Microfilm and microfiche are used in many organizations’ document management and archiving processes. As one of the few micrographic imaging companies on the East Coast, we help you with just about any microfilm and microfiche-related scanning and conversion project. Rest easy knowing that your important records are managed by Didlake Imaging’s experienced microfilm processing team.Get a Free Sample Scan
Microfilm & Microfiche Scanning Services
Why Should I Convert Microfiche & Microfilm into Digital Files?
In today’s digital age, data storage for microfilm and microfiche are obsolete. If you want to update your archive with today’s latest technology, scanning film into digital files is the next step.
Despite claims that microfilm and microfiche have a shelf life of over 500 years, these media types can decay even when stored in climate-controlled environments. If you notice a vinegary smell, brittle texture or stickiness to your media types, you need to take action to preserve your files.
Converting microfilm and microfiche to digital files can bring you valuable benefits including:
- Increased Efficiency
- More Physical Space
- OCR Searchability
- Improved Document Control
- Increased Business Continuity
The Datamation Conversion Process
Archiving Your Records Into the Cloud
Archiving your records into the cloud is a must for all companies looking to protect and preserve sensitive data. Storing scanned data from microfilm and microfiche can keep your business operating if film rolls are ever damaged.
We guarantee high quality digitization and give you access to your files in our secure Microsoft Azure Cloud. When it’s time to move your legacy microfilm into an electronic document management system (DMS), your scanned data can be imported and integrated into the DMS.
Your secure information repository can free up space and provide you with accurate indexes of files for you to retrieve at peak efficiency.
Types of Film we Scan
- 16MM and 35MM roll microfilm
- 105MM microfiche
- Microfilm jackets
- Diazo duplicate microfiche
- Aperture cards
- COM microfiche
- Archive writer film
The Didlake Difference
Over 20 Years of Digitizing
For over 20 years, Didlake Imaging has created clear, legible, accurate and complete final replications. Our quality document preparation and scanning traces its roots back to microfilm and is trusted by government entities and corporations across Northern Virginia and Washington D.C.
Trusted for Quality & Privacy
Our highly skilled technicians are trained to follow Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other privacy regulations and procedures. Our secure scanning facility has restricted access with a strict chain of custody to ensure your data is protected.
Digitized with Care
We use the highest-quality industry standard scanning technology for file conversion. Every item you send us is converted by hand at our facilities. If your papers are dog-earred, stapled or torn, we take the time to prepare your documents for a flawless final product.
Scanning that Matters
When you scan with Didlake Imaging, you make a difference. We provide people with disabilities enriching employment opportunities that integrate them into the workforce and our communities.
Document Preparation Services
Separate files, remove staples and paper clips, fix tears and dog ears, and secure sticky notes and loose papers.
Document Scanning Services
Physical files are directly scanned to digitally indexed files stored on a secure server.
Optical Character Recognition
Provides you full searching capability of digital documents.
Turn your information captured on forms into usable data.
Back-File Document Conversion
Scan and index existing documents, microfilm and microfiche to a searchable digital archive.
Day-Forward Document Scanning
Scan, index and store new documents as a part of your normal business workflow.
Cloud Storage Solutions
Store files in secure cloud storage. We deliver your scanned documents to you through Microsoft Azure’s secure cloud. Other delivery options include flash drive storage, external hard drives, and optical media (DVDs.)