COR365® Information Solutions, a leading, NC-based records and information management service provider recently announced the installation of their newly upgraded modular scanner, the Apollo ScanFlo Professional. The addition of this technology enables the company to provide their current microfilm and microfiche conversion services at an all new level of efficiency. —
“With the recent upgrade of our microform conversion hardware and software, we are able to convert microfiche and microfilm faster than ever before,” said Russell Atkins, the digital services manager at COR365 Information Solutions. “This allows us to be much more efficient during the conversion process, which, in turn, allows us to pass on exciting savings and cost-friendly advantages to our clients.”
The new Apollo functions as a 3-in-1 scanner, and features a Nikon 60mm lens. Boasting an updated and secure Windows operating system, an Intel i5 processor, and higher system memory capacity, the Apollo is a powerful machine. COR365’s team will take advantage of high definition 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 24” view of every step of the conversion process to ensure quality image capture. Additionally, with the Apollo’s newly expanded optical zoom, COR365’s conversion specialists are equipped to handle even the smallest details.
“One of the biggest benefits from the upgrade,” Mr. Atkins added, “is that we can now provide the converted film back in a “ribbon” format. This allows the client to scroll horizontally through the images as if they were looking at the images on a traditional microfilm viewer.”
With this new upgrade, COR365 is able to keep expanding their umbrella of services, and investing in the information management solutions offered to businesses and organizations across the Southeast. Additional information regarding COR365 and available services can be found at https://www.cor365.com.
About COR365 Information Solutions:
COR365® Information Solutions has built one of the largest privately-owned information management operations in the industry, offering both standard and climate-controlled file storage, tape vaulting, shredding, document imaging/scanning (including scan-on-demand services), data entry, Internet-accessible image/document storage (ECM), and information governance consulting. The company maintains more than a million cubic feet of stored inventory for more than 800 clients, manages more than 900,000 file boxes and 110,000 electronic backup tapes, and shreds more than 100 tons of paper monthly.
COR365 offers: expert policy support to help clients develop information management protocols and comply with ever-changing government regulations and internal practices and policies, seamless service through facilities in Charlotte, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem and the greater Raleigh/Triangle area, multinational coverage through the National Records Centers, an alliance of companies and agencies in 40 states and 130 major markets across North America, Central America and Europe, computerized inventory management with online access from any desktop, around-the-clock security monitoring and fire control for maximum protection, and professional courier services for convenient pickup and delivery 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
Name: Russell Atkins
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Organization: COR365 Information Solutions
Address: 3302 Old Lexington Road Winston-Salem, NC 27107
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