Micrographics Services Vendors
The following vendors meet state standards for microimaging State records and have been reviewed by Maine State Archives (Note: these are not vendors approved by Maine State Purchases):
ACS Government Records Management Division
7030 Fly Road
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Roll film from source documents.
AMS Imaging, Inc.
2670 Warwick Avenue
Warwick, RI 02889
Microfilming from source documents using planetary cameras; scanning; data entry; recycling of imaged records.
County Business Systems, Inc.
1574 Reed Road
Pennington, NJ 08534
Phone: 609 935-0180
Roll film from source documents. Document preparation, data entry, and shredding of source documents after filming also available.
Data Management Internationale’, Inc.
55 Lukens Drive
New Castle, DE 19720
Phone: (302) 656-1151, ext. 43
Roll film from source documents; scanning from source documents; data entry; shredding and recycling of imaged records.
Donnegan Systems, Inc.
8 John Street
Springvale, ME 04083
Phone: 800-222-6311 Ext. 246
Scanning and roll microfilming services, from source documents.
1500 Center Street NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Scanning from source documents followed by output to microfilm. Data entry services available.
Info Quick Solutions, Inc.
7460 Morgan Road
Liverpool, NY 13090
Phone: 315-463-1400, 1-800-320-2617
Roll film from source documents with blip encoding; data entry services available.
Landata Technologies, Inc.
5730 Northwest Parkway, Suite 100
San Antonio, TX 78269
Phone: 210-366-9582, 1-877-526-3282
Roll film from image files.
Maine Microfilm Service
PO Box 1828
Lewiston, ME 04240
Phone (also fax): 207-782-6657
Roll film from source documents; COM (computer output microfiche from magnetic tape).
Micromedia of New England, Inc.
575 University Avenue, Norwood, MA 02062
Roll film from source documents scanning paper to CD-ROM, conversion of computer output (COLD) to CD-ROM.
New England Archives Center
Contact: David Monaco
P.O. Box 470, Holyoke, MA 01040
Roll film from source documents, complete facilities for scanning, indexing, mastering and duplicating CD-ROM media.
Agencies contracting for microfilm output from scanned document images should be aware that the resulting film does not match original source document microfilm in image