Aperture Card Scanning London

Many businesses who have drawings stored on aperture cards are looking for ways to modernise their archives. Converting aperture cards to digital formats, such as PDF or TIFF is a fast and efficient way to keep up with the times and increase productivity.

Scanning aperture cards and converting them to digital images has many advantages. Firstly, you will eliminate the need for a reader-printer, a piece of equipment which is out of date and single purpose. You will also have access to your files anywhere, anytime from a variety of devices. The benefits of electronic document storage are endless, as don’t forget it’s also a safer way to store important documents, giving a reliable back-up.

Clients Requiring Aperture Card Scanning

Film media can deteriorate over time, meaning critical information can be lost. We’ve helped lots of different types of businesses safeguard their aperture card files, including:

  • Manufacturers
  • Architects
  • Engineers

Why Choose Pearl Scan?

Pearl Scan has the ability to convert aperture cards into digital formats nationwide. For over a decade, we’ve been working with some of the UK’s most reputable companies and organisations. We also have the capability to work with small or large scale bulk scanning projects, so whether you have just one aperture card or a national archive, we can assist.

In addition to scanning the aperture cards, we also offer an electronic storage software to help you store and retrieve your new digital files. Halogen, our free document management software, is offered to all of our clients to help you make the most of our scanning service.

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