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File Types - Document Scanning Tips And Tricks | eRecordsUSA

Jan 15th 2021 | Posted By: redblink

Are you looking for a company providing digital scanning services to help you become a paperless company?

If so, you must consider document scanning as the primary task to convert your data in digital format.

Most of us are unaware of the file systems and other technical formalities that need to be taken care during scanning.

Also, the companies are looking for eco-friendly ways by limiting the resources in creating scanned copy of the documents.

Let me ask you few question before you dig in this article to know more about digitizing document scanning services.

Are you looking for Fast –Track digital documentation? Have you set your goals to go for digital documentation on cloud? Are you aware of the benefits of Digital documentation? Are you maintaining a heavy inventory of files or treasure of books that needs to be converted in a digital format?

In this post, you will get know about the document scanning...

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What Are the Simplest Ways to Digitize Paper Documents

Nov 3rd 2020 | Posted By: redblink

The meeting is over, and you are sitting at your desk, staring at a handout you received from a co-worker or supervisor.

The question that confronts you is, “should I save this?”

Why do we need to digitize Paper documents?

Perhaps you’ll need it for other meetings or assignments. Perhaps you’ll remember it at some future point and wonder what became of it.

Perhaps you’re wasting too much time worrying about what to do with it, and it should be dumped in the trash immediately.

At the back of your mind is the problematic old business proverb: “Only handle a piece of paper once.” 

The importance of those questions recedes in importance if you have a dependable, easily accessible, reliably indexed method of digitizing your paper documents.

You don’t have to worry about keeping any piece of paper that you’ve stored in the cloud or on your hard drive and...

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Why You Should Consider Digitizing Your Records For Electronic Retention?

Oct 17th 2020 | Posted By: redblink

Electronic Records Management (ERM) ensures your organization has the records it needs when they are needed.Records management is primarily concerned with the evidence of an organization’s activities, and is usually applied according to the value of the records rather than their physical format.

History of Record Retention & Document Scanning

What a relief it must’ve been for office workers in Manz, Germany, in 1450 when Johannes Gutenberg finally built a commercially viable printing press. Until then, scribes who copied books and important documents checked their work by counting the number of letters on a page, which had to match exactly the number of letters on the page from which they were copying.

After the invention of Gutenberg’s press, the number of books, pamphlets, and written documents skyrocketed. It’s estimated that, prior to the invention of the press, all the books in the world could have easily fit inside a...

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What is Average Document Scanning Project Price?

Oct 9th 2020 | Posted By: redblink

Paper piles up. It takes up space. It is heavy and has to have ideal storage conditions. Even when they are in the form of books, searching through pages of paper is a cumbersome, frustrating task. There are long-term difficulties associated with storing paper as well.

For instance, paper is flammable. Many family records were lost during the Civil War because courthouses, which kept important records in books made of paper, were burned. Paper is also subject to destruction by water and mold. 

Consider the idea of looking up the answer to a question you might have, for instance—”when was paper first use for writing”—in a 1990s library (full of books, but no Internet).

How long would that take? How would you go about it?

Now, consider going online and typing that same question into an Internet search engine.

How long would it take to get an answer? 

Clearly, storing documents, records, and information in...

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Scan Archival, Rare & Fragile, Historical Documents

Jul 19th 2020 | Posted By: PANKAJ SHARMA

With over a decade of experience, variety of professional digitizing equipment to handle any type of books or documents, eRecordsUSA is a local San Francisco Bay Area, California small business, specialized in handling digitization project of various Archival, Rare, Fragile, Historical Document Scanning, with capacity and capability to handle projects of any any size and complexity.

Historical Archive Scanning

eRecordsUSA, has been digitizing, such archival, rare materials for libraries, schools, universities, individuals, corporations, publishers, collectors, local city, county, and state government & organizations for over a decade. Our archival rare fragile book document scanning delivers digitization services to other imaging companies as a back end service provider.

We are the real deal ! Historical Archive Scanning includes hand written letters, post cards, books, journals, documents, drawings, artwork, maps, blueprints,...

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Large Scale Document Scanning - Digitize All Paper Records

May 28th 2020 | Posted By: eRecordsUSA

Large Scale Document Scanning to Protect Vital Information from Loss

Protect hardcopy paper documents from degradation, destruction, and loss with our large-format document scanning service. Learn more about how eRecordsUSA can protect your documents.

Businesses and organizations thrive on data but safeguarding that information can be challenging. This is particularly true if you’re still storing information in hardcopy format. Our large scale document scanning service offers the protection and peace of mind you need.

Our Experience and Capabilities

 

Our team has decades of experience handling large scale document scanning and digitization. We can handle any type of documents you might have, from standard 8 x 11 papers to large format documents to historical information and more. Also See – Large Format Scanning services

Our Technology

At eRecordsUSA, we employ only the most advanced scanners for document scanning. Our facility is...

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What to Do When You Need Archival Record Digitization Services

Aug 17th 2018 | Posted By: Webmaster

Archival records are amazingly diverse in terms of their variety and types. You can find books and ledgers, postcards, posters, images, documents and so much more within any collection of archival records, and not all of these items need to be part of a permanent, physical collection. Records are some of the most common in this group, and if you struggle with an enormous range of paper records, archival record digitization services are a good option.

What these services can do is to turn those reams of paper records into easily accessed and searchable digital archives. As an example, you may have a decade’s worth of newsletters from a specific organization or paper registrations for something as mundane as dog licenses. The physical records are of no actual value, and so you can opt to use archival record digitization services to have such items scanned and then stored to the...

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Learn About the Best Way to Scan and Store Documents

Jul 30th 2018 | Posted By: Webmaster

Whether you are looking at a number of filing cabinets or shelves packed with file boxes, or you have historical or archival documents that need to be dealt with, it is likely that you are also wondering about the best way to scan and store documents. This is a good thing to consider, and there really is only a single answer.

The best way to scan and store documents is to have the scanning done by professionals, and then the storage managed in a cloud-based server or in an encrypted media that only you can access. It does not matter if you have hundreds or thousands of pages to scan or a moderate collection of historical materials, the answer is the same.

Why? It is because few consumers have the equipment needed to do fast and high-resolution scans of documents of any size. Most don’t have the time either. After all, even if you could rapidly...

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HR / Human Resource Document Scanning

Jun 28th 2018 | Posted By: Webmaster

Ensure Compliance and Boost Productivity with HR Document Management

Struggling with efficiency? Need to maintain compliance? HR documents scanning can reduce waste, improve productivity, and improve your business.

How efficient is your business? How much paper waste is generated in your HR department? If yours is like most other businesses, these are significant challenges. Our HR documents scanning service helps improve efficiency, increase organization, decrease waste, and achieve other mission-critical goals. From small businesses to Fortune 500 firms, we’ve worked with clients large and small to achieve vital improvements.

Anyone involved in business knows that paperwork can feel endless. The field known as human resources is particularly vulnerable to floods of paperwork because of the many different forms, applications, permissions and other items the work generates. Because most of the forms have to be retained during (and often...

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The Benefits of Insurance Document Scanning Services

Jun 21st 2018 | Posted By: Webmaster

INSURANCE DOCUMENT SCANNING SERVICES

Insurance firms of any size and variety are also often required to store an ever-increasing number of client files. The policies, applications and all supporting documents can add up quickly for just one client, and when that is multiplied by the hundreds of thousands, it can become incredibly costly. After all, where do you keep all of the paperwork? This is why an insurance document scanning service is an ideal resource.

Though the immediate benefits of an insurance document scanning service are obvious – i.e. the elimination of thousands upon thousands of pages of documentation, there is more to the story. After all, it is not just keeping digital photo copies of the documents on hand. It is also about the options for additional materials. For instance, an insurance file might need medical records, photos, x-rays and more. That means a premium...

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