Image Access Corp. Announces Strategic Partnership with e-ImageData


ROCKLEIGH, N.J., April 24, 2018—Expanding its dedication to providing world class content capture and process automation solutions, Image Access Corp. is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with e-ImageData Corporation. This partnership will bring Image Access Corporation the ability to sell the ScanPro® i9300 to its customers in North America that utilize microfilm automation technology.

Customers rely on Image Access Corp. to assist them in complex digital conversion projects as they move many of their legacy ECM applications and repositories to new CCM (cloud content providers) like Box, Share Point, DropBox and Salesforce. In addition to digital based content many customers are also looking to convert their analog content (source paper documents and microfilm/ microfiche to these new repositories). Once digitized, clients can more easily extract the metadata that is locked in the paper documents and microforms. That data is the fuel for the new AI based Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solutions that customers are looking to implement.

We believe the ScanPro i9300 is unique in that the unit performs exceptionally well as a day to day microform scanner. The ScanPro i9300 is also very productive when our customers are looking to convert entire microform libraries. “We are very excited to work with e-ImageData. Their products will provide a huge value add to customers that have been looking for a next generation microfilm solution,” said Paul Leake, Image Access Corp.

“By partnering with Image Access Corp., we are helping to offer a solution by providing the best micrographic equipment on the market today,” said James Westoby, President, e-ImageData. “Combining our product with Image Access’ clientele base means we can extend the reach of our most advanced technology throughout the U.S.”

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