Digital Imaging Services

Law firms, banks, hospitals, schools, corporations, utilities and other organizations often have significant volumes of old documents stored on a variety of incompatible and outdated media—or they have a steady flow of business-critical documents that must be scanned, organized and indexed in a secure environment. Rothwell Digital Imaging Services provide a cost-effective resource for organizations looking to efficiently manage large volumes of hardcopy documents.

What business issues does Digital Imaging Services address?

  • Provides a cost-effective resource for scanning documents ranging from receipts to oversized CAD drawings to digitizing of roll film, microfiche, and aperture cards.
  • Converts hardcopy documents and information residing on archaic media to digital files and stores them on the customer’s choice of new media.
  • Assigns experienced project managers to every engagement to ensure timely and cost-effective completion of work.
  • Ensures complete document security and project confidentiality through the use of audit trails, background checks and a variety of logical and physical security systems.
  • Provides customers with a choice of on-site or remote scanning in order to align with the organization’s operating procedures and security requirements.

What are the benefits of Digital Imaging Services?

  • Enables your organization to outsource the labor-intensive—and often complex—task of converting large volumes of hardcopy documents to digital files.
  • Allows your organization to focus on core business activities, unburden internal resources and minimize headcount.
  • Provides organizations with fast, easy access to documents and intellectual capital that can be used for innovation or customer service processes.
  • Improves competitiveness and responsiveness to your clients’ needs.
  • Provides a highly secure backup and recovery system in the event documents are destroyed or stolen.
  • Provides an easy-to-search archive for audits and other compliance-related activities.

What types of Digital Imaging Services are available?

  • Back-File and Day-Forward Scanning
  • Microfilm, Microfiche and Aperture Card Scanning
  • Legacy System Scanning and Conversions
  • Media-to-Media Conversions
  • Indexing and Post-Scan Processing