January 2015 IDI newsletter

//January 2015 IDI newsletter

January 2015 IDI newsletter

Happy New Year from Innovative Document Imaging!

Happy New Year 2015

I want to wish all our Imaging Innovations Newsletter readers a happy and healthy New Year!

Innovative News

IDI is looking forward to another successful year. We will have some changes and starting in January this newsletter will now be sent out the first week of each month.

IDI is moving into a beautiful new facility designed specifically for our workflow (on or about Jan 15). Our phone number will remain the same (732)-613-7170, and our new address is 33 West Ferris Street still in East Brunswick, NJ. Please come visit us for a tour.

The year has started with both Westfield and Waldwick Libraries contracting for our Digi-Find-It web keyword search portal, Westfield for their local newspaper, yearbooks and oral histories and Waldwick for their yearbooks and scrapbooks.

IDI is currently digitally scanning on site projects for Adam Mathews at The Huntington Museum in San Remo, CA at the Library Co of Philadelphia. We will be completing the Gilder Collection conversion at the NY Historical Society this month. This collection contains a copy of the Constitution, The original 13th Amendment, the original Emancipation Proclamation and George Washington’s letters. For those who have not see the ½ hour documentary it is available on the IDI web site and Adam Mathews Publishing Web Sites:

http://www.amdigital.co.uk/m-collections/collection/american-history- 1493-1945/

http://www.digifind-it.com/digifindit/ebtv.php

IDI continues to scan the History of Flight Collection (with seven employees) at the Smithsonian Museum in Chantilly, Va. We are also digitizing a history of crime collection at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA and a portion of the Crime Collection the British Library in London while simultaneously scanning 2.5 million pages of an Arabic Book collection.

IDI Digital Memory Media

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Our Digital Media Memory Division has just completed digitally converting 500 of The City of Rye NY’s local TV station video tapes to MOV files. We also now have the current 2015 list of 2015 Digital Memory Media Fund Raising Events scheduled at the Libraries and Historical Societies listed below. Please check out the Digital Media Memory Web site at www.dmmem.com as you now can place on line orders and ship your media to our facility

 

Digital Memory Media Conversion Sessions 2015
March 28th Lake Hopatcong HS 12:00pm-2:00pm
April 18th O.C. Tuckerton 10:00am-1:00pm
April 18th Parsippany 12:00pm-2:00pm
May 2nd Cliffside Park 11:00am-2:00pm

Thank you for your business.

Warm Regards,

MartyMartin Tannenbaum
Innovative Document Imaging

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