Herman Hollerith developed a method for machines to record and store information on punch cards to be used for the US census in 1890. He later formed the company we know as International Business Machines or IBM. Punch Cards or aperture cards were used to store and retrieve data up until the mid-1960’s. Do you have records currently stored on aperture cards? Why not let Microtek help you protect your stored data by converting to a digital format? Microtek can convert all types of business records, engineering drawings, human resource records, newspapers, medical records, research notebooks, state and local government records and other various documents including all microfilm formats:
• 16mm Microfilm
• 35mm Microfilm
• Aperture Cards
We are specialists in scanning all types microfilm formats and creating digital images to be uploaded into an existing electronic document management system, or simply write the scanned files directly onto DVD’s, CD’s, a USB flash drive, or an external hard drive for as needed viewing and retrieval.
All of our work is guaranteed 100%!
For any questions on scanning services offered by Microtek, please don’t hesitate to contact Mark Sandheinrich or Aaron Liess at 800-264-2808 or 314-872-3322, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to help!