microMEDIA successfully completed a major conversion for the U.S. General Services Administration. Approximately 12 million images from 15 different departments were imaged and indexed onsite in Manhattan.
The Army National Guard completed a conversion of 3 million images of Personnel Files, Payroll Records, General Awards, Orders and Unit Orders. There was a combination of Paper, Microfilm and Microfiche records. Images of the original documents were converted into Adobe PDF format and are available through full-text search.
The Masonic Hall and Home employed microMEDIA to digitize hundreds of thousands of cards containing detailed membership information dating back to the early 1900’s.
The Secretary of the Navy selected microMEDIA to scan decades of Awards that were earned by servicemen and women. Images of the original documents were converted into Adobe PDF format and are available in full-text search.
More and more companies and governmental agencies are converting their legacy micrographic media through microMEDIA. Recent projects have included military records, historical newspapers, medical records, pension records, student transcripts and donor/development files.
microMEDIA has embarked on several projects to convert paper-based Human Resouce files to digital files. Clients are located in California, Idaho, New Hampshire and New York. Outsourcing HR scanning permits confidentiality of employee information from access by internal staff.
New England Water Works Association engaged microMEDIA to convert journals and technical reports to improve the quality of drinking water and water utility operations. Many of the bound volumes dating back to 1886 were extremely fragile.
Dartmouth College, founded in 1769, is converting thousands of facilities drawings for buildings that date back over 100 years. microMEDIA uses Dartmouth’s comprehensive indexing produce Adobe PDF files that will be interim to storage in a campus-wide data management system.