive range of document scanners and intelligent process automation technologies to help shape organizations to grow their businesses.
Plustek redefines user experience with data extraction technologies allowing for maximized performance to fuel digital transformation, unleashing the data insights for people whether they are at home, in the office, or on-the-go. Design and manage autonomously with digital platforms enabling solutions and services to be accessible in real-time to help all industries and organizations across their business lifecycles to become more agile and efficient
More at www.plustek.com/gbr or phone +44 1952 210280
ST Imaging is a leading worldwide manufacturer and distributor of microfilm scanners and other micrographic collection scanning solutions. Founded in 1989, the company was acquired in 1999 by Digital Check Corp, a provider of distributed-capture check scanners for the financial industry. In 2004 ST introduced the first digital micrographic system, the ST200 microfilm scanner and viewer, replacing the old reader/printers and changing the way microfilm customers look at and shared film.
In 2010, ST Imaging introduced the next generation ST ViewScan library microfilm scanner. It incorporated the latest camera and software technologies to enhance the viewing and scanning process for patrons while dramatically reducing the size of the scanner.
In June 2013, ST imaging introduced the all new ViewScan II with a bold new look and brand new optics and electronics to deliver the best user experience and images in the industry.
More at www.stimaging.com or phone +1 847 501-3344
With its scanning and microfilm systems, Zeutschel GmbH has played a key role for more than 55 years in the digitisation and digital preservation of valuable documents, both in librarianship and archive management as well as in industrial companies and public administration. The company is the world market leader in book scanners and a trendsetter in the field of microfilm cameras and microfilm scanners.
Now, zeta, Zeutschel's multiple award-winning overhead scanner, brings all the advantages of "scanning from above" into the modern office. It has never been so easy, efficient and eco-friendly to digitally copy pages from books, files or balance sheets.
The range of software products and accompanying services is extensive and supports libraries and archives in building up digital collections in the internet and in the realisation of digital services.
More at www.zeutschel.com or phone +49 7071 97060