“GET Imaging has specialized in providing high-volume microfilm, microfiche and aperture card conversion services since 1998. We have converted billions of microform images for Federal, State and local government offices, as well as commercial clients. GET Imaging has won and successfully performed several of the largest document conversion projects ever awarded within the Service Bureau industry. For example, we are currently converting approximately 3 billion images, stored on 200,000 rolls of 16mm microfilm, for the US Department of Treasury in a yearlong project.
GET Imaging’s long term relationship with nextScan has been integral to our success. We have discovered that nextScan products and services are a key component to the successful implementation of most of our largest projects. nextScan scanners have proven to offer fast speeds and unsurpassed image quality in a high volume production setting. nextScan’s innovative software offers low cost alternatives to traditional scanning methods, all while having unique features that are not available with any other vendor in the industry.
nextScan’s management team has been responsive to the needs of GET Imaging and our customer base. nextScan also has a team of highly qualified in-house engineers and developers and they have been instrumental in assisting our company with custom software and workflow requests for our clients. It’s been a pleasure working with the professionals at nextScan”
Greg Regens, President GET Imaging
“We have found the nextScan scanners to be robust, durable and easy to use and clean.”
Michael Pascoe, W & F Pasco Ltd.
“The use of high quality nextScan hardware and software has allowed us to achieve our short term
goals, and has laid the foundation for completion of our long term goals.”
Rose Holley, Australian Newspapers Digitization Program Manager
“We were using another scanner for our film and fiche conversion, but it was really slow,
not user friendly, and not up to the quality standards needed – the setup could take hours to get right. There were even some instances where the scanner could not process at all the poor image quality that came on some of these rolls to be scanned. Not being equipped to process any job is simply not an option. We decided it was time to evaluate the available equipment in the marketplace and we ultimately chose nextScan.”