Wall of Record_Boxes
Paper Files
16MM Film Roll
Large Format Drawing Rolls
Large Format

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CMC iMaging has been converting files since 1972.
Today there are 3 common types of conversion:

‘Physical Conversions’ are from things you can touch. Items such as paper, drawings, microfilm, microfiche, jackets, index cards, and others. Conversion allows specific users to search for records across a network at the same time. It eliminates the tedious hours of time searching for images using a reader.

‘Digital Conversions’ are from files already in an unwanted digital form. Files such as TIF, JPG, PGN, BMP, PDF, and others converted to the desired format.
‘Legacy Conversions’ are for those older systems, required to access for reference. A library of documents taken from older systems eliminates the need to maintain them. Accounting, HR, and other datasets are output to indexed files and stored for reference. 
Instead of using out-of-date software, access is thru an Open Library System. This allows all types of reference information to live in a single system. Users find one system easier to train on, easier to search. Reducing the number of systems to learn, maintain and upgrade reduces cost.
Where needed, Digital images are directly printed onto microfilm for archiving.

Physical Conversions

Digital Conversions

  • Business sized paper
  • Large drawings under 52″
  • Microfilm
  • COM (Computer Output Microfilm)
  • Microfiche
  • Microfiche Jackets
  • Step & Repeat Film

Many digital formats most common list below:

  • Image Formats ie: TIF, JPG
  • Document PDF, WORD, EXCEL
  • Vector Formats ie: PNG, SVG

Legacy Systems:

  • Accounting ie Quickbooks, Navision
  • DMS ie: File Net, Laserfiche
  • Enterprise ie: SAP, SQL, Access
  • Specialized Software

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Output into common formats

Document Formats

  • Adobe PDF, PDF-A
  • JPG, PNG

System Formats

  • Docuware
  • LaserFiehe
  •  Epic
  • Concordance
  • Integrations to Legacy ie: SAP

Physical Formats

  • 16mm Microfilm
  • 35MM Microfilm

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