ORS Group is equipped with the latest high volume, high speed document scanners – perfect for document archive scanning. This means we can accommodate large volume document archives with an impressive turnaround time and without compromising on accuracy or security.
Archive Scanning Service Overview
Our archive scanning services are available at our Head Quarters in Hampshire. Regardless of your location we can scan your document archive often referred to as “back scanning”. Archive scanning projects normally involve the collection of the archive either in one collection or gradually over a period of time. Our expert team will initially asses the size of your archive and then work out the best way to progress the project.
Archive scanning projects often mean the collection of boxes and files from numerous locations including visiting off site storage companies or warehouses. This is quite normal and our team will plan your project collections in the most efficient manner possible. Once the documents have been scanned, most customers choose to have them destroyed, shredded and recycled. At the end of this process we provide a certificate of destruction to give you that peace of mind that your data is 100% secure. If you’d rather take them back that’s fine, but most people are looking to free up space so this option is rarely used.
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The Latest Archive Scanning Equipment
Due to the sheer volumes of documents we process during an archive scan our choice of hardware is often different to that used in our smaller scanning jobs. At ORS Group we are equipped with the very latest high volume scanners from ibml. These scanners look and perform very differently to the type of scanner most people will be familiar with. Most importantly there is no sacrifice in quality, but they do allow us to scan much larger batches of documents in a more efficient way.
The ibml range of ImageTrac 6000 series scanners are designed for ultra high volume applications and capable of 286-429 ppm.