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Document Services

Document Management & Vector Conversion


Electronic Document Management

Once scanned, hard copy documents can be placed on a CD, DVD, USB or hard-drive, and saved in an organized electronic database.

Portability – Between 12,000 and 15,000 of 8.5″ x 11″ black and white pages can be placed on a single disk. This is the equivalent to approximately 6 file boxes of documents.

Accessibility – Once documents are saved digitally, you have access to all digital documents from virtually anywhere, 24/7. No more wasting days waiting for someone in a warehouse to pull your information and ship it to your office.

Cost Effective – Printing additional copies of your digital files is a fraction of the cost and time of making additional paper copies. And keeping information stored electronically means you can say farewell to warehouse and retrieval fees forever.

Time Efficient – Imagine having access to thousands of documents at the click of a button. Scanning means not having to look through boxes for lost or misplaced documents. Get busy finding new business rather than searching through old business.

Vector Conversion

Do you have hard copy drawings from a project designed before CAD that you need to work on during a current expansion? Don’t bother redrawing them! We can take those hard copy drawings and convert to the format of your choice including AutoCAD DWG, Microstation DGN, or Solid Works. Converted drawings are multi-layered, accurate, and to scale.

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